Seeking 'A Stitch in Time' at post-COVID art show

By Yang Xiaoyu | | Updated: 2020-05-18 17:00
Palestinian artist Bashir Makhoul's installation, Fata Morgana, is on show at The 4th Today's Documents – A Stitch in Time, at the Today Art Museum in Beijing on May 16, 2020. [Photo by Yang Xiaoyu/]

After remaining off-limits to the general public for months, the nation's public venues, including art spaces, have finally opened their doors to people seeking cultural enrichment, diversion and recreation in a post-pandemic era.

The past weekend saw visitors stream into the Today Art Museum in Beijing, eager to view its 4th triennial Today's Documents, which opened on Dec 13 but had been put on hold due to the viral outbreak.

Today's Documents, launched in 2007, has evolved to be a major exhibition of international contemporary art, committed to showcasing and promoting the experimental and academic value of contemporary Chinese art, as well as reflecting the latest advances of art in Asia and beyond, said Gao Peng, producer of the art show and the museum's former director.

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