Adaptation of Nymph of the Luo River 

16. May - 18. May 14 / ended 5th Base Gallery


Exhibition | Drawing | London

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The exhibition shows the process of adapting the ancient Chinese Painting Nymph of the Luo River.

Nymph of the Luo River is a depiction of the famous prose-poem by Caozhi (AD 192–232). It talks about a doomed romance and describes a romantic encounter with the nymph, or goddess, of the Luo River in central China. 'Men and Gods must follow separate ways'.

A Chinese artist named Gu Kaizhi adapted this poem into a long-scroll painting. Chunhui attempts to make the painting into a 3D digital animation, to achieve this goal, Chunhui conducted a number of tests.

This exhibition includes 2D and 3D digital drawings, storyboard, and other media.

Private view 6pm Friday 16th May
Soft drink and snacks will be provided.

Opening hours:

17 May, 12am - 6pm
18 May, 12am - 6pm

Location: 5th Base Gallery, 23 Heneage St, London E1 5LJ

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