Now with artworks from over 30 artists, On Sharks & Humanity has reached its third destination: China.
This is an incredibly exciting time for the exhibition. Not only is it being presented in a cultural hotspot – the museum houses an exceptional collection of historic Chinese artefacts – it is situated within a building that attracts 7.5 million visitors per year. Moreover, this is a unique exhibition in the museum’s history, as it is the only environmentally-themed exhibit to ever be displayed there.
If you’re in Beijing, the exhibition is open now, so don’t miss out. Already seen it and want to see more? Parkview Green is hosting other events and exhibitions to coincide with the exhibit.
Press and special guests were invited to attend the opening of the exhibition – and they had a sneak preview of the various works, as well. Speaking at the press conference, WildAid Founder and Managing Director Peter Knights discussed the important role of sharks in relation to the health and wellbeing of our oceans. The museum’s Deputy Director Chen Lusheng also spoke at the event, along with Parkview Arts Action’s founder Mr. George Wong. Following the opening preview and the press conference, an opening ceremony was held to celebrate the contributions of all those who had helped bring the exhibition to Beijing.