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Neil McLeod holds art show in Beijing
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Renowned Australian photographer Neil McLeod appeared in Beijing over the weekend for the opening of his graphic art show in the city.

The exhibition at the 798 Art Zone features the latest abstract graphic works by the accomplished photographer and painter, who has published as many as 65 albums and books in Australia. His gallery in Melbourne has won high praise from a great number of fellow artists.

Seeking a journey in the spiritual world, Neil McLeod has conveyed an overwhelming sense of innocence and purity through the images captured on his camera and canvas. He pursues a boundless freedom of the heart by departing from all conventions. McLeod's work can be seen at 798 through October 17th.

(CCTV.com September 23, 2009)

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