Infinite Feelings - Min Zou Exhibition

Infinite Feelings - Min Zou Exhibition

July 06, 2020

Min Zou is an artist, currently live in Beijing China, who has studied in China and Europe. Her artistic creation ideas at the present stage are driven by her true feelings, thoughts, knowledge and wisdom.

Min Zou works generally come from the accumulation of knowledge, the love of nature, the love of natural science, the exploration of humanities and social science, as well as philosophical insights. So, it can be said: Most of her inspiration comes from her thoughts and thinking.

"Thinking is a Virtue", Min Zou, Oil on Linen, 2020

 

Start Date: Wednesday 15th July 2020

End Date: Thursday 30th July 2020

Exhibition Hours: Tuesday to Sunday - 9am – 6pm

Venue: Exclamation Mark Art Space, 1st Floor Gongmei Building, Gate 2, 798 Art Zone, No. 2 Jiuxianqiao Road, Beijing

Direction: https://tinyurl.com/yb57rqh3

 

 

 




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