Terracotta Warriors at Discovery Times Square

by Orlando S. Gondar, Aug.15, 2012

Discover why many consider China’s First Emperor and his remarkable Terracotta Warriors the eight wonder of the world. I went to see this a few days ago at Discovery in Times Square so If you ended up missing the exhibit there’s no need to fret, Enjoy the video! Shot on my GH2 and sort of incognito mode so i could film most of it as is the case with these things.

The Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses are the most significant archaeological excavations of the 20th century. Each warrior stands 6 feet tall and is over 2,000 years old. The show also included a collection of more than 200 ancient treasures and artifacts. The figures vary in height according to their roles, with the tallest being the generals. The figures include warriors, chariots and horses. Current estimates are that in the three pits containing the Terracotta Army there were over 8,000 soldiers, 130 chariots with 520 horses and 150 cavalry horses, the majority of which are still buried in the pits near by Qin Shi Huang’s mausoleum. Other terracotta non-military figures were also found in other pits and they include officials, acrobats, strongmen and musicians.

Orlando S. Gondar
Orlando S. Gondar is a native New Yorker, and NYC based artist. He received his BFA for Film and Video with a minor in Art History from Pratt Institute in 2010 and has since freelanced and operated OSGFilms.com. He wears many hats around here and currently runs OSGFilms.com single handily. i.e. writes all the articles, shoots and edits all the videos, graphic designs / codes the site, creates images, does the photography etc, you get the idea. Hope you enjoy what you see, Thank You for visiting and come again soon!
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2 Comments


    • Maya
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    • December 13, 2012

    I once was at a Pompeii exhibit much like that one, and I wanted to get it on film, so I had to use a cellphone and sort of in incognito, too.

      • Orlando S. Gondar
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      • December 13, 2012

      I think i managed to make it look fairly intentional so i am glad. There is another post i did of an exhibit at The Met (Alexander MCqueen) which didn't come out so great so its nice when it works out, incognito can be no fun sometimes. Did you get any images? i could add some to the gallery! =)

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