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Exhibition: Zhang Guang Hui at Kenderdine Art Gallery

Posted in Arts & Culture
Oct 19, 2017 to Dec 15, 2017

Image: Zhang Guang Hui, April, 9am (detail), 2015, woodcut, 90 x 260 cm.

Zhang Guang Hui 张广慧

如是我闻 (Thus Have I Heard)
curated by Xiao Han

Where: Kenderdine Art Gallery
Agriculture Building, 51 Campus Dr., U of S
When
: Oct. 19 - Dec. 15, 2017
Info:  (306) 966-4571

Artist Talk: Thursday, Oct. 19 at 12 noon
at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, 191 Murray Building, 3 Campus Dr.

Opening reception: Thursday, Oct. 19 at 7:30 pm, Kenderdine Art Gallery

Artist Zhang Guang Hui is the Head of the Printmaking Department at the Hubei Institution of Fine Arts in Wuhan, Hubei, China. Guang Hui will be working in the Kenderdine Art Gallery from Oct 16-26. Visitors are welcome to engage with the artist during the installation process.

This exhibition is made possible in collaboration with Tim Nowlin (Head, Department of Art & Art History).

 

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