- Thursday, 14 Mar 2019 - 9AM
'The Code of Love' Chinese Contemporary Female Arts World Tour
The Silk Road Culture Tour is an exhibition of cultural exchange, exploring a Chinese expression of femininity through contemporary traditional Chinese visual artworks.
The Silk Road was an ancient trade route connecting China and Europe and was significant in fostering cross-cultural exchange between the East and West. The exhibition has been presented internationally, with previous shows held in Malta, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Spain.
Perth is the last city on the tour and the final change to witness this cultural exhibition.
Professor Chen Shenglai, head of the NBICER, founded the Shanghai International Arts Festival and is a research professor at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences.
For Chen, the exhibition is not only an activity for the international cultural exchange but an opportunity to gain a new perspective on Chinese feminine art:
"It highlights the peerless elegance of the Chinese female, with the more recently acquired sense of self-esteem, self -confidence, self-reliance and self-improvement. It is believed that this world tour will be a new page in the history of Chinese feminine art."
Thursday 14 March - Wednesday 27 March
Open Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm, with the exception of the below dates:
Friday 22 March until 9:30pm
Saturday 23 March 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Wednesday 27 March until 9:30pm
The exhibition will display 46 artworks by 17 female artists and five male artists.
The artists include:
|Chen Jialing||Wang Dongling||Maleonn|
|Jiao Jian||Wu Xiaowei||Chen Xiaodan|
|Chu Chu||Chen Mingyuan||Tang Huimin|
|Huang He||Lu Yuwei||Li Xiuqin|
|Lin Rujing||Wang Ren||Zhou Yinchen|
|Shi Guangbo||Zhao Changzhu||Lin Yinji|
|Zhu Hong||Nong Chunni||Joyce Huang|
VENUE: University Club of Western Australia
DATE: Wednesday 13 March
TIME: 10:30am to 11:30am
Artist talk with Chen Jianling - Buddhist Art.
To accompany the exhibition, hear from esteemed Shanghai artist Chen Jialing, who is visiting Perth as part of the Silk Road Culture Tour, and giving a talk on Buddhist art.
Free event - Registration is essential via email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org or (08) 6552 7875
Presented by the National Base for International Cultural Exchange and Research China (NBICER) and the International Institute of Cultural Studies - Shangha