주체112(2023)년 6월 28일 《보도》
Art Exhibition on Class Education Opened
An art exhibition on the theme of class education opened at the Pyongyang International House of Culture on Thursday.
On display at the exhibition are more than 70 art pieces including Korean painting, oil painting, sculpture and calligraphy showing the crime-woven history of the U.S. and Japanese imperialists and class enemies who inflicted untold misfortune and pain on the Korean people.
Korean painting "A grudge-bearing well", oil painting "Wild beasts" and "Germ warfare crimes" and other art pieces expose the brutal atrocities of the U.S. imperialist murderers and class enemies who mercilessly killed Korean people during the Fatherland Liberation War.
Oil painting "Slavery", sculpture "Sorrow", etc., which show the heinous crimes of the Japanese imperialists who inflicted miserable and grievous sacrifice on the Korean people for nearly half a century through hideous colonial rule, are adding to the pent-up wrath of the Korean people.
On display are also the works reflecting the firm pledge of the Korean people to firmly arm themselves with the immutable view on the principal enemies and further sharpen the blade of class and revenge, always remembering the aggressive nature of the U.S. imperialists and class enemies.
The exhibition hall was visited by Minister of Culture Sung Jong Gyu, officials concerned, officials and creators in the field of fine arts, working people, youth and students in Pyongyang.