Sun Museum is pleased to present the exhibition “Abbreviated Expressiveness in Chinese Painting: Expressive Painting in Blue-and-White and Expressive Painting by Xie Zhiquang”, from 26 July 2019 to 5 October 2019.
The exhibition showcases over 160 pieces of blue-and-white porcelain made by the Ming and Qing folk kilns and more than 20 pieces of paintings by modern Shanghai artist Xie Zhiquang (1900-1976) selected from the Yun Quan Studio Collection.
Abbreviated expressive paintings first emerged in the Southern Song Dynasty. Rendering in simple and bold brushstrokes to capture the features of the subject, artists employ expressive depiction yet without losing its form. With this drawing style as the theme, the exhibition highlights the simple and abstract decorative drawings on the Ming and Qing folk blue-and-white ware as well as the expressive paintings by Xie Zhiguang. By comparing the two seemingly disparate art forms, it invites audience to appreciate expressive style from a new perspective.
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Abbreviated Expressiveness in Chinese Painting: Expressive Painting in Blue-and-White and Expressive Painting by Xie Zhiguang
Date: 2019.7.26 – 10.5
Time: Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 – 18:00
(Closed on Sunday, Monday and Public Holidays)
一新美術館 Sun Museum
4/F SML Tower, 165 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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