Yoko Ono: FLY [Guangzhou, China]


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5th & 9th Gallery 
Guangdong Museum of Art
No.38 Yanyu Rd, Ershadao, Guangzhou, China. 
March 7th-29th, 2009
www.gdmoa.org 
More Info: 86 20 8735 1468 

“YOKO ONO” was already a cultural symbol, before attaching to the name of John Lennon. However, “Yoko Ono” is also an individual figure, a contemporary artist. Her works are compact, including all the most common feelings and sensations of human life. 
Obscured by the glory of John Lennon, Yoko Ono persists in art creation as a contemporary artist despite Lennon not being by her side. The exploring of “individuality” of modern female artists on her was already not a problem and her work has already received an abundance of mixed reviews. Her individuality has been fully shown in her experiences and life.
Sponsor: Guangdong Museum of Art 
Co-sponsor: Ke Center for the Contemporary Arts, Shanghai; Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway
Curator: Yoko Ono
Exhibition Organizer: Gunna Guevara, Billiana Shrek

See also: FLY in Shanghai

 

Guangdong Museum of Art

广东美术馆

No. 38, Yan Yu Lane, Ersha Island, Guangzhou (二沙岛烟雨路38号)
Tel: 020 8735 1468
Open hours: 9:00-17:00, except Monday
Ticket: RMB 15,7,10,5


Public Traffic 
Buses that pass the museum:
Bus 89: Tianhe Bus Centre—GDMOA—Dashatou
Travel Line No.2: Tianhe Bus Centre—GDMOA—Zhongshan Ba Road
Bus 194: Guangyi Hospital—GDMOA—Huajin Xincheng Garden
Bus 248: Tangder Garden—GDMOA—Gexin Road
Bus 131: along the Pearl River

The museum is located on the Ersha Island, where the space and atmosphere add to the already brilliant exhibitions. You can take it easy here and enjoy art.

The Guangdong Museum of Art consists of twelve indoor exhibition halls covering an area of 8,000 square meters as well as an outdoor Sculpture Garden that is 5,000 square meters in size. Each year, the museum hosts nearly sixty exhibitions. The museum hosts a variety of exhibitions from smaller intimate looks at the work of contemporary artists to exhibitions larger in scale such as that of sculptor Henry Moore. Recently, the Guangdong Museum of Art has initiated a Triennial Exhibition of contemporary art, both Chinese and international. 

Every year, the museum displays a large exhibition of the museum’ s permanent collection of sculpture, painting, and ceramic work. The permanent collection includes contemporary artistic works of the coastal areas of China and Guangdong Province as well as work by overseas Chinese artists. In addition, the institution hosts exhibitions of artwork from various cultures within and without Asia as well as invitational exhibitions. The Guangdong Museum of Art also holds great importance to exhibiting work at artists’  requests every year.

The Guangdong Museum of Art is open from Tuesday – Sunday, 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., no admission after 4:30 p.m. Tickets cost 15 rmb with prices subject to change for special exhibitions. Discounts are available for students, teachers, and senior citizens with proper identification. 

 

Guide for Visitors 

Opening time: 9:00——17:00 (closed on Mondays,open on all holidays) 
Tel: 8735 1468 
Entrance ticket: full-price ¥15.00, ¥10.00 for groups and  ¥5.00 for student groups (special price for special exhibitions; ¥7.00 for students, army men, retired men; free senior persons of over 65, journalists and members of Guangdong Artists Association) 
Bus: No. 89, No. 194, No. 194, No. 248 , No.131A, Travel Bus Line 2, No.57 , No.18 , No.12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Guangzhou Today, www.moveandstay.com

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2009-02-23T21:32:00+00:00 February 23rd, 2009|Events & Exhibitions|