The Mills College Art Museum is pleased to present Hung Liu: Offerings, a rare opportunity to experience two of the Oakland-based artist’s most significant large-scale installations: Jui Jin Shan (Old Gold Mountain) (1994) and Tai Cang—Great Granary (2008). These Hung Liu images examine the themes of memory, history, and cultural identity through works that navigate the life-long liminal experiences of immigration and homecoming. Accompanied by related paintings and prints, Jui Jin Shan and Tai Cang serve as memorials to the past while acknowledging the rapidly changing cultural dynamics in contemporary China. Hung Liu: Offerings runs through 17 March 2013.
A link to the exhibition is here.