Inspirations from the Qing Dynasty
Chinese Traditional Shadow Play Figures Exhibition by Ming Ri Institute
The exhibition, consisting of 54 pieces of shadow figures from the Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), provides information on the characters of a period of Chinese traditional shadow play. In the early years of the dynasty, shadow play was widespread. Managers from the Manchu ethnic group members, sent to various parts of the country, had great affection for the shadow play, and therefore they would always carry a shadow play community with them when they went to their designated place. These figures were used in plays in the Hunan and Anhui regions of the dynasty and were made of paper and animal skin.
|Date - Time||Venue|
|5 -22 Mart 2020||Resim Heykel Müzesi Kültürpark Sanat Galerisi|