The Galaxy Entertainment Group Foundation (“GEG Foundation”) on Tuesday unveiled the non-profit GalaxyArt Gallery and presented its first art exhibition “Juxtapose” at Galaxy Macau.
As a special exhibition of the 2nd “Art Macao: Macao International Art Biennale 2021” hosted under the auspices of the Secretariat for Social Affairs and Culture and the Secretariat for Economy and Finance, and organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau and the Macao Government Tourism Office of the Macau SAR Government, “Juxtapose” features a series of giant metal sculptures designed by Malaysian artist Tang Mun Kian and reflects on Macau’s long-standing customs, history and culture. The exhibition will be open to the public for free starting Tuesday.
Director of GEG, Mr. Philip Cheng, said: “GEG is very honored to present the ‘Juxtapose’ exhibition, participate in the Macau SAR Government’s ‘Art Macao’, and to have opened this brand-new art gallery for local residents and tourists. GEG actively explores and introduces different products to help enrich the city’s arts and cultural scene, and we continually contribute to Macau’s development as a ‘World Center of Tourism and Leisure’.”
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