Exhibition Time: October 26 - November 19, 2017
Guardian Art Centre has presented the “Commissioned Landscapes: Blue & White and Enameled Porcelains of the Seventeenth Century” exhibition as one of its important exhibitions after the opening ceremony. Jointly organized with Classy Society (Jiaqu Yaji), the Guardian Art Center hosts a porcelains exhibition to show the remarkable skills of blue and white and enameled porcelains. This exhibition focuses on the quintessential porcelain of Jingdezhen from the 17th century, representing the allure of porcelain artistry that captivates audiences both domestically and abroad from a thematic perspective. During the 17th century, an era characterized by commercial prosperity and liberation of mind, China was perched at a historical inflection point. It was during this epoch that the porcelain production in Jingdezhen flourished, ascending to an unparalleled zenith of ceramic artistry.