Bi Guanliang

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Bi Guanliang, who studied in the studio of Du Dakai, the doctoral supervisor of the Academy of Fine Arts of Tsinghua University, and the studio of Long Rui of the Chinese National Academy of Painting, is a national-level artist, a tutor of the senior research class of the Academy of Fine Arts of Tsinghua University, a tutor of Bi Guanliang’s studio of the Academy of Fine Arts of the Renmin University of China, a visiting professor of the Sichuan Institute of Culture and Arts, an academic member and senior examiner of the Art Examination Committee of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, a member of the Academy of Chinese Landscape Painting, and a director of the Art Committee. He is currently the Honorary Chairman of the A & C Culture Center in New York and the Vice Chairman of the Chinese Artists Association of America. His works have been collected by professional institutions such as the Chinese Artists Association, the Chinese Painting Society, the Chinese National Academy of Painting, and other state organs such as the Great Hall of the People, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Ministry of Culture, etc. He has published several personal albums and many professional theoretical articles. In 2018, he moved to the United States as a distinguished artist and has held art exchanges and solo exhibitions at the Zoller Gallery of Pennsylvania State University, the Hudson Center for the Arts in New York, the Hudson Museum of History, and the Wappinger City Hall in New York State, and in June 2019, he was invited by the Round Gallery of the Adriance Memorial Library, the oldest tax-supported library in New York State and the third oldest library in the United States A two-month solo exhibition of his works was held, and two of his works were collected by the gallery and put on permanent display. in December 2019, his work “Rainy Meaning in the Loess Plateau” was selected for the 13th National Exhibition of Fine Arts of the People’s Republic of China.

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