To celebrate its move to a larger space in Lower Manhattan, the China Institute will stage an inaugural exhibition focusing on one of the liveliest and most influential periods in all of Chinese art history. The third to fifth centuries in China marked a period of political upheaval and civil discord, resulting in dynamic works from artists affected by their environment during this time. On display will be ceramics, paintings, sculptures and calligraphy—all of which greatly influenced how Chinese art would be defined in centuries to come. For more information, visit chinainstitute.org.
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Courtesy, Nanjing Municipal Museum