The Humanistic Museum Rock and Roll Art Journey
Phillip Jarrell's "Rock and Roll Art Journey" will be on exhibition at The Humanistic Museum, in Zhujiajiao Water Village, Shanghai
Phillip Jarrell's "Rock and Roll Art Journey" will be on exhibition at The Humanistic Museum in Zhujiajiao Water Village, Shanghai, from September 17th through October 16th 2016. There will be an official opening ceremony at the Museum on the 17th, where officials will commiserate the opening of the Art Exhibition, and The Zhujiajiao month long Music Festival.
On the 18th, there will be a live music concert on a nearby outdoor stage, where Phillip Jarrell and his 12 piece "Little Dragon Symphony" will perform a 10 song set of original material written over a period 40 years. The live concert will be followed by a reception style gathering at the museum for a more public celebration of the art exhibition.
The Exhibition is a collection of 29 Fine Art Photography images, which symbolizes the journey and lessons learned. Also on exhibition will be 13 custom, Jarrell Guitars which are played by award winning guitarist on tours around the world. And a favorite selection of the 72 magazine covers he was commissioned to photograph between 2003 and 2007, showing some of the most beautiful Celebrities in China.
Phillip Jarrell is best known as the song writer who co-writer the American Classic, number one hit song, "Torn Between Two Lovers" by Mary McGregor. The song has been recorded in many languages, including Cantonese, by Wang Faye. He is also co-founded of 5th Avenue Fashion Photography Studio in Shanghai, and Co-Founder of Jarrell Guitars.
Phillip Jarrell is a bridge between Eastern and Western Art and Music. He is a world traveler, and has lived in many great cities around the world, including New York, L.A., London, Paris, Munich, Hamburg, Milano. He calls Shanghai home since 2002 and has absorbed China in a wonderful way. He has been a watcher, a true listener, and can testify to the cultural differences, as well as to the many commonalities, we the people of the world have to share.
Jonathan Goodman, New York art critic, writer for Art In America Magazine and Sotheby's Asian Art has written about Phillip's fine art, saying "Phillip has created images of dream like environments, populated by mythical creatures, and beautiful women in stunning one of a kind costumes. Phillip uses ancient Chinese imagery shown in an ultra modern form. The prints are soaring with dramatic symbolism and pulsating colors." Each image of the limited editions are numbered, signed, and accompanied by a short writing by the artist.
Walk into the exhibition, and wonder through the creative world and works of self-discovery, in a step-by-step portrait of the inner workings and process of life. The adventure of growing and living a life well traveled. It is the personal story of the journey of life, and understanding of the artist Phillip Jarrell.
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