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China-Luxembourg Art Show & Art Talk “Sourcing Inspiration from the East” 【寻源东方】艺术沙龙

14 December 2019, 15:30-18:00

China Cultural Center in Luxembourg: 3 Boulevard Joseph II 1840 Luxembourg LUXEMBOURG

Join us with your family and friends for a pre-Christmas event on Saturday 14th December for an Art Talk with Tung-Wen Margue and Rose Jiang Wei, followed by an art paintings exhibition of artists Tung-Wen Margue and Shanqing Jiang.  


15:30-16:00: Registration & Welcome Afternoon Tea  

16:00-16:02: Welcome Address

16:03-16:05: Introduction of China Cultural Center in Luxembourg  

16:05-16:45: Art Talk with Tung-Wen Margue & Rose Jiang Wei  

  • A China-Luxembourg Art Connection
    • Introduction: Our China-Luxembourg art stories
  • Creativity: “Everybody can be an artist in their field”
    • Story telling: Sources of inspiration, how artists create
    • Creating: Examples & energies
  • Collecting: Art for all
    • Appreciating: Chinese and western art, an artist’s perspective
    • Collecting: what is “good” art, what can art “bring to you”

16:45-17:00: Q&A

17:00-18:00: Cocktails & Viewing Exhibition: The artists will give us more introductions to their artworks. Don’t miss it!

 Tung-Wen Margue  

Born in Luxembourg in 1959. After studying at the National School of Fine Arts of Paris, Tung-Wen Margue graduated with a degree in Fine Arts from the University Of Sorbonne of Paris I.  Even though identifying as a Western artist, Tung-Wen Margue’s work shows a deep understanding of Eastern spiritual imagery. In his works, rigid Western modeling and structure become more relaxed; he controls the soft fluidity and the rhythm of form and color. From a carefree form emerge images of the earth enveloped by poetry. The tranquil “Chinese essence” of his paintings gives us a sense of warmth. This warmth cannot be accomplished merely by living in Beijing for a few months. It comes from his Chinese mother’s early enlightenment, a diffuse ambience of the love, study, practice of Eastern thought and culture that he has carried with him ever since.

Shanqing Jiang

Shanqing Jiang was born in Zhejiang in 1961. Right from childhood he showed a great interest in seal carving and literature. At the age of 22 he became a pupil of the great Master Qian Juntao and specialized in calligraphy, painting and seal carving. He has often been invited to hold solo exhibitions in China and abroad. Many of his paintings have been bought by institutional collectors as well as by private collectors, such as Bill Gates and Daisaku Ikeda. He also attracts attention not only through the articles he writes for Chinese and foreign reviews and magazines, but also as a prose writer, as a poet and as an expert of antique writings on bamboo.

Rose Jiang Wei

Art Consultant and Researcher of Contemporary Art

Since the late 1990s, Rose has been promoting Chinese contemporary art in Europe and actively involving exchanges between Chinese and Western art. She was one of the first batches of professionals involved in contemporary art in China, with nearly 20 years of experience in the field. Rose studied art history at Sorbonne University in Paris and the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. She conducted her PhD research on Chinese contemporary art at the China National Art Academy in Beijing.  Rose acted as an independent curator organizing exhibitions in Luxembourg and France in the late 90’s. And as from 2004 when she moved to live in Beijing with her family, she was the art director of the well-known Beijing Courtyard Gallery. In later years, she founded her own gallery “Art Channel” in Beijing. During this period, she held a great number of exhibitions and activities of Chinese and international artists.


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