Some stuff I liked at the 广州美术馆:
I like how the snow in this is three-dimensional:
"Sing drunkenly while charging into the snow, and you can accomplish many goals"
Wu Jinhua, Porcelain, 2008
That's my own attempt at an English translation of the title. A less literal translation would be:
"Forge ahead bravely toward challenges, and you can accomplish anything"
You can see the full work here.
Next are two self-shadow-portraits I took in a room that was part of an exhibition called "Environment Chromatic-Interference":
"Environment under the Intervention of Color (Color Interference)"
Carlos Cruz-Díez, 2010
Next are two statues in the sculpture garden made 26 years apart:
Left: "Daughter of the Sea"
Tang Daxi, Bronze, 1974
Right: "We won't be Distressed any more in the New Century"
Huang Yongyu, Bronze, 2000
Note that the woman on the left is carrying an assault rifle! In Communist China, women don't just rivet! :)
The one on the right reminds me of the art style from Aeon Flux.
This is such a sad-looking Einstein:
Pan He, Bronze, 1985
And finally, this is not from the museum at all, but how can you not love my cousin's daughter's adorable plush pig? :D