On the 5th of June, 2013 the Blue Hall of the Russian Art Academy Museum will host the grand opening of the exhibition dedicated to the oeuvre of the Chinese artist Lin Yue. The highlights of the exhibition are works depicting the Tibetan Mastiff.
The exhibition coincides with the visit to Russia of a Chinese delegation of intellectuals from the Peoples Republic of China. In the context of this visit there will be a number of meetings and cultural events featuring Chinese and Russian representations from art and culture.
Lin Yue was born in 1961. In 1987 he graduated from the Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts. At the present time the artist is deputy of the head of the Sichuan Association of the Artists.
In his homeland as in the worlds community Lin Yue is most famous as the best oriental master of paintings of the Tibetan Mastiff. His main themes are the beautiful landscapes of the western part of China and the habits of the Tibetan Mastiff, a breed that originates from the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and is considered to be one of the oldest precious breeds in the world.
The art of Lin Yue not only demonstrates the spiritual power and artistic skills of the master but also draw the worlds attention to Chinese contemporary art. Due to the numerous exchange exhibitions featuring works of Lin Yue Chinese art became more popular worldwide. After its Beijing debut, Lin's solo exhibition travels to Paris, New York and London.
The exhibition in the halls of the Art Academy Museum will display Lin Yues works devoted to the rare dog breed Tibetan Mastiff a symbol of strength, defense, friend and love. All of the works are perfect examples of the national Chinese art tradition and of Lin Yues excellent technical skills. This exhibition could also be considered as a tour of a friendship between two nations and their cultural traditions.
The exhibition will be open until the 9th of June, 2013.