The Dog’s Notes

Inspired by observing dogs, artist Poren Huang borrowed the figures of human being’s best friend to use in his sculptures to present human behaviors, emotions and characteristics.

Now, a series of his works titled “dogs notes” is on display at OffLINE at CENTRAL BOOKING.

Sinovision Journal reporter Jane Stone went to the exhibition and brings you the story.

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