15 Amazing Art Shows This August in Guangzhou

By That's GBA, August 11, 2023

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Flows of Inspiration

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The exhibition will use time as a clue to present the expression, transformation and interpretation of "landscape" in different times, creative techniques and media forms.

Until August 27, 2023

Guangdong Museum of Art, NO.38 Yanyu Lu, Ersha Island, Yuexiu


Moistening Things and Cultivating the Heart

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This exhibition initiates the combing and research of contemporary Chinese art, and selects representative works of contemporary artists such as Gu Dexin, Zeng Fanzhi, Wang Yin, Yang Guoxin, Wei Guangqing, Zhou Chunya, Liu Xiaodong, He Duoling, Ding Yi, Zhang Xiaogang and other contemporary artists from the collection of Guangdong Museum of Art.

Until September 10, 2023

Guangdong Museum of Art, NO.38 Yanyu Lu, Ersha Island, Yuexiu


Syria Ancient Cultural Relics Exhibition

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From the second half of 2019, the China Cultural Relics Exchange Center began to communicate closely with the General Administration of Syrian Cultural Relics and Museums to coordinate the exhibition of Syrian ancient cultural relics in China. The final selected exhibits came from nine Syrian museums.

Until October 19, 2023

Guangdong Museum, 2 Zhujiang Dong Lu, Zhujiang Xincheng, Tianhe


Inside Out

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CRAIG & KARL first large-scale solo exhibition, taking you into the fantasy world of pop filled with imagination and positive energy, discovering interesting little things in life and surprise moments worth touching.

Until November 12, 2023

K11 Art Mall, 6 Zhujiang Dong Lu, Tianhe


A Recluse's Book of Time

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Yang Guoxin uses an unhurried pen to record the world's fireworks, war, love and turmoil, life and death. The exhibition displays over 100 works from Yang Guoxin.

Until September 16, 2023

Harmony & Beauty Arts Centre, The Flower Pavilion of Yuexiu Park, Yuexiu


Impression Monet

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Authorized by Michael OMara Books, a well-known publishing house in London, the exhibition is based on the "Monet's Cat" picture book co-created by the famous children's book author Lily Murray, a graduate of Kingston University in London, and Becky Cameron, a well-known illustrator who graduated from Cambridge College of Art, as the main curatorial line, and narrates the "Monet's Cat" in the picture book.

Until September 18, 2023

Look Art Museum, 6/F, Grandview Plaza, No. 228 Tianhe Road, Tianhe


From Paper to Metaverse

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The Consulate General of Belgium is thrilled to announce the grand opening of an enchanting cultural exhibition in Guangzhou, China, honoring the iconic blue inhabitants of Smurf Village. Titled "From Paper to Metaverse" this extraordinary exhibition celebrates the beloved Smurfs' 65th anniversary and takes visitors on a captivating voyage through time and happiness.

Until August 19, 2023

Guangzhou Cultural & Arts Centre, No.288, Xinjiao Middle Road, Haizhu


One Tree One World

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In the "unique tree", meet the unique me. Through the "Mulinsen Plan", the paper tree will be turned into a real forest. Together with AI Nuwa, the chapter of "Future Tree" is combined. In the combination of creativity and technology, unleash creativity and perception. Establish a concept of sustainable development, cultivate a sense of social responsibility and an international perspective.

Until October 15, 2023

SHINING Art Gallery, No. 1, Zhongdao, Dongshan Lake Park, Yuexiu


Oriental Beacon:

On The Top of TOO RICH CITY

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This exhibition is the first independent concept solo exhibition of Bald City, featuring new creative content customized by the artist around the theme of the three star stores and the top of the Bald City building. At the unveiling ceremony of the lighthouse, artist Huang Heshan and the guests of Bald City shared the "secret" about Bald City and its top.

Until September 3, 2023

LOCAL LANDSCAPE PUBLIC SPACE, No.11, Xuguyuan road, Yuexiu


Remake Art Exhibit

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Amidst wear and aging, should objects be discarded with time and change? Objects hold emotions and memories. On Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich's 12th anniversary, the hotel embraces sustainable art, using it to extend the life of cherished items. A collection of old objects like bed linen, tablecloth, plates, furniture, and ambassador uniforms symbolizes the hotel's growth, preserving memories of cozy sleep, delightful dining, inspiring travels, and exceptional service.

Until September 15, 2023

Lobby, Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich, NO.988 Guangzhou Da Dao Zhong, Tianhe


Paintings: Places, Stories, Customs, and Fables

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This exhibition invites four artists, Mao Xuhui, Ma Ke, Qin Qi and Chen Yingjie, to explore the relationship between painting and places, stories, customs and fables from different perspectives, which are not the whole of painting, but make painting a wide connection with the human world.

Until August 20, 2023

Guangdong Museum of Art, NO.38 Yanyu Lu, Ersha Island, Yuexiu


Grids and Pyramids

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This exhibition systematically sorts out Liu Yanhu's pioneering creations that break through tradition and cross-border integration in recent years in Jinshi Hanmo and contemporary art.

Until August 20, 2023

Guangdong Museum of Art, NO.38 Yanyu Lu, Ersha Island, Yuexiu


Expression For Countryside Through Painting

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The exhibition is divided into three sections, displaying the art masterpieces of 39 artists. This series of works not only depict the beautiful countryside that is ecologically livable, but also the artistic capture of material abundance, spiritual prosperity and a better life, as well as vivid close-ups of touching stories and spiritual outlooks, truly presenting the rural landscape, cultural landscape and people's livelihood depicted through the artist's pen.

Until August 31, 2023

Terminal 2 Art Gallery, Baiyun International Airport Terminal 2, Huadu


Bronze Mirror in the Collection

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In ancient times, bronze mirrors had a close relationship with People's Daily life and were indispensable utensils. At the same time, the bronze mirror is an exquisite artifact. It is a gem of our ancient cultural heritage because it is well made, beautiful in form, gorgeous in pattern and rich in inscriptions.

Until August 20, 2023

Guangdong Museum, No.2 Zhujiang Dong Lu, Zhujiang Xincheng, Tianhe


The Image of China Spreads to the West

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In exhibition, fine works in European antique prints from the 17th to 18th centuries. It is difficult not to ask us why Europeans are so eager to understand China? Why did the ancient Chinese empire have no interest in the world outside itself? Did Hegel's exposition of Chinese civilization hit the drawbacks of imperial autocracy since the Qin regime?

Until November 12, 2023

In Arcade, Floor 1, No. 73, Shamian North Street, Liwan


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