Anthony Waichulis featured in Historic Contemporary American Realism Exhibit in China

Opening on September 14, 2012, the Beijing World Art Museum will host the first major exhibit of American Realism in China. This exhibit of
100 paintings by 49 American artists will travel to 6 cities in China. This will be the first tour of Contemporary American Realism in China,
and marks an important moment in the resurgent field of realist painting. The China museum tour will open at the Beijing World Art Museum
on September 14, 2012, and travel to Dalien, Tianjin, Wuhan, Hangzhou, and Shanghai. The expected total museum attendance for this tour
is over one million people, over a period of 16 months. All participating American artists are members of ACOPAL. ACOPAL is a league of
artists whose mission is to build a creative and philosophic exchange between realist painters in the United States and China. This non-profit
organization was created in 2010 with the purpose of creating dialogue and exhibition opportunities, and to enhance artistic education to
meet the growing interest in traditional painting in both countries. For information about the ACOPAL and the artists: ACOPAL.org

The Museum tour schedule is as follows:
Beijing World Art Museum Sep.15,2012- Nov. 04, 2012. (No. 9A Fuxing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100038, China)
Dalian Modern Museum Nov.14,2012- Jan.13,2013. (No. 10 Huizhan Road, Shahekou District, Dalian, Liaoning Province, 116023, China)
Tianjin Art Museum Jan.23,2013- Mar.20,2013. (Pingjiang Road, Hexi District, Tianjin, 300201, China)
Hubei Provincial Museum Apr.01,2013- May 26, 2013. (No. 156 Wuchang East Road, Wuhan, Hubei Province, 430077, China)
Zhejiang Provincial Museum Jun.03,2013- Jul 21, 2013. (No. 25 Gushan Road, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, 310007, China)
Shanghai Chinese Arts Palace Jul. 30,2013- Oct.30 ,2013. (Shanghai World Expo China Pavilion)

Full list of Participating Artists:
Steve Assael, Warren Chang, Jacob Collins, Tony Curanaj, Gabriella Dellosso, Jon DeMartin, Teresa Elliott, Gary T. Erbe, Peter Fiore, Nanette
Fluhr, Max Ginsberg, David Gluck, Gary Godbee, Daniel E. Greene, Michael Grimaldi, Benat Inglesias, Michael Klein, Maria Kreyn, Joshua
LaRock, Jeffrey T. Larson, David A. Leffel, Kate Lehman, Steven Levin, Robert Liberace, Jeremy Lipking, Paul McCormack, Sherrie McGraw,
Edward Minoff, Greg Mortenson, Katie O’Hagan, Paul Oxborough, Graydon Parrish, Charles Pfahl, Tony Pro, Christopher Pugliese, Thomas
Reis, Anthony J. Ryder, Cesar Santos, Travis Schlaht, Nelson Shanks, Ronald N. Sherr, Daniel Sprick, Sharon Sprung, Dan Thompson, Joseph
Todorovitch, Nicole Michelle Tully, Thomas Valenti, Scott Waddell, Anthony Waichulis, and Patricia Watwood and Will Wilson.

The exhibit will run through December 2013.

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