Archive for August, 2009

  • Xian Rui (Fresh and Sharp) 鮮銳
The Chinese Culture Center is pleased to introduce the Xian Rui
exhibition series.  The title of the series, ‘xian’ meaning fresh and
‘rui’ meaning sharp, embodies the art and artists the series aims to
capture.  Xian Rui holds significance in timing and content,
emphasizing recently created work and newly conceived exhibitions.
Exceptional Chinese and Chinese American artists, whose work is under
recognized in the United States, will present artworks that evoke a
fresh and sharp perspective on Chinese culture.  Exhibitions will have
been created within 18 months prior to their display at the CCC
gallery, with a special emphasis on debut pieces.  Whether it be by
utilizing Chinese art forms and techniques, or deriving inspiration
from Chinese motifs, all featured projects will ultimately be both a
product and reflection of the culture.  Xian Rui exhibitions grant
exposure to underrepresented artists and bring viewers a renewed
appreciation and fresh perspective on the contemporary Chinese
culture.

    Fiber Art Workshop with Dora Hsiung

    Xian Rui (Fresh and Sharp) 鮮銳 The Chinese Culture Center is pleased to introduce the Xian Rui exhibition series. The title of the series, ‘xian’ meaning fresh and ‘rui’ meaning sharp, embodies the art and artists the series aims to capture. Xian Rui holds significance in timing and content, emphasizing recently created work and newly conceived exhibitions. Exceptional Chinese and Chinese American artists, whose work is under recognized in the United States, will present artworks that evoke a fresh and sharp perspective on Chinese culture. Exhibitions will have been created within 18 months prior to their display at the CCC gallery, with a special emphasis on debut pieces. Whether it be by utilizing Chinese art forms and techniques, or deriving inspiration from Chinese motifs, all featured projects will ultimately be both a product and reflection of the culture. Xian Rui exhibitions grant exposure to underrepresented artists and bring viewers a renewed appreciation and fresh perspective on the contemporary Chinese culture.   Read more >
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    CCC’s Statement on Typhoon Morakot in Taiwan

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  • Date: Saturday, August 22, 2009 Location: Chinese Culture Center Auditorium […]

    Celebrating Youth: Special Closing Ceremony for Present Tense Biennial Exhibition

    Date: Saturday, August 22, 2009 Location: Chinese Culture Center Auditorium […]   Read more >
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