09:30 to 10:30
Level 1, 151 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Professor Qiu Zhengzhong, Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, explores the highly sophisticated Chinese art form: calligraphy and its relations to ink and wash paintings. This talk will focus on his examination of calligraphic history on philosophy and concepts. His gaze pierces the veil of external phenomena of calligraphy to reach its very essence.
(The talk will be delivered in Mandarin and translated into English)
About Qiu Zhenzhong
Qiu Zhenzhong was born in Nanchang in 1947. He is a contemporary artist, calligrapher, poet, and art theorist. At the same time, he is a professor of CAFA, doctoral supervisor, Director of the Center for Comparative Study on Chinese Calligraphy and Painting, a member of the Experts Committee at the National Art Museum of China, one of the directors of Chinese Calligraphers Association, the deputy director of the Academic Committee.