May. 30, 2020–Jan. 4, 2021
Chinese Garden, Studio for Lodging the Mind
Fu Shen 傅申 (Chinese and Taiwanese, b. 1937). Court of Assembled Worthies 集賢院, 2018. Handscroll, ink on paper; calligraphy written in running script. 43 x 135 cm, unmounted. The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.
Timed to coincide with the grand opening of the final phase of its Chinese Garden, The Huntington presents a major exhibition of contemporary Chinese calligraphy as the inaugural installation in the garden's new art gallery, the Studio for Lodging the Mind. The exhibition, designed to illuminate the art form and foster deeper appreciation of its expressive qualities, will be presented in two 16-week rotations of 20 works each. The work of 21 contemporary ink artists will be featured, including Qianshen Bai, Michael Cherney, Fu Shen, Lo Ch'ing, Lui Tai, Tang Qingnian, Wang Mansheng, Wan-go Weng, and Terry Yuan. The works on view comprise the original calligraphic scrolls that served as the models for inscriptions throughout the garden. To complement the show, a series of calligraphy demonstrations by featured artists will be offered during the run of the exhibition inside an adjacent structure known as the Flowery Brush Library.
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