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China and Europe are linked by a long tradition of reciprocal cultural exchange. These transactions were particularly intensive during the Qing dynasty — , which is regarded as one of the key phases of Chinese cultural and political history.
Exquisite gifts were exchanged. European envoys attempted to establish official trade relations with China. But their efforts were in vain, as the Chinese established trade barriers, with the exception of the port of Canton — although they were very much interested in European science, art, and culture.
The exhibition illustrates the richly varied nature of this mutual fascination in objects ranging in date between and Highlights of the exhibition include impressive paintings, exquisite porcelain objects, a door from a wood-paneled room, as well as large-format photographs and copper engravings.
Today, only their ruins exist: British and French troops burned down the palaces and destroyed the extensive gardens during their Chinese campaign. Surprisingly, however, in this way they created a visual subject that was much-loved by European photographers after Until now, the reciprocity — and sheer variety — of cultural exchange between China and Europe has hardly been appreciated or shown in an exhibition setting.
The chosen objects offer impressive testimony to a long-lived and mutual interest between the two cultures. Interview with Michael Eissenhauer: Chinese ladies playing a board game, China, Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period — , 2nd half 18th c.