School of Architecture and Art, Central South University, 410000, China
The overall characteristics of the cultural development of the contemporary world are as follows: mutual integration and crossing and pluralistic symbiosis. On the one hand, the culture of developed countries attracts and assimilates the culture of developing countries. On the other hand, the classic and unique elements of the culture of developing countries have become the new elements of the culture of the developed countries. Thus, a new world culture of diversity and symbiosis is gradually formed.
Global cultural context; Chinese traditional landscape painting; Local art experiences Contemporary conversion
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