Ju Ming - Sculpting the Living World

Hong Kong Museum of Art

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DATE & TIME

28 FEB - 15 JUN

10AM - 6PM
(MON - WED, FRI)
10AM - 7PM

(SAT, SUN & PUBLIC HOLIDAY)

VENUE

Hong Kong Museum of Art
10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


Ju Ming - Sculpting the Living World, the largest exhibition of works by the world-famous Chinese artist Ju Ming (朱銘) ever held in Hong Kong, is running until June 15. The internationally renowned sculptor Ju Ming has spent decades creating artworks. Ju has held many exhibitions in major cities in Asia, Europe and the United States, with his “Taichi Series” becoming his most famous set of works and winning him wide acclaim.

The “Living World Series” is one of Ju’s most significant series of works, having taken more than 30 years to develop. These sculptures not only demonstrate the artist’s exquisite craftsmanship, but also reflect his keen sense of observation and genuine emotion towards the vicissitudes of life. The exhibition features 120 sets of works from the “Living World Series”, made with materials including wood, ceramics, stone, bronze and stainless steel. The exhibition also features two of Ju’s recent major breakthrough pieces, “Living World Series - Imprisonment” and “Cube”. These two sets of creative works are beautifully crafted and question life from a philosophical point of view.

Photo credit: Living World Series – Painted Wood 1996 129 x 479 x 72 cm Juming Museum


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