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The work of Chinese artist Zhang Huan is being featured through late August at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. The West Michigan cultural attraction is hosing "Looking East, Facing West: The World of Zhang Huan," a retrospective of his work.
From the Ashes - of performance artist Zhang Huan, best known for his works from the 1990s and his most recent sculptures and installations. Zhang worked in New York from 1998 to 2005, where he cooperated with renowned art museums and galleries to
When Diane von Furstenberg was 22 years old and just starting out in the fashion business, she dreamed that one day she would sell a dress to every woman in China. As a child, she had read about the country in Tin Tin's Blue Lotus adventure book...In
EDT Semele The Canadian Opera Company At the Four Seasons Centre in Toronto on Thursday Chinese visual artist Zhang Huan says he knows nothing about opera, yet he has some good ideas about Handel's Semele . They are written down in his director's
The Canadian Opera Company's season-closing production of George Frideric Handel's Semele has a unique centrepiece a ornately carved temple from the Ming Dynasty . Since 2007, the Buddhist building has been the property of the celebrated visual/
Work is being done to prepare the site of the new massive outdoor stainless steel sculpture called Rising, by Chinese artist Zhang Huan. It will stand outside the Living Shangri-La on University Avenue in Toronto...PM EDT There's still a crane on top
Zhang Huan, known to be Asia's tallest man, with his height measuring 2.38 meters, lifts the 1.02-meter smallest man in China Xu Guoyuan as they arrive at a train station in Southwest China's Chongqing municipality, March 29, 2011. The eye-catching
On a chilly morning in Beijing earlier last month, the American fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg was getting theatrical in the conference room of an art gallery in the city's 798 Arts District. She was dressed elegantly in a black-and-white
It's no surprise that the Middle Kingdom wants its popular art piece Three Heads Six Arms to return back home sometime next year. But that isn't stopping San Francisco from raising funds to pay what it owes for hosting the exhibit in Civic Center.
Reporter A $70,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts will help pay for the cost incurred to have the popular Zhang Huan Three Heads Six Arms massive sculpture in the Civic Center plaza...The Board of Supervisors approved spending the