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Sense: An Insight to Sino Australian Cultural Exchange

Where: China Cultural Centre, Level 1, 151 Castlereagh Street, Sydney

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: CCCsydney

This cross-cultural art exhibition collects national-level artworks from representative artists of China and Australia, presenting the sparkles of innovative and experimental art practice within different cultural traditions.

Through a variety of artistic expressions including oil painting, traditional Chinese painting, acrylic on canvas, and calligraphy, the ten artists express their views of the world from different perspectives and showcase the diversity and inclusion in art today.

The artists include the outstanding award-winning contemporary Australian artists such as Tony Costa who captures unique emotion of the Australian landscape influenced by German Expressionism; Tim Johnson, showing us a floating world combined the Eastern philosophy with western heritage; Fiona Lowry, well-known for her signature airbrush technology and distinct atmosphere; and Lucy Wang, a Chinese-Australian ink brush painter bringing her bi-cultural perspective on Chinese dragon.

Most of the Chinese artists are from Shaanxi province where the capital is Xi’an with a long and distinguished history, now famous for the Terracotta Army and the terminus for the Silk Road, who are sophisticated in capturing contemporary reality with innovative traditional techniques, depicting not only the soaring peaks and plunging ravines that characterize the Shaanxi landscape, but also portraits of ethnic groups, and flower-and-bird painting.

Artist:
Wei Liang
Tony Costa
Wei An
Tim Johnson
Hu Yunsheng
Fiona Lowry
Qiao Yuchuan
Hui Min
Wei Junxian
Lucy Wang (Ru Xi)

Organizer:
China Cultural Centre in Sydney, Blueonline Event, Art Atrium, Ban Xing Tang

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