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Modern and tour de force

MODERN & TOUR DE FORCE - TRADITIONAL EASTERN CRAFTS AND DESIGN IN A NEW TIME JUNE 1 - JULY 17, 2021SUNZEN ART GALLERYMON - FRI 10:00 AM - 6:00 PMSAT 11 AM - 6:00 PMSUN CLOSED Modern and tour de force - Traditional Eastern Crafts and Design in a New Time showcases the artistic and heritage value of outstanding home design across time and culture. This exhibition features classical Chinese furniture designed and handcrafted by Sunzen Art Gallery, highlighting the perfect unification of cultural significance and modern aesthetics. This exhibition aims to awaken innate appreciation towards ultimate craftsmanship, and to demonstrate the connection between people and their space.This exhibition is in collaboration with the leading high-end Furniture & Interior design ideas providers...

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Twin Wings to the Glory - A Contemporary Gongbi Painting Master

November 22, 2019 - February 21, 2020Sunzen Art GalleryMON - FRI 10:00 AM - 6:00 PMSAT 11 AM - 6:00 PMSUN CLOSED Curated by Lam Wong, Viahsta Yuan Drawing inspiration from the ancient Chinese wisdom and the spirit of philosophical enlightenment, Ren Zhong: Twin Wings to the Glory exhibition delves into the symbiosis between humans and nature – how we relate to the idea of cohabitant and living creatures from both inner and outer polarities. Featuring 38 new exquisite paintings by the Chinese contemporary GongBi (Meticulous tradition) painting master. Sunzen Gallery is delighted and honoured to present Ren Zhong’s first exhibition in Canada. >> Artist Page  Press Ren Zhong’s Art Bathes Us in Nature - MONTECRISTO Magazine An Ancient Chinese Art Form Is...

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Yang Xiaolu: Fable and the Prophet

Fable and the Prophet Inside and Outside the Redline February 26 - April 17, 2021Sunzen Art Gallery MON - FRI 10:00 AM - 6:00 PMSAT 11 AM - 6:00 PMSUN CLOSED >> Book Your Visit  Curated by Viahsta Yuan With a fascination toward cosmic myth and supernatural power, Yang Xiaolu’s interests lie in the juxtaposition of eccentric objects that has symbolic meanings with historically or socially significant locations. In this new series, he intuitively places fictional characters or imaginary objects, such as UFOs and Santa Claus, under the harmonious night sky of Zhongnanhai, adding a surrealist and humorous vibe to his representational style.  Zhongnanhai was built in the Ming Dynasty (1406). It had served generations of emperors as the imperial garden and had...

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