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szdaily -> Culture
Artists to open OrientAsian exhibition
     2013-April-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Martin Li

    martin.mouse@163.com

    EIGHT international artists are scheduled to open a joint exhibition titled “OrientAsian” in Nanshan District on Saturday.

    The artists will utilize their favorite media to express their interpretations of “Orient” and “Asian” and of how to get oriented on the changing global map.

    The artists include German Petra Klinger, using mixed media; Béatrice Riu-Haberlander from France, with word art; Ceet, of France, with graffiti; American Brittan Aebischer, with mixed media; Chinese Deng Bin, with acrylics and oils; Chinese Dai Yun, with sculptures; New Zealander Jared, with music; and Russian artist Kirenna, with photo art.

    Organized by Dragon Fruit Events and J & Z Gallery, the exhibition opens at 7 p.m. Saturday at No. 101, Building F1, OCT-LOFT, Enping Road, and will be on display for two weeks.

    The exhibition aims to raise awareness of Asian issues through artists’ individual visions, organizers said.

    The entrance fee is 50 yuan (US$8), but students can enter free of charge.

    More details are available online at: orient-asian.tumblr.com.

    

    

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