Streaming video

Title Ju Ming / by Tan Siok Siok
Published Singapore : Looking Glass International, 2005

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Description 1 online resource (50 min.)
Series Art and architecture in video
Summary Ju Ming is celebrated as one of today's greatest living Chinese sculptors. This is a story of a native Taiwanese sculptor who has made Chinese art visceral and accessible to people around the globe. From his debut exhibition at the Max Hutchinson Gallery in New York to the famous Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the Place Vendome in Paris, Ju Ming's sculptures have gained worldwide recognition. In 2004, Ju Ming was granted the final exhibit at the Hakone Open-Air Museum's year-long twenty-fifth anniversary celebrations, where he had the honour of exhibiting alongside the permanent collection of works by Rodin, Henry Moore and Picasso. We look into the life of a man to understand his motivations and inspirations along with those extraordinary 'crossing moments' that had influenced and made significant impact on his life
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed Apr. 10, 2014)
This edition in Taiwanese and English with subtitles in English
Subject Zhu, Ming, 1938-
Zhu, Ming, 1938-
Art, Asian.
Sculpture.
Art, Asian.
Sculpture.
Genre/Form Documentary film.
Form Streaming video
Author Panicker, Remesh K.
Tan, Siok Siok.
Oak3 Films (Firm)