The Most Tranquil Moment - Min Zou Solo Exhibition

The Most Tranquil Moment - Min Zou Solo Exhibition

March 22, 2021

With the growth of her art works, Min Zou's art works have experienced the changes of history, cultural integration and the exchange of Chinese and foreign culture. Her current art is very colorful and the diversity of her art can expand people's thinking and no longer bind them to their own thoughts. People can look at the world in the multi-dimensional ideas, so that people can become more inclusive in this world and can be more innovative and promote the social progress. Min Zou believes we should look at this world from a multi-dimensional perspective, just like the multi-dimensional nature of the universe. Min Zou thinks we should pursue the truth, the goodness and the beauty. So her works are always full of truth, goodness, beauty and the love of nature.

 

Opening Night: 20th March 2021

Exhibition Hours: 10 am – 5.30 pm

Exhibition Dates: 20th March 2021 to 20th April 2021

Venue: Cultural and Creative Guangqu Park

Address: Cultural and Creative Guangqu Park, Shuangqiao East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 

Curated by - Zhang Baohua Huang Juhua

To Visit the Exhibition - Advanced booking is required. Tel: 13146880886

Organised by - Exclamation Point Cultural Communication (Beijing) / French Chinese and Western Cultural Development Research Association  / Contemporary Art Collection Committee of China Collectors Association / Beijing Wuweizhijing International Trade Co., Ltd.




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