MAZU — A Solo Exhibition by Giulio Acconci

June 27 – July 27, 2017 | Time: 1:30 - 5 p.m. | Macao Design Centre, Travessa da Fabrica, No 5. Macao

MazuGiulio Acconci was born in Macao, China, in 1972. His father was Oseo Acconci, an Italian sculptor turned building constructor, whose many works can still be seen around Macao, one of which being the Estoril bathing woman mosaic façade. As a child he studied at Santa Rosa primary school. He completed his primary and secondary studies in Yuet Wah College, graduating in 1989. The same year he moved to Italy where he studied Italian while working as a painter in a woodwork company based in Incisa Valdarno. In 1990 he began work as an assistant painter to Agostino Dessi, a renowned venetian mask maker who’s atelier is situated in the historical center of Florence. A year later he enrolled in the Istituto Spinelli for graphic design.

Before completing his course in 1993 he began work as a graphic designer for Sesamo Communicazione Visiva in Figline Valdarno. In 1995, his decision to pursue his other passion, music, together with his twin brother, brought him to Saluzzo, a small town in the province of Cuneo, near Torino. While working on his music, he continued working as a freelance graphic designer for advertisement projects in Saluzzo, Cuneo and Torino. His musical career brought him to London where he continued his work as a graphic designer in BT Openworld internet portal. In 2000 he moved back to Macao, where he worked as a free-lance graphic designer until 2003. Soon afterwards his music career took off.

In 2016, he began to explore his first passion, painting. With watercolour as his primary medium, he is developing a language of his own, drawing also from his experience as a graphic designer.

'Mazu' is Giulio Acconci's first solo exhibition.


The 5th Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo

July 7 - 9, 2017 | Location: Convention and Exhibition Center at The Venetian Resort Macao | Website

The 5th Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo “MITE” will be held at Hall D, Cotai Expo of The Venetian Macao. The 2017 Expo area will expand to 7,500 sqm with more than 410 standard booths, covering tourism categories including dining, accommodation, transportation, entertainment, sightseeing and shopping, featuring travel agencies, hotels, scenic spots, world heritage, intangible cultural heritage, tourism transportation, tourism-extended services, tourism supermarket, tourism media, and tourism e-commerce, as well as and other tourism-related service categories. The Expo includes tour operators, tourism related entities and enterprises from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan region, and overseas.

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5th Macao International Travel (industry) Expo

Kung Fu Panda Adventure Ice World with the
DreamWorks All-Stars

March 16 – September 17, 2017 | Location: Cotai Expo Hall F, The Venetian Macao | Website

Ice World is Asia’s largest annual indoor frozen wonderland created from thousands of blocks of multi-colored ice skillfully carved into amazingly detailed sculptures by a team of expert craftsmen from Harbin in northern China.

This year’s Ice World will be the most spectacular yet, featuring a host of colorful new DreamWorks Animation characters, vibrantly brought to life by dazzling light and stunning sound effects; along with themed games, savory snack, merchandise, character meet and greets for you and your family. The exhibition is kept at a special low-temperature so wrap up warm!



64th Macau Grand Prix

November 16 - 19, 2017 | Website

Recognized as the most internationally prestigious event on the local calendar, the legendary Macau Grand Prix - now edging into its sixth decade - pits the best motorcycle, WTCC and Formula 3 racers in the world against each other and the clock in dedicated competitions along the narrow, twisting Guia street circuit of Macao city. The high-pitched whine of racing engines, the roar of the crowd, and the adrenalin-charged atmosphere make for a colorful four days of non-stop, head-turning excitement.

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64th Macau Grand Prix