An artistic exhibition of Dai Wei is currently on display at Hall 1 since August 17 to August 24. The exhibition comprises a host of more than 160 works created in the past half a century, and reflects the creation process of regarding inheritance and development as integrity. The exhibits include mainly the traditional Chinese painting along with calligraphic works, seal cutting, seal cutting, and manuscripts of illustrations for literary classics in the early time and related documents.
Dai Wei is a painter with a Chinese manner. He believes in put his own art rooted in the splendid culture based on the tradition. The artist has always strived to seek the balance between the principle, the regulation and the free expression and the harmonious combination between the design in advance and the chance. Therefore, the exhibits reflect profound traditional skills and unique personality and modern awareness.
Born in 1943 in Chengdu, capital of Sichuan, Dai Wei is member of the Chinese Artists Association and national Class-A artist. He went to Academy of Chinese Painting in 1982 for further study from Li Keran, Cai Ruohong, Ye Qianyu and Huang Zhou.