Saturday, 13 August 2011

Falun Gong: International Art Exhibition in Cambridge

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The Art of Zhen Shan Ren (Truth Compassion Tolerance) International Exhibition has toured more than 4 0countries and 200 cities worldwide since July 2004. Artists featured in the exhibition all practice Falun Gong (also known as Falun Dafa), a spiritual self-cultivation practice of mind and body.

Four of the artists featured in this exhibition suffered a brutal campaign of intimidation, propaganda, and violence in China, like millions of Falun Gong practitioners who are persecuted by the Chinese Communist regime. In an effort to put an end to this inhumane expression of a peaceful practice, Professor Zhang Kunlun and other artists decided to express their personal understanding of the universe and life through the medium of art.

The art in this show helps illustrate the noble path of the artists as they strive to revive the foundation of human morality, return to orthodox art form, and spread the principles of the univers - Truth, Compassion, Tolerance - throughout the world.

An inspiring exhibition not to be missed.

The Guildhall, Market Street, Cambridge, CB2 3NH
Tuesday 16th August to Sunday 24th August
Opening times 10am - 5:30pm

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About the Exhibition:
The Art of Zhen, Shan, Ren Exhibition is an extraordinarily moving, intimate and inspiring collection of paintings detailing both an inner spiritual life and an outer human rights tragedy.

What People Have Said:
“A truly beautiful exhibition.”
“Very thought provoking. Thank you.”
“The truth behind the artwork is almost too shocking to believe, it is crucial that we speak out about such injustice.”
“Inspiringly spiritual”


  1. This is really great. Good to read good things. Thank you.

  2. Thanks for sharing about this well planned exhibition. Went for our office party at one of the sophisticated event space San Francisco last month organized by my colleague. All the preparations were done single handed. Was happy to get appreciation from her boss.