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Family Friendly Exhibitions this Winter

Family Friendly Exhibitions this Winter
By Ellen Morris

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If you would like to take your family to visit some exhibitions of exotic art originating from some West African nations to the photographic genius of two professionals from the UK, then this article should have enough inspiration to give you an idea of what is available for you and your family to visit in Beijing this winter. Beijing has several family friendly creative spaces offering first class exhibitions; here are a few of those.

 

Another Way of Telling

TP 201901 beijing 03鈥淎nother Way of Telling鈥 is presented by the Three Shadows Photography Art Centre and features the works of two of the leading documentary photographers from the United Kingdom. The exhibition features work by Anna Fox and Karen Knorr with a showcase of around 100 examples of their work in this field.

 

The exhibition programme states that the work is full of acerbic wit, which is brought together with a level of sharp commentary on the subjects that can be viewed through two very individual perspectives that are also wrapped in humour, which comes across in varying warm doses. The exhibition penetrates into the issues of the present time. There are also selections of the exhibition that portray each photographer鈥檚 individual work in addition to which they have completed together.

 

The exhibition runs until the 6th of January 2019. You can view it from 10am until 6pm, it is open every day except Mondays, and costs RMB60 if you buy your tickets at the ticket booth. You can make a saving by booking online. This way the entrance fee is RMB50, but the tickets must be booked at least one day in advance. The entrance fee for students is RMB35 and for children under 12, entry is free.

 

The Three Shadows can be found at 155A Caochangdi, Chaoyang District, Beijing. 涓夊奖鍫 (鏈濋槼鍖鸿崏鍦哄湴155鍙)

 

The Tree of Life

TP 201901 beijing 04The Tree of Life鈥 is an exhibition of African wood carving that is on show until the 21st of January 2019. The exhibition contains nearly 100 wood carvings that have been collected together by (NAMOC), the National Art Museum of China. The wood carvings come from countries across Africa including Tanzania, the Ivory Coast, Mozambique, Benin, Kenya, Ghana and the Republic of Congo. The wood carvings have been created by a variety of artists and include items such as masks and portraits. Many of the items on show are the work of local traditional rituals, and help to give visitors an insight into the meaningful culture which these wood carvings create from these areas of the African continent.

 

The entry to this exhibition is free during the hours of opening, every day from 9am until 5pm until January 21st 2019. It is located at Hall 19-21 NAMOC. No. 1 Wusi Dajie, Dongcheng District Beijing. 涓浗缇庢湳棣 (涓滃煄鍖轰簲鍥涘ぇ琛1鍙.)

 

Niki de Saint Phalle and Her Wonderland

TP 201901 beijing 05This exhibition into the works of Niki de Saint Phalle is open until the 10th of March 2019. It is the first time that any of this artist鈥檚 work has been exhibited in China. It is a retrospective exhibition of this legendary female artist. For anyone that is not familiar with her work, she is especially famous for her unique area of creativity, particularly in the area of media communication. The exhibition in Beijing features the works of Saint Phalle from the humble beginning in the 1960鈥檚 through later creations including the areas of painting, to sculpture and performing and even video art. This superb and informative exhibition is free to all and open every day from 10am until 6pm.

 

The exhibition is on show at the Today Art Museum, Building 4, Pingod Community, No. 32 Baiziwan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing.
浠婃棩缇庢湳棣 (鏈濋槼鍖虹櫨瀛愭咕璺32鍙)

 

Nicholas Party and his Arches Exhibition

TP 201901 beijing 06This exhibition entitled 鈥淎rches鈥 is being hosted at the M Woods centre until the 24th of February 2019. Nicholas Party is a renowned Swiss artist, most famous for his deftly using of a variety of techniques to display his art through such mediums as paint, the use of pastels, sculptures and video. Nicholas Party鈥檚 creations are known as 鈥渃arnivalesque,鈥 a haunting style that he uses to build his pieces, which are built to site specific structures created on spots, such as murals that exist once and for a short period of time, before they are torn down and lost or scrapped forever.

 

You can view this exhibition until the 24th of February 2019 at M Woods, D-06, 798 Art Zone, No. 2 Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing. 鏈ㄦ湪缇庢湳棣 (鏈濋槼鍖洪厭浠欐ˉ璺798鑹烘湳鍖篋-06)

 

Entry costs RMB60, or RMB50 for students. The exhibition is open from Tuesday until Sunday, from 11am until 6pm.

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