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On March 30th a major retrospective of Mucha's work opened at the Pearl Art Museum in Shanghai. This the first time the Mucha family collection has gone on display in China and marks the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and the Czech Republic. The show is curated by the Mucha Foundation's Tomoko Sato and executive director of the Pearl Art Museum, Li Dandan.
Featuring over 200 original posters, drawings, paintings, decorative works, jewelry, sculpture, books, photographs and personal belongings, including some that are on show for the very first time, the show reveals Mucha’s multifaceted nature as an artist. Split into six thematic sessions, the show highlights six facets of Mucha’s identity: Bohemian; picture artist for the people, international artist, mystic, patriot and philosopher. His best-known works from the turn of the century are on display alongside his more aspirational and contemplative works.