Jointly presented by the Macao Museum of Art (MAM), under the auspices of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, and He Duoling Art Museum, the large-scale exhibition “Rebirth in the Spring Breeze: Art Exhibition of He Duoling” will be inaugurated on 6 November 2020, at 6:30pm, on the 2nd floor of the MAM, featuring nearly 50 pieces (sets) of sketches and oil paintings by He Duoling in different periods of time. All are welcome to visit. In order to allow the audience to experience the deep connection between music and poetry in He Duoling's creations, the Macao Orchestra will perform at the opening ceremony. Attendees will receive a set of exquisite painting-inspired poetry cards, and will have the opportunity to receive signed posters and purchase signed albums of his paintings. Stocks are limited and are available on a first come, first served basis.
He Duoling is one of the leading figures in contemporary Chinese painting who graduated from the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute and became famous in the 1980s. After causing a sensation in the painting world with the paintings Spring Winds have Awoken, Youth, and The Crow is Beautiful, he won a number of major domestic and international awards and his works are collected by important art institutions and collectors. His painting techniques are refined, poetic, and imbued with a mysterious artistic language.
This exhibition will present a series of works such as The House with the Mezzanine; Zhai Yongming; Labyrinth Tower; Rabbit; Russian Forest; House with No Roof; Wild Garden, Woman and Wall, among others. In over 40 years of artistic creation, regardless of whether it is through his precise and realistic style prevalent in the early years, or the freehand brushwork of “between likeness and unlikeness” seen in recent years, He Duoling has always used poetic and lyrical artistic language to express beauty. Even until now, He continues his outpouring of vitality as he moves towards the realm of unfathomable beauty through endless exploration and change. The audience can glimpse of He’s artistic development through the exhibition and feel the vigorous and endless creativity.
In cooperation with the epidemic prevention efforts of the SAR Government, participants must wear face masks at all times, undergo temperature checks, present their health code of the day, and cooperate with the on-site crowd management and corresponding epidemic prevention measures. The Macao Museum of Art, located on Avenida Xian Xing Hai, NAPE, is open daily from 10am to 7pm (last entry at 6:30pm) including public holidays and closes on Mondays. Admission is free. For enquiries, please contact MAM through tel. no. 8791 9814 during opening hours or visit the MAM website at www.MAM.gov.mo.