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Int'l Gallery Exposition kicks off in Beijing

2009-04-16 08:15:07 GMT2009-04-16 16:15:07 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Visitors look at paintings in the opening day of the China International Gallery Exposition (CIGE) 2009 in Beijing April 15, 2009. The fair showcases over 80 selected galleries and presents some 5,000 pieces of art projects including painting, sculptures, multimedia creations.(Xinhua/Li Mingfang)

Visitors look at paintings in the opening day of the China International Gallery Exposition (CIGE) 2009 in Beijing April 15, 2009. The fair showcases over 80 selected galleries and presents some 5,000 pieces of art projects including painting, sculptures, multimedia creations.(Xinhua/Li Mingfang)

A visitor looks at a painting during the opening day of the China International Gallery Exposition (CIGE) 2009 in Beijing April 15, 2009. The fair showcases over 80 selected galleries and presents some 5,000 pieces of art projects including painting, sculptures, multimedia creations.(Xinhua/Li Mingfang)

A visitor passes paintings during the opening day of the China International Gallery Exposition (CIGE) 2009 in Beijing April 15, 2009. The fair showcases over 80 selected galleries and presents some 5,000 pieces of art projects including painting, sculptures, multimedia creations.(Xinhua/Li Mingfang)

A visitor looks at a painting in the opening day of the China International Gallery Exposition (CIGE) 2009 in Beijing April 15, 2009. The fair showcases over 80 selected galleries and presents some 5,000 pieces of art projects including painting, sculptures, multimedia creations.(Xinhua/Li Mingfang)

Visitors look at paintings in the opening day of the China International Gallery Exposition (CIGE) 2009 in Beijing April 15, 2009.

The fair showcases over 80 selected galleries and presents some 5,000 pieces of art projects including painting, sculptures, multimedia creations.

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