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Renowned Dutch Photographer Erwin Olaf's Exhibition (July 13-Oct.13)

Updated: 2019-07-15


Curator Karen Smith introduces the exhibition. (Photo by the Xie Zilong Photography Museum)

Parallel: Erwin Olaf
Venue: Xie Zilong Photography Museum, Changsha
Duration: July 13-October 13
Photographer: Erwin Olaf

Erwin Olaf is a renowned Dutch photographer popular with the Dutch royal family. He is a Dutch national treasure. He designed the Euro coins that the Dutch use every day. He won the Silver Lion Award at the Cannes International Advertising Festival and the Lucie Award for achievements in photography. His works have been collected by art museums and galleries around the world.

Erwin Olaf's photo works are recognized as an important part of Dutch cultural heritage. To celebrate his 60th birthday this year, Dutch museums and the Xie Zilong Photography Museum are displaying his works simultaneously.

A photo exhibition of Erwin Olaf, a renowned Dutch photographer who is popular with the Dutch royal family, opens in Changsha. (Photo by the Xie Zilong Photography Museum)

This is the first time for Erwin Olaf's works to be exhibited in central China. The exhibition displays 49 pieces of his classic representative works from early to late stage including Rain, Hope, and Grief series, fully presenting the artists' creative process in each period.


Photo exhibition by Erwin Olaf. (Photo by the Xie Zilong Photography Museum)

Tips

Ticket price: 30 yuan/person

Opening hours: 10:00-18:00 (closed on Mondays, except statutory holidays)

Address: No.387, Section 1, Xiaoxiang Road (S), Yanghu Street, Yuelu District, Changsha

How to get there:
-Take Bus No. 380, 26 or Express 26 and get off at Yanghu Wetland Park Station (洋湖湿地公园站);
-Take Bus No. 4 or 206 and get off at Xiangfu Road Bridge West Station (湘府路大桥西站)

Parking info:
Yanghu Wetland Park underground parking lot;
Parking lot under the Xiangfu Road Bridge

Tel: 0731-88991518
Official website: http://www.x-museum.com
Official WeChat Account: xzlmuseum

Chinese source: hn.chinanews.com; Xie Zilong Photography Museum official WeChat