Sixty contemporary Chinese artists are exhibiting 104 of their works at “The Gaze of History: Contemporary Chinese Art Revisited” exhibition at Jupiter Museum of Art.
About 200 Shenzhen artists are sending hope and gratitude to the Chinese COVID-19 frontline workers through 215 artworks at Guan Shanyue Art Museum.
Beijing Poly Theater Management Co., which manages 65 performing theaters around the country including Shenzhen Poly Theater and Pingshan Theater, has posted videos of past performances online to tide fans over the closure of the theaters during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The exhibition organizer has rolled out a “panoramic exhibition hall,” offering users the immersive experience of a virtual visit to the physical venue.
Guan Shanyue Art Museum, which is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, has selected paintings by Shenzhen artists Huang Xishun and Zhuang Xilong from its collection to post on the museum’s official WeChat account “gsyart” for mobile phone users enjoying art at home.
“Damp Season,” a Shenzhen-set arthouse film directed by Shenzhen designer-turned-director Gao Ming, made its world premiere at the 49th International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) in the Netherlands on Jan. 28, bringing a new “Southern Wave” to the prestigious global film festival.