Sculpture Exhibition Connects China and World

ByLin Qi November 20, 2020
Sculpture Exhibition Connects China and World
Walking Men, an exhibition now on at the Guan Shanyue Art Museum, is dedicated to Wu Weishan's efforts to hail historical figures. [For China Daily]

 

Luminaries such as scientists, artists, writers and thinkers tell the hardships and glories of a nation and, all together, they shape the history. For this reason, sculptor Wu Weishan has centered his work around depicting prominent figures in Chinese history, especially the intellectuals, for several decades.

Walking Men, an exhibition now on at the Guan Shanyue Art Museum in Shenzhen, is dedicated to Wu's long-standing efforts. It shows 101 sculptures and 35 paintings by Wu to navigate through those people of cultural importance not only to China but also to the world.

The exhibition through Nov 26 is part of the celebrations of 40th anniversary of Shenzhen Special Economic Zone this year.

Sculpture Exhibition Connects China and World
Walking Men, an exhibition now on at the Guan Shanyue Art Museum, is dedicated to Wu Weishan's efforts to hail historical figures. [For China Daily]

 

Sculpture Exhibition Connects China and World
Walking Men, an exhibition now on at the Guan Shanyue Art Museum, is dedicated to Wu Weishan's efforts to hail historical figures. [For China Daily]

 

Sculpture Exhibition Connects China and World
Walking Men, an exhibition now on at the Guan Shanyue Art Museum, is dedicated to Wu Weishan's efforts to hail historical figures. [For China Daily]

 

Sculpture Exhibition Connects China and World
Walking Men, an exhibition now on at the Guan Shanyue Art Museum, is dedicated to Wu Weishan's efforts to hail historical figures. [For China Daily]

 

(Source: China Daily)

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