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Ten exhibitions you can’t miss in Guangzhou in late March and early April

2018-March-21       Source: Newsgd.com

From treasures and artworks from overseas to photography works, these exhibitions are a real cultural feast. Take your pick.

Exhibition in memory of Xu Guangping

Admission: free

Opening Time: 9:00 - 17:00,

Period: March 8th - April 15th, 2018

Venue: Guangzhou Luxun Memorial Hall (广州鲁迅纪念馆)

Add.: No.215, Wenming Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou

2018 marks the 120th birthday of Xu Guangping, partner, assistant and former student of Lu Xun (1881-1936), one of China’s greatest writers. Born in Guangzhou’s Panyu District, Xu Guangping was a brave, independent and progressive female writer in Chinese modern and contemporary history.

The exhibition tells Xu’s rebellious childhood, her love story and marriage with Lu Xun, and her personal growth. Precious exhibits are shown, including correspondence between Lu Xun and Xu Guangping, rarely known photos of their family life and daily use articles in last century.

Collision and Blending: an invitation exhibition of Chinese and Russian artists

Period: March 21 - April 9, 2018

Venue: Tianhe District Culture Museum (天河区文化馆)

Add.: 9th Floor, West Tower, Tianyu Plaza, No. 621 Tianhe Road, Tianhe District, Guangzhou (广州市天河区天河路621号天娱广场西塔9楼)

Nearby metro station: Exit A of Gangding station (岗顶), Line 3

An art exhibition titled “Collision and Blending: an invitation exhibition of Chinese and Russian artists” is scheduled to be opened at the Tianhe District Culture Museum of Guangzhou on March 21, showcasing a variety of paintings by Russian and Guangdong’s artists.

The exhibition will last for 20 days until April 9, featuring 22 paintings by two Guangdong artists and 49 paintings by three Russian counterparts.

The paintings on display are of various themes and different styles. Artworks presented by Guangdong artists shows both traditional Chinese painting techniques and creative drawings of modern Chinese and western style. And the oil paintings presented by Russian artists are about true-life and nature, most of which were created after they visited China.

(Author: Monica Liu; Editor: Olivia Yang)

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