Beijing: For the past two years, Shanghai Art Museum has been leading the charge in the art world with the release of a list of the top 10 most important art shows in China, and the list is expanding every year.
The Shanghai Art Exhibition in March saw the release the list of “Top Ten Most Important” shows in the world, and in June, the list was released as a compilation of all shows in Shanghai.
Art world experts have been keeping an eye on this year’s list, and they say the Chinese art scene is the most exciting yet.
“China is still the biggest art market in the whole world, so it has to be very exciting,” says Ma Xiaowei, director of Shanghai’s Shanghai Art School, which organizes the Shanghai Art Show.
“The art scene in China is really fast, and so the quality of the art is very good, so the top shows will be very good.”
China has a long history of art-making.
In 1851, the first museum opened in Shanghai, which is also the first city in China to have its own language and government.
The Chinese were among the first people to start making art in China.
China also hosted the first international exhibitions in Europe, the United States and Japan.
After the war, the Chinese government closed the country’s art galleries and museums, but it has since reopened the countrys art scene.
Art has become a key component of Chinese life in recent years, with the government funding a growing number of Chinese art schools, museums, theaters and other cultural institutions.
“There is a lot of enthusiasm in the arts for China, so they are eager to create something new and different,” says Zhu Liqun, a director of the Beijing Art Museum.
China has been one of the fastest-growing markets for art in the developed world in recent decades, as well as the second-largest overall market for art.
The country has become the world’s leading producer of art, with an estimated 7.5 billion works of art.
It also has a strong cultural identity, with its distinctive culture, language and religion.
“Art is the heart and soul of Chinese culture, and Chinese art is unique in its ability to inspire,” says Hu Jie, director at Shanghai’s China Academy of Fine Arts.
“China has never been the first country to have an art museum or a cultural center, so we are really happy to see the art scene really flourish.”