German artist's exhibition underway in Taicang | Updated: July 9, 2024


German artist Crow stands at the exhibition hall of the Hismoon Gallery in Taicang. [Photo/WeChat account: gh_5d51cb296177]

The solo exhibition "Exposed" by German artist Crow officially opened its doors for free on July 6 and is set to captivate art enthusiasts until Aug 31 at the Hismoon Gallery in Taicang, a county-level city under the jurisdiction of Suzhou in East China's Jiangsu province.

Renowned for his prowess in various artistic domains including painting, writing, performance art, and music, Crow extends a warm invitation to the audience to delve into his diverse artistic creations and embark on a personal journey through the "Exposed" exhibition.

The exhibits include a captivating array of brand-new installations, sculptures, paintings, engravings, and photographs, with 60 percent of the exhibited pieces crafted by Crow in Taicang and an impressive 90 percent being unveiled for the first time.

Exploring profound existential questions such as "What am I?", "Where do I come from?", and "Where am I heading?" through these works, Crow's unique perspectives and innovative methods offer deep insights into the world.

Reflecting on his experience, Crow said, "I've heard that Taicang is referred to as the 'home of German enterprises'. When I actually arrived here, I felt a genuine connection. It's truly meaningful to hold a solo exhibition in such a place."

Since the elevation of China and Germany's bilateral relations to a comprehensive strategic partnership in March 2014, a stable foundation has been established for Sino-German cooperation, with culture serving as a continuous source of enrichment.

The Taicang High-Tech Zone, a pivotal hub for Sino-German collaboration, has witnessed a plethora of engaging events ranging from German beer festivals and poetry readings to artistic salons, fostering a vibrant cultural exchange.

The introduction of collaborative initiatives such as the Sino-German friendship kindergarten, FC Bayern Football School, and dual vocational training center has seamlessly integrated German elements into various aspects of life in Taicang, from cuisine to architecture to culture, attracting a growing number of German residents to the city.


Exhibits by German artist Crow at Hismoon Gallery in Taicang. [Photo/WeChat account: gh_5d51cb296177]