Culture Beat: Art show promotes cultural interaction
Published: Jun 13, 2024 10:08 PM


The art exhibition Valle y Mar Sin Fin by Domènec Corbella recently opened in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong Province. Curated by Zeng Xi and Li Huashuai, the exhibition features 28 works from Corbella's Valley and Ocean series, which are deeply influenced by Chinese philosophy. The exhibition also incorporates an AI visual search engine, offering visitors a new tech-enhanced art experience.

Corbella deeply felt the inherent characteristics of sea water and the power it evoked, and depicted this power in the form of painting. Professor Wei Xiaoyong, former dean of the China Academy of Art, has praised and recognized Corbel-la's painting philosophy. Another highlight of this exhibition experience is the introduction of an AI visual search engine, which allows visitors to use Chance Art AI to interact with the works.

The exhibition symbolizes the friendly relations between Shenzhen and Barcelona and reflects the importance of cul-tural exchanges between China and the West. The organizers expressed that Shenzhen is set to become a new hub for contemporary culture and art. This exhibition not only promotes cultural interaction but also enhances the international dissemination and influence of Shenzhen's culture. The exhibition is set to run until July 10.