Список Музеев и Картинных галерей Китая

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Список Музеев и Картинных галерей: Пекин

Пекин - Музеи и художественные галереи в Пекин, включая некоммерческие центры и галереи, государственные учреждения и частные предприятия.

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Beijing Folk Arts Museum 82 West Gate of Inner Street, Wanping Town, Lugou Bridge, Fengtai District Telephone: -
The Beijing Hutong Zhang Folk Art Museum brings traditional Beijing culture to life. Zhang Yujun, for whom the museum is named, decided to share his love for his culture with others. Yujun emphasizes the "hutong" (ancient Beijing alleys) aspect of Chinese culture in different ways throughout the museum.
Beijing Museum of Contemporary Art 500, Daxingzhuang, Tongzhou District, Beijing Telephone: +861089578367
The Museum of Contemporary Art Beijing (MoCA Beijing) is located at the Art Center Park in Songzhuang Town, Beijing. The Art Center Park encompasses nearly fifty acres of creativity and activity space bringing forth a natural, quiet, and peaceful environment. MoCA Beijing is committed to the exchange and promotion of contemporary art. It was formed so as to develop the state of contemporary art in a systematic and extensive way focusing on academia, literature, and exhibitions to foster interaction and integration from multi perspectives and levels to cooperate with one another. Every year MoCA Beijing collaborates with other international museums and holds three to five exhibitions and a nomination show by independent curators. MoCA Beijing also organizes the collaboration of international artists and a platform for academic and information exchange.
Capital Museum 16 Fuxingmen Outer St, Xicheng Qu, Beijing Shi Telephone: +861063393339
The Capital Museum is an art museum in Beijing, China. It opened in 1981 and moved into its present building in 2006, which houses a large collection of ancient porcelain, bronze, calligraphy, painting, jade, sculpture, and Buddhist statues from imperial China as well as other Asian cultures. Part of the museum's collections were formerly housed in the Confucius Temple on Guozijian Road in Beijing.
China Printing Museum No.1,Xinghua Avenue, Beijing, Daxing District Telephone: +861060261238
The China Printing Museum is a museum dedicated to printing in Beijing, China. It is situated inside the Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication (zh) campus at Qingyuanlu Station of subway line 4, in Daxing District, Beijing.
Guanfu Museum (private) No.18 Jinzhan South Road, Jinzhan Country, Chaoyang District Telephone: +861064338887
Guanfu Museum is an art museum in Beijing, China. It was founded by Ma Weidu in 18th 1997, and it was among the first private museums in the People's Republic of China. The Guanfu Museum is a non-profit organization and it has a qualification of Independent Legal Entity. Ancient Chinese ceramics, furniture, doors and windows; Contemporary Chinese oil paintings; sculptures, jade and so on.
Lu Xun Museum 19 Gongmenkou 2nd Alley, Xicheng Qu, Beijing Shi Telephone: +861066156549
The Lu Xun Museum is a museum in Fucheng Gate Avenue, Beijing, China. The buildings in which the museum situated at was Lu Xun's former Beijing residence. The writer's house museum was established in 1956. The museum is dedicated to Lu Xun's life and achievements and features large quantities of scripts, photos, pictures related to Lu. In addition to materials related to Lu Xun, the museum contains a large collection of artworks
National Art Museum of China 1 Wusi St, Dongcheng Qu, Beijing Shi Telephone: +861064001476
It is one of the largest art museums in China, and is funded by the Ministry of Culture. Its permanent collection includes both ancient and contemporary Chinese artworks as well as notable Western artworks. Although the museum contains collection of imperial Chinese art, its main mission is to serve as a national level art museum dedicated to displaying, collecting and researching the modern and contemporary artistic works of China. It has a main building of four stories, the first three being display areas. There are 21 exhibition halls at the museum.
National Museum of China 16 E Chang'an Ave, Dongcheng Qu Telephone: +861065116400
The National Museum of China flanks the eastern side of Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China. The museum's mission is to educate about the arts and history of China. It is directed by the Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China. It is one of the largest museums in the world, and with nearly 7.6 million visitors in 2016, the National Museum of China was the most visited museum in the world.
Palace Museum (Forbidden City) 4 Jingshan Front St, Dongcheng Qu, Beijing Shi Telephone: +861085007421
The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty—the years 1420 to 1912. It is in the center of Beijing, China, and now houses the Palace Museum. It served as the home of emperors and their households as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government for almost 500 years. The collections of the Palace Museum are based on the Qing imperial collection. According to the results of a 1925 audit, some 1.17 million pieces of art were stored in the Forbidden City. In addition, the imperial libraries housed a large collection of rare books and historical documents, including government documents of the Ming and Qing dynasties.
Shangyuan Art Museum Shangyuan Village, Changping District, Bejing Telephone:+861060635299
Some Chinese poets and critics speak of Shangyuan Art Scene as a utopia of art, which is to say that in a standardized, uniform society, Shangyuan Art Scene is in search of a certain kind of difference, whereby each individual, each creative self, every creative living entity is honored for the way in which they seek their value and meaning of life. This utopia of art is the achievement of poet Cheng Xiaobei and a group of artists, poets, writers and architects. Beginning in 2000, they raised funds by themselves and searched for a suitable location north of Beijing, at the foot of the Yan mountains. After 7 years spent in site-selection, organizing, planning, and actual construction, the first stage of this modern architectural complex, with over 19,700 square meters of total floorage on 30,000 square meters of land was finished in late 2007. This complex, comprising 21 works of original modern architecture, includes a salon space, library, exhibition hall, open-air platform (from which you can see Yan mountains), video room, Liang Sicheng Memorial Exhibit Hall, cafe, writers’ apartments, artists’ studios, etc.