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2011 Shanghai art fair kicks off

(People's Daily Online)

16:24, September 16, 2011

Photo, taken on Sept. 13, shows Li DeihuiM (R), a ceramic artist, introducing a white glazed porcelain with the portrait of Dr Sun Yat-sen to a visitor. The 2011 Shanghai Art Fair, Asia's biggest art trade event, opened to professionals on Sept. 13. The art fair has attracted 155 art galleries from 12 countries to display their collections, including paintings, Chinese paintings, ceramics, print-making, sculpture, watercolors, and photography. The 2011 Shanghai Art Fair will be held from Sept. 14 - Sept.18 at Shanghai Mart. (Xinhua/Zhang Ming)

Edited and Translated by Liu Xiaoning, People's Daily Online

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