If you are lucky enough to book a visit to Nanshan Museum, which is recently booked up every day for its free Egyptian golden mummy exhibition, don’t forget to check out another must-see free exhibition there — “Masterpieces in Miniature: Treasures From the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Collection.”
Chinese-American Yu Lanyin, who is in her 70s and has a deep fascination with the ocean, is exhibiting her ocean-themed ink paintings at the “Infinite Conscious Blue” exhibition at HQB Museum. Entry is free.
This coming Saturday, under the baton of Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra (SZSO) artistic director Lin Daye, the orchestra will perform the closing concert of their 2021-2022 music season.
“Until the End of the World,” a Wim Wenders retrospective film show, will be held at Broadway’s two cinemas in Shenzhen.
“Break Gold,” an acclaimed Chinese-language play from Long Ma Studio that first premiered in Beijing in 2017, will be staged at the Shenzhen Poly Theater for three consecutive nights in August, during a last-round national tour of the show.
At the He Xiangning Art Museum’s ongoing collection exhibition reviewing its 25-year achievements, visitors can have a glimpse into the public art organization’s rich collection of Chinese contemporary artworks and longtime research on contemporary art and overseas Chinese artists.