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Ivé seen some very good exhibitions here - the Song Dong exhibition last year was exceptional. The curation is first-rate. It's a small museum, so they can really focus on one artist or theme quite well. Do review the web site though. The museum often...More
Trully a waste of time. The exhibition Systems has nothing to tell share or point out, just stupid colourful games for millenial children interested of show and of the spectacle side only. No beauty, no message, no art. I would honestly suspect the artist of...More
Have been there a few times and never disappointed. There is a small shop on ground floor, exhibitions on next floors and a cafe/library on top where you can chill and enjoy some books. You might need to check on the exhibition before as sometime...More
Absolute scam. Paid 50RMB each to see nothing but white walls. Asked for a refund but was refused. Explanation was that the empty space was a form of expression... are you kidding me? This place should be avoided at all costs.
Three floors of white, almost empty nothing in July 2017 . Top floor - sunlight through skylight may make afternoon patterns. Third floor light bulbs and a noise like running fingers round a glass. Other floor a projected clock and ill fitting blinds raised and...More
This was the first time I hear about this museum thanks to the recommendation of some friends and it was an absolute delight. Beautiful building and the Song Dong exhibition was really amazing. Great place for all contemporary art lovers.
The 1930s heritage Art Deco building in the historic Rockbund district very close to the famous Bund is lovely for those who like this period of architecture (I do!). I am not a fan of contemporary art and so it very much depend on one's...More
Having had high expectations with this venue being near the Bund and continually praised in Time Out Shanghai, I was hugely disappointed. It was very small and hosted a strange exhibition. Unfortunately one of the main art pieces on the whole 3rd floor was completely...More