Nearly 1,000 cups crafted by 36 international artists are on display at the Art Design Center in Luohu District. Although they are just cups, these craft works provoke an immediate sense of awe through an expressive, yet considered, handling of surface decoration. They are deeply-rooted within a context of traditional Chinese ceramic-making, yet immediately contemporary.
Five family-friendly plays presented by Touch Laboratory and directed by young Chinese director Liu Xiaoyi will be put on stage at the Pingshan Theater through Aug. 14.
If you are looking for a place to take a respite from the routine of nucleic acid tests and to escape from the summer heat, visit the Guangming Culture and Art Center and immerse yourself in the “Me and I, Oamul Lu Solo Exhibition” to enjoy peace of mind and to find healing energy in Oamul Lu’s illustrations drawn in petal colors.
You may be enchanted by Jay Chou’s music video for his new song “Greatest Works of Art” dropped Wednesday or stunned by his interaction in the video with iconic artists (such as Dali, Monet and Sanyu) in Paris in the 1920s. Although you may not be lucky enough to make a time travel to the roaring 1920s Paris as Chou did, you can still appreciate great works of art in Shenzhen as some new exhibitions are scheduled to open soon.
People who visit Raffles Shenzhen could also check some public artworks on a nearby small square, as the One Art 2022 is being held there. With “Art Becoming Art” as the theme, the free exhibition features outdoor works by Liu Xiaodu, Hong Ko, See You Tomorrow and Xue Feng and indoor works by Daniel Knorr.
In line with China’s commitment to develop the national cultural digitization strategy, a digital art museum was launched by Guan Shanyue Art Museum on June 23. The launch is part of a series of activities organized by the art museum to mark the 25th anniversary of its founding and the 110th anniversary of master Guan Shanyue’s birth.