Old famous works of calligraphy were written to be read, if not also written to be deliberately shown. That said, not reading and just taking a good look, fulfils the intention of the calligrapher. Doing so creates a chance to gaze into the heart of the writer. Each work reflects a labourious process of writing. Tracing the brushstrokes with your eyes can also reveal the writer’s state of mind. This special exhibition features masterpieces from 4th century China, composed by Wang Xizhi, as well as rare Japanese works throughout the ages. Calligraphy is an expressive gift of written words. Visit now and be inspired by the ancient art of brush and ink.