Power and Beauty in China’s Last Dynasty: Concept and Design by Robert Wilson

The arts of the Chinese Qing court rivaled that of Europe’s great kingdoms. This opulence served to affirm imperial power and prestige, and also as stagecraft for the emperor’s leading role as “son of heaven.” “Power and Beauty in China’s Last Dynasty” presents treasures from the museum’s renowned collection of Chinese art, including rare court costumes, jades, lacquers, paintings, and sculpture. Mia’s curator of Chinese art, Liu Yang, has collaborated with celebrated artist, director, and New York-based stage designer Robert Wilson to create an experiential exhibition that engages the senses.

This exhibit is normally $20 ($16 for members) but members can see it for FREE on the following days:

  • 2/9/2018
  • 2/28/2018
  • 3/2/2018
  • 3/21/2018
  • 3/30/2018
  • 4/4/2018
  • 4/13/2018
  • 4/25/2018
  • 5/4/2018
  • 5/9/2018
  • 5/23/2018

By the way, did you know membership is FREE?

February 4 – May 27, 2018
Minneapolis Institute of Art