Sports-themed exhibition embraces Beijing 2022

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Organized by China Media Group (CMG) and the National Art Museum of China (NAMOC), the “Embracing Olympics, Beauty in the Dreams” exhibition kicked off at the NAMOC on Jan. 7, 2022. The exhibition celebrates the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics. Comprising of two parts, “Dreams and Endeavors” and “Admiration and Competition,” the exhibition displays more than 160 pieces of artwork.

Sports-themed exhibition embraces Beijing 2022

A sculpture of Baronn Pierre de Coubertin, known as the “father of the modern Olympic Games,” was created by Wu Weishan, the curator of NAMOC. [Photo courtesy of NAMOC]

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Sports-themed exhibition embraces Beijing 2022
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