August 10st of 2018
This previous week, Jardin Orange received the distinguished British guests Mr. Philip Dodd (the well-known media / writer / art investor who brought V&A, a famous British art museum, to Shenzhen) and his partner Enrica.
"I've never seen an art business model quite like JO anywhere in the world. This company is offering something really unique in that it brings B2B and B2C clients to the artists and their works directly (including graphic designs and art products) while protecting their intellectual copyright interests. Many of my joint ventures would be quite interested in visiting to see it themselves .Hopefully, then, we can bring Chinese Street art to the West together," Mr. Philip said.
August 1th of 2018
This first annual summer camp was aimed at building children's creative inspiration. Together, with Oki Doki Home and Yuyan Education in Guangzhou, we developed a unique six-day / five-night camp for kids. We broke out of the routine days of schooling and lessons and brought children to the art residency so that they could interact with our resident artists, to live and play around Sofunland.
For the six days / five nights' stay, we carefully designed a plethora of activities, such as: astronomy, problem-solving activities, cooking skills, outdoor games, skateboarding.
The kids reported to their parents at the end of the camp that they enjoyed new friendships, practiced gratitude and independent learning.
November of 2017
The city's arts continue to advance to the center, the Science Park Oriental Information Harbor wall painting, next week you can rob fresh photos!
October of 2017
The universe's first Los Chicanos Childrens Park was born in Chongqing! Other Chinese real estate companies should have this attitude for developing spin-off ideas for their properties. This unique project shows how art should not be shelved, but really come into our children's playground space from a young age. Surrounding them with creative designs, their own imagination can soar!
November 17st of 2017
Amanda Wei Gallery Group Exhibition
"Meeting of Styles"
Opening: Friday, Nov 17st. 2017@5pm - 9pm
From 17st November. till 7st December 2017
Amanda Wei Gallery
Shop B, Lower Ground Floor Wilson House
A balinese dignitary and his wife came to Jardin Orange on Friday, October 21. He and his party were extremely amiable, and they all literally gave the art residency a "thumbs-up" approval. Mr. Bapak Agung said at the end of his visit: “As soon as I walked in here, I felt that your project would be a success!” So, inspired by such words of support, we intend to keep up the good work!
September 1st of 2017
CEET Fouad will have a solo exhibition “Raining Colors" at the new Amanda Wei Art Gallery in Hong Kong. Not only known for his prevalent graffiti art featured on buildings around the world, CEET is also a prolific canvas and sculpture artist. Join us on September 1st at our new associate gallery and see CEET’s latest explorations of his “drippy” Chicano chickens on canvas.
July and August of 2017
All around SoFun Land, there are a myriad of sewage covers, water hydrants, walls and streets that are begging to be turned into something more interesting! We have 7 creative thinkers who have been willing to participate in a “street art” competition, where local art fans “take over” a space or make an everyday object creatively interact with its environment. We have new murals and installations appearing!
May 20th to June 10th of 2017
ISZAF First Show
The ‘ISZAF First Show' Is a collection of work from a few of it's groups members. This showcases 11 artists who represent over 8 nationalities and different styles of visual art. It is ISZAF’s goal and desire to connect visual artists of all backgrounds, styles and disciplines into one network and community in hopes to strengthen creative development in Southern China. This show is the beginning of what ISZAF hopes as an organised body will be the first of many collaborative shows to come."
May 28th to June 18th of 2017
In conjunction with the French Embassy, Jardin Orange is presenting a French Culture and Art Festival@ Mission Hills Mall in Shenzhen - lasting from May 28th to June 18th. Come enjoy urban art the fun way, let’s celebrate together on 28th. Series of different activities are designed on every weekend, do not miss out any of them. (Venue: http://www.mhmall.com/en-us/index.html)
May of 2017
The timing for CEET Fouad’s first solo show in China couldn’t be better. In honour of the year of the Rooster, his Chicanos are being heralded as the “comical, yet auspicious” ambassador for Jardin Orange. The title of the show gives hint to the rule-breaking and unexpected changes you will see in his most recent pieces of art.
March 18th, 2017
We will be showing at 3pm in our main JO gallery this epic film by Banksy. It is a free event, though spaces will be limited shortly after the film begins. Afterwards, we will host a discussion around the controversy of urban artists, contemporary art market and business.
February 25th, 2017
This is one of the newest galleries in the city; it is full of art canvases from the most renown and popular artists in the world. This is an event that is totally open to the public — there is no need for invitation. We hope you can really feel the different styles and notice the amazing techniques and colors of each talented artist inside! After Saturday, the gallery will be open for viewing one month, by appointment… please contact us if interested.
November 25-28th, 2016
September 24-25th, 2016
This weekend, September 24-25th, Jardin Orange Artist Residency has invited 11 graffiti writers and artists to spray paint around the area of SoFun Land in the north of Nanshan district of Shenzhen. From approximately 11am -6pm each day, the artists will be working independently or collaboratively to cover old walls with new, dynamic designs and colors. We have a diverse mix of styles and ideas!The hard work, collaboration and creativity is sure to be very inspiring.
June 25th, 2016
During the two weeks leading up to this showing on June 25th, we experienced some of th hottest days of the year. However, this didn’t stop the large number of attendees from arriving to the event. Nearly 500 guests came from across the world in order to see the murals and canvases that the artists created during their stay: Europeans, Hong Kong residents, South Americans, and Chinese residents of Chengdu, Shanghai, and Shenzhen proper were also there.