Recently, Wu Weishan, curator of the China Art Museum, talked about the issue of "clocking in" and "taking photos" in the online Red exhibition. In his view, taking photos is the starting point of cultivating the public's feelings for the museum.
Members of the National Committee of the Chinese people's Political Consultative ConferenceWu Weishan, director of the China Art Museum, believes that it is a good thing for the audience to take photos in museums and art museums. It takes time to appreciate beauty, and taking photos is the starting point to cultivate the public's feelings for museums and art museums. Museums and art museums should provide good services to guide the public to love and understand exhibitions.
Wu Weishan also encouraged parents to take their children to the art museum actively, so as to cultivate children's artistic atmosphere and enhance their understanding and appreciation of beauty.
Information shows that the China Art Museum is located in Wusi street, Dongcheng District, Beijing. Founded in 1958, it is one of the top ten buildings in the 10th anniversary of the founding of the people's Republic of China. It covers an area of more than 30000 square meters, with a building area of 17051 square meters and an exhibition hall area of 6000 square meters.
The main building of China Art Museum is an antique attic style, with a large yellow glazed tile roof, surrounded by corridors and pavilions. It has a distinctive national architectural style. It is a National Museum of plastic arts focusing on the collection, research and display of works of modern Chinese artists.
It is reported that the China Art Museum has a collection of more than 100000 pieces of modern art works and folk art works, mainly from the period before and after the founding of new China, as well as the masterpieces of artists in the early national period, the Qing Dynasty and the late Ming Dynasty. Among them, Qi Baishi alone has 410 pieces.