The Shenzhen Museum’s ancient art outlet reopened last month after five years of renovation. Three exhibitions of 670 pieces of ancient Chinese relics from the museum’s own collection and four more ancient art exhibitions in collaboration with other domestic museums are being held.
A total of 76 pieces/sets of relics from Longmen Grottoes in Luoyang, Henan Province are on display at the “Sacred Pulchritude Beyond the River: Enshrinement From the Wei and Tang Dynasties in Luoyang Longmen Grottoes” exhibition in Shenzhen. Visitors are required to book in advance on the Shenzhen Museum’s WeChat account “iszbwg.”
From a 1760s London mantua to a Calvin Klein dress worn by Emma Watson at the 2016 Met Gala, the new exhibition at the Sea World Culture and Arts Center is a visual feast for fashionistas.
A new exhibition at the Shenzhen Museum is showcasing 243 pieces of relics unearthed from tombs of two Tusi clans in Sichuan Province, giving visitors a glimpse into the ancient Tusi system in ethnic minority areas in China.
Pyrography paintings by local artists are on display at Guangming District Cultural Hall. Entry is free.
Twelve light installations are dotting the centuries-old Dawan Ancestral Residence for the “Chant for the Luminosity” show. Entry is free.