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Shi Hu's "The Mystical Bird" at the Tap Seac Gallery

Date 25/5/2004
Category Exhibition
Source Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Macao S.A.R. Government

The Cultural Institute will be holding ďThe Mystical Bird: Shi Huís Return to MacauĒ exhibition of paintings from May 28 to July 18, displaying Chinese artist Shi Huís most recent works.

Shi Huís paintings are the mixture of Chinese and Western traditions and all kinds of patterns, combining the art of Chinese paintings, western paintings, frescos, farmerís paintings and carvings. Some of his paintings have been sold at a high price in local and foreign markets.

In ďThe Mystical Bird: Shi Huís Return to MacaoĒ exhibition of paintings is Shi Huís first in Macau after traveling in China. The exhibition will display Shi Huís most recent 60 ink paintings and 52 paintings on potteries.

Born in Hebei Province, China, Shi Hu loved to paint at a young age. He has studied in Beijing Art and Design College and China National Academy of Art, Zhejiang. Shi started teaching in Beijing Art and Design College in 1968. In 1978, he visited 13 countries in Africa and published a painting album about Africa.

In 1990, Shi migrated to Macao and has held exhibitions in Macau, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Singapore, Djakarta and Hawaii. His exhibitions are always well received.



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