Beijing is never a city in lack of art exhibitions. This is the perfect time to visit art galleries and enjoy the beautiful and intriguing works of art the city has to offer. Here are three art exhibitions in the capital not to be missed!
The Mickey exhibition: the truly original and always curious
The Mickey Mouse exhibit, which was first held in New York in 2018 to celebrate Mickey’s 90th birthday on a cross-country tour, finally made a final stop in Beijing. This exhibition presents a collection of new ideas and different interpretations of the classic Disney character Mickey Mouse by a number of contemporary artists. Visitors will be able to explore the possibilities of what Mickey means to artists from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Beijing 798 Art Zone 798艺术区
No.4, Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District
Duration: July 23-November 6
Exhibition of surrealist photographs by Erik Johansson
Swedish artist and photographer Erik Johansson recently welcomed China with his exhibition of surreal photographs at the Today Art Museum, offering audiences a truly immersive artistic journey through audio and visual experiences. Johansson is good at turning fantastic and absurd dreams into images. Unlike traditional photography which only captures the still moment, Johansson is able to make images speak for themselves by capturing the thoughts flowing through them.
Today Museum of Art 今日美术馆
No.32, Baiziwan Road Pingguo Community Building 4, Chaoyang District
Duration: July 22-Oct 7.
National Geographic Classic Photographs Exhibition
The exhibition features eight themes including the beauty of the earth, the mystery of life, voices of environmental protection and greater China. The public will be able to explore the mysteries of nature and the depths of humanity. The exhibition added 40 new works covering different themes including humans, animals, plants, architecture and nature, making it a truly wonderful experience for the public to appreciate the power of photography.
Wangfujing Yintai in88 北京王府井银泰 in88
No.88, Wangfujing Street, Dongcheng District
Duration: August 13 to February 19
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