The Wuhan Art Museum launched the 2nd Biennale Exhibition of Chinese Ink Painting on March 8, presenting the experimental explorations of artists in the medium of ink and water. 

The exhibition showcases ink paintings by 15 artists. Curator Lu Hong said that these works display the kaleidoscopic attempts of these artists in themes and visual effects. Artist Yang Ping's painting series, for example, focuses on the negative effect of air pollution on children. 

The benumbed faces of passengers in the car of a metro train captured by Wang Guanglin and the bird in a cage portrayed by Li Jun, both point to the mental state of the young generation. The young artist Xie Tianzhuo's ink painting shows a semirealistic scene developed from urban scenes in different cities of China. The free exhibition is a prelude to the 2nd Biennale Exhibition of Chinese Ink Painting.