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    2018-February-12  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Kan Tai-keung’s works

Hong Kong designer Kan Tai-keung is exhibiting his ink paintings and calligraphic works. Influenced by his clay sculptor grandfather, Kan developed a passion for painting in his childhood.

Dates: Until March 15

Venue: ONE S, Block 19, Vanke Enterprise Mansions, 63 Qianhai Road 1 (前海一路63号前海万科企业公馆19栋前海壹会艺术空间)

Metro: Line 1, Liyumen Station (鲤鱼门站), Exit A, and then take a free Qianhaixing (前海行) shuttle bus

Design exhibitions

Two design-themed exhibitions, “Minding the Digital” (until June 3) and “Values of Design” (until next year), are being held in Shekou. Drawing from the V&A’s extensive collection in London, “Values of Design” features over 250 objects from year 900 to the present. “Minding the Digital” brings visitors into a novel world of immersive experiences shaped by digital technologies.

Tickets: 40-80 yuan

Venue: Design Society|Sea World Culture and Arts Center, 1187 Wanghai Road, Shekou, Nanshan District (南山区蛇口望海路1187号设计互联|海上世界文化艺术中心)

Metro: Line 2, Sea World Station (海上世界站), Exit A

SZ Museum exhibitions

More than 100 ancient wood, porcelain and copper-gilt Guanyin statues and paintings on loan from Capital Museum in Beijing are on display until Feb. 28. Anther exhibition of ancient Italian ceramics is being held until March 25. The ceramics are on loan from the International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza.

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

Metro: Line 2 or 3, Civic Center Station (市民中心站), Exit B

Zodiac paintings

Chinese painter Huang Yongyu is exhibiting his zodiac paintings. Under his brushes, the 12 zodiac animals look comical and lively, often including witty dialogues or monologues written by Huang that highlight the personalities of the animals.

Dates: Until Feb. 22

Venue: Shenzhen Art Museum, inside Donghu Park, Aiguo Road, Luohu District (罗湖区爱国路东湖公园内深圳美术馆)

Metro: Line 5 or 7, Tai’an Station (太安站), Exit C and then take a taxi

 

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