8-15 November 2020
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How Johnny Sees Me, 2009, by Zhou Xiaoping

[Exhibition] Zhou Xiaoping: Spiritual Bonding between Land and People

Event Organiser Name: 
Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture, Western Sydney University
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Date: 
Monday, July 27, 2020 - 10:00 to Friday, November 20, 2020 - 15:00
Cost of Entry: 
FREE
Event Venue: 
Currently the audio & visual exhibition is online and will move to the physical exhibition at a late date at the gallery of Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture Gallery, Building EA.G.03, Parramatta South Campus, Western Sydney University
City/Town: 
Parramatta
Post Code: 
2150
State: 
NSW
How Johnny Sees Me, 2009, by Zhou Xiaoping
[Exhibition] Zhou Xiaoping: Spiritual Bonding between Land and People
The artist Zhou Xiaoping has spent the last 30 years travelling to and from remote Arnhem Land communities, getting to know Aboriginal culture first hand and learning from and collaborating with Aboriginal artists such as Jimmy Pike and Johnny Bulunbulun. Zhou Xiaoping has developed his unique approach to art, drawing on his knowledge and inspiration from both Aboriginal art and Chinese art. The cross-cultural influences have become the trademark of his oeuvre and made his art exceptional. The exhibition starts online on 27 July 2020 and will move to the physical exhibition at a late date. Here is the link to the exhibition: https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/aciac/exhibitions2/zhou_xiaoping_spiritual_bonding_between_land_and_people