The Belt & Road International Art Project Exhibition opened Saturday at the Zhejiang Art Museum in Hangzhou, Capital of East China’s Zhejiang Province.

The Exhibition which will last until September 25, is organized by the Ministry of Culture & Tourism and hosted by China National Academy of Painting, with over 80 works featuring Landscapes and Culture of the Belt & Road Countries.

The Exhibition in Hangzhou is part of a touring Exhibition, which will display 197 works by 188 Artists from the Belt & Road Countries, including Traditional Chinese Paintings, Oil Paintings, Prints and Sculptures.

The Belt & Road International Art Project, which started in 2015 is meant to promote Exchanges & Cooperation of Artists among the Belt & Road Countries and represent the history of the ancient Silk Road.