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The first UK solo exhibition of the Taiwanese ink painting artist, featuring work produced over the last 20 years.

Wu Lan-Chiann may use a traditional medium, but her paintings are wholly contemporary in concept. From a young age she has devoted her work to exploring the themes and values that connect people across time and place, drawing on both Asian and Western influences.

This exhibition has been displayed in reverse chronological order to reveal her evolution as an artist. Her style combines distinctive brushwork with delicate colour.

Museum of East Asian Art

12 Bennett Street, Bath, Somerset, BA1 2QJ

01225 464640

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Wed-Fri 11am-4pm (last entry at 3.30pm)
Sat 10am-5pm (last entry at 3.30pm)

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Closed between Christmas and New Year (please check the museum website for details)

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Our vision is to inspire and connect cultures through a better understanding of how artistic creativity has developed through the centuries and been influenced by political and cultural contexts.

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