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What’s On
    2018-05-31  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Shenzhen Museum

Vibrant portrait, landscape and still life paintings created by legendary Chinese artist Pan Yuliang (1895-1977) are on display until July 22, giving insight into the strong woman’s dreams, longings and unique artistic outlook. Meanwhile, finely printed and revised ancient books dating back to the Song Dynasty (960-1279) are also on display until June 10.

Venue: Shenzhen Museum, Block A, Civic Center, Futian District (福田区市民中心A区深圳博物馆)

Metro: Line 2 or 4 to Civic Center Station (市民中心站), Exit B

‘Overall Situation’

Chinese artists Chen Tong and Tian Hui are exhibiting their works at the “Overall Situation” exhibition. The artists’ progressive creative practices address specific socio-economic conditions in China and the West.

Dates: Until Aug. 10

Venue: Boxes Art Space, Building 11, Lan Ying Fang, O’Plaza, OCT Harbor, 8 Baishi Road, Nanshan District (南山区白石路8号欢乐海岸购物中心蓝楹坊11栋盒子空间)

Metro: Line 9 to Shenzhen Bay Park Station (深圳湾公园站), Exit E

‘Beyond the Scenery’

The “Beyond the Scenery” public art exhibition is showcasing eight art installations at various locations in OCT-LOFT. According to curator Shen Ruijun, the exhibition borrows ideas from traditional Chinese gardening culture to explore possibilities in bridging modern life and Chinese cultural values in OCT-LOFT.

Dates: Until Aug. 5

Venue: OCT-LOFT, Nanshan District (南山区华侨城创意文化园)

Metro: Line 1 to Qiaocheng East Station (侨城东站), Exit A; or Line 2 to Qiaocheng North Station (侨城北站), Exit B

Nanshan Museum

Two exhibitions are being held at Nanshan Museum until next year. One exhibition features more than 100 items of ancient stone sculptures, foreign coins and Buddha statues from the Northern and Southern dynasties (420-589) to the Tang Dynasty (618-907). The other exhibition features more than 400 bronze weapon relics.

Venue: Nanshan Museum, 2093 Nanshan Boulevard (南山大道2093号南山博物馆)

Metro: Line 1 to Taoyuan Station (桃园站), Exit B

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