“Germany in Kunming”— Music from Two Worlds As part of the Germany in Kunming series in collaboration with the German consulate, Nordica presents a Concert featuring works by both Chinese and German Composers including Bach, Brahms, and Beethoven as well as Chinese traditional pieces. Performers include Chinese artists pianist Lilong, flutist Hong Xin, guzhen […]
The new group from Scandinavia is here. The welcoming performance will be a presentation of our physical and emotional journey from our country; Sweden, to a country far away; China. Follow our journey through music, dance, media and drama.
We are proud and glad to invite you to a camp for children and parents from Kunming, interested in developing their piano playing skills and music awareness. The camp will contain individual lessons with focus on every
INTERVIEW BY ANDREW COHEN(ArtAsiaPacific) FROM MAR/APR 2011 Via: ArtAsiaPacific Mao Xuhui, the idealistic leader of the mid-1980s Southwest Art Group, which included Zhang Xiaogang and Pan Dehai, has never strayed far from Kunming and Gui Mountain in Yunnan province, the wellspring of his creativity. ArtAsiaPacific contributor Andrew Cohen spoke with the artist about his life and work in […]
Soil for the Cultivation of Values Luo Fei, TCG Nordica Gallery Director Through thirty years of reform and opening, China is now the world’s third largest economy, and is expected to overtake Japan next year to become the world’s second largest economy after the United States. While this rapid and effective economic growth has brought […]
Extending the Love Even if the report of the pandemic of AIDS in China and the world is just one line of news, the occurrence of AIDS, from the people involved in sexual business, drug users and homosexual people to common people, from red-light district, drug dealers, gay bars to common families, it seems like […]
Chinese Contemporary Art in a Transitional Era For the exhibition of Chinese Contemporary Art –Identity and Transformation Foreword I felt a great pressure when I tried to write this essay. I’m sure that this pressure is common to anybody who attempts to characterize and describe Chinese contemporary art. None of us is able to define […]