What's on in Shenzhen

Source: Xinhua| 2019-04-14 09:21:29|Editor: Liangyu
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SHENZHEN, April 14 (Xinhua) -- The following are shows and exhibitions available in Shenzhen in the coming week:

Old Masters: Australia's Great Bark Artists

Date: April 13-June 12

Time: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (Closed Mondays)

Place: Shenzhen Museum of History and Folk Culture


This exhibition showcases the work of Australia's great bark painters: Aboriginal artists from Arnhem Land who have carried one of the oldest continuing traditions of art into the modern era. The exhibition includes artwork, plus carvings that share designs often used in bark paintings. It celebrates the knowledge, genius and work of over 40 master artists, including Narritjin Maymuru, Yirawala, Mawalan Marika, and their contemporaries.

Slash -- Sean Lee Solo Exhibition

Date: until April 28

Time: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. (Closed on Mondays.)

Place: Great Art Space, Great China International Finance Center


This is Lee's first solo exhibition, which features his most recent creation. Lee graduated from the department of comprehensive painting in Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts in 2006. Now he lives and works in Chengdu. Lee's works include easel paintings, composite materials, sculpture and installations.

The Evolution of Communication

Date: until June 24

Time: 10 a.m.-10 p.m.

Place: Sea World Culture and Arts Center


The exhibition by Ying Kwok focuses on the transformation and development of language in the age when technology, humans and society rapidly evolve and grow. Artists play with the rhythm of languages, exploring the underlying meaning beyond the literal meaning in modern context. A series of sculptures, installations and 2-dimensional works will give diverse sensations to the viewer.

The Beatles: Beat On

Date: until July 7

Time: 10 a.m.-10 p.m.

Place: The MixC (Shenzhen Bay)


This is an exhibition reviewing the glorious times of British rock band The Beatles. The Beatles are the best-selling band in history, with estimated sales of over 800 million records worldwide. Old photos, news coverage and installations of iconic places are featured at the exhibition.