From 2 to 10 September 2017, our Bold. Art. exhibition was making an appearance with a splash in Changzhou, China.
The 880,000 square meter retail and mixed-use property of Changzhou Golden Harbour was a worthy place to hold our exhibition with Leo Ying Li of Studio HBA and Da Chuan, our artist from China, in attendance on the opening day.
Leo Ying Li and Da Chuang gave interesting presentations and were available for questions after the official opening of the art show.
The 250-meter high twin towers of the mall even dwarf the tallest Buddhist pagoda in the world that is at the Tianning temple, not too far from the mall. So, it is no small surprise that the guests and visitors were drawn to Dragon’s City’s modern-day attraction of the multi-purpose mall.
The international crowd felt right at home among the art pieces interpreting multiculturalism from different viewpoints of Asian and Middle Eastern artists set up beautifully in the environment of the shopping mall. The neo-classical architecture style mall was designed by Chapman Taylor’s London and Shanghai offices that offers almost anything that the heart desires.
Well, not dinosaurs. For those, one has to go on a day-trip to the Dinosaur Park that showcases 50 different species including a few dancing ones. But that is another story, for another day…
Source: some photos are courtesy of trekearth.com and tripadvisor.com