Carved lacquer craftworks made by Man Jianmin from Beijing are on display.
Surely a must-see for ukiyo-e lovers is the “Pictures of the Floating World — The Japanese Treasure That Lives On” exhibition at Nanshan Museum, one of this summer’s artistic highlights in Shenzhen.
Paintings by artist Huang Xishun and caricatures by Shenzhen art editor Zhuang Xilong are on display at Guan Shanyue Art Museum. Entry is free but visitors are required to book their visit in advance on the museum’s WeChat account “gsyart.”
A total of 120 prints once collected by the Louvre Chalcographie and now collected by Heilongjiang Art Museum are on display at the “Impressions of the Louvre” exhibition at Shenzhen Fine Art Institute.
More than 400 photos taken by Hong Kong-born photographer Pok Chi Lau are on display at the “Chinese Diaspora” exhibition at the Yuezhong Museum of Historical Images (MoHI) in Luohu District.
Shenzhen Museum, which rolled out online “panoramic exhibition halls” to take Internet users on virtual visits through some of the museum’s exhibitions Feb. 5, has added a new online exhibition recently.