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© Zeng Yi
ACP Lecture Series Presents: Zeng Yi
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum
Featuring work by: Zeng Yi

Oct 1, 6pm

Thu, Oct 1, 6pm exhibition viewing, 7pm lecture, 8pm reception

This lecture, presented with the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum and Lumieere, is in support of the exhibition: "The People's China...Village Life by Master Photographer Zeng Yi". World-renowned photographer, Zeng Yi, has spent a lifetime telling the story of the common people of China. Born in 1949 in Jinan, the capital of the Shandong Province in Eastern China, and now the curator, professor and research supervisor of Shandong College of Art and Design, Professor Zeng is one of the established leaders of the arts in China.

Zeng Yi has won numerous international awards and his work has been exhibited in the United States, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, South Korea and Taiwan. He has written extensively on the visual arts and organized numerous international exhibitions, including Asia's largest exhibition of Picasso paintings in 2004. He was selected by the Chinese Ministry of Culture as a planning director of the Beijing International Photography Week in 2013, and is taking a lead role in conducting Photo Beijing in 2015.

Admission is free. Free parking on site. Please use the entrance to the Museum (not Carter Center entrance).

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum
441 Freedom Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30307 - Google Maps
(404) 865-7100
ACP Listing #: 30

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