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Review of Culture, International edition, no. 63 (RCI)

This edition portrays the artistic variety of Macao, its internationalization and trends, featuring the urban histories of Macao and Hong Kong, and the presence of Confucius in the Portuguese culture, among other topics.

Rebirth in the Spring Breeze: Art Exhibition of He Duoling

He Duoling is one of the best oil painting artists in China in the contemporary era. The Rebirth in the Spring Breeze: Art Exhibition of He Duoling showcases 48 pieces/sets of sketches and oil paintings which cover various periods of He's artistic pursuit, including his new works in 2019. From these exhibits, visitors will catch a glimpse of his artistic development and feel his vigorous and endless creativity.

Wandering across the Landscape - Collection of the Macao Museum of Art

This paperback catalogue contains images of all items showcased in the exhibition ‘Wandering across the Landscape: Collection of the Macao Museum of Art’ as well as relevant articles. The catalogue features over 160 items in the collection, which were created by foreign artists between the 17th and the 21th centuries to represent the landscape of Macao, and comprises three sections: ‘Topographical Images: Prints from the 17th to the 19th Centuries’, ‘Chinnery’s Shadow: The Artist, His Companions and Students’ and ‘Traces of Modern Art: Works from the 20th to the 21st Centuries’. The catalogue brings together the artistic footprints left in Macao by artists from different regions, from paintings made by painters of Western diplomatic corps and travelling artists in earlier times to oil paintings, ink paintings, prints, sculptures and video installations produced by foreign artists in the 21st century with a modernist or contemporary touch.

Catalogue of “Xian Xinghai Memorial Museum”

Xian Xinghai was a great “people’s musician” in modern Chinese history, whose belongings are mostly collected in the Chinese National Academy of Arts. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Macao’s Handover to China, the Xian Xinghai Memorial Museum borrowed some of the belongings for exhibition in Macao. This array of exhibits is now illustrated in this book in Chinese, Portuguese and English, including his certificates, diaries, letters, manuscripts, violins and clothes, through which the public is expected to better understand his life and artistic achievements.