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Aurora Museum 99 Fucheng Rd, LuJiaZui, Pudong Xinqu, Shanghai Shi Telephone: +862158408899
If you put one museum on your Shanghai hit list, make it the new Aurora Museum – an exquisite collection of ancient Chinese porcelain, jade, pottery and sculpture in an exceptional modern space.
China Art Museum 205 Shangnan Rd, Pudong Xinqu, Shanghai Shi Telephone: +864009219021
The China Art Museum, also called the China Art Palace , is a museum of modern Chinese art located in Pudong, Shanghai, China. The museum is housed in the former China Pavilion of Expo 2010. It is one of the largest art museums in Asia. The China Art Museum has a collection of about 14,000 artworks, mainly of Chinese modern art.
Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai 231 Nanjing W Rd, RenMin GuangChang, Huangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi Telephone: +862163279900
Founded in 2005, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai ( MoCA, Shanghai) is a private museum centrally located in People's Park on West Nanjing Road. MoCA, Shanghai is committed to promote contemporary art and design, with an aim to cultivate the appreciation of contemporary art and design for the general public. It's our mission to introduce arts to the public and foster cultural exchange between Shanghai and the world.
Power Station of Art 200 Huayuangang Rd, Huangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi Telephone: +862131108550
Established on Oct. 1st, 2012, the Power Station of Art (PSA) is the first state-run museum dedicated to contemporary art in mainland China. It is also home to the Shanghai Biennale. Standing tall by Shanghai’s mother river, the Huangpu River, PSA now occupies an area of 42-thousand square meters. With an internal height of 27 meters, the museum now houses exhibition sections that add up to 15-thousand square meters, and its 165-meter chimney, being an independent exhibition space, has also become an integral part of Shanghai’s world-famous skyline.
Rockbund Art Museum 20 Huqiu Rd, Huangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi Telephone: +862133109985
The Rockbund Art Museum is a contemporary art museum in central Shanghai, China. The museum is on Huqiu Road, in the former Royal Asiatic Society building completed in 1933 near The Bund waterfront. The museum is dedicated to being an influential, innovative, sustainable organization devoted to the promotion of projects within the field of international contemporary art.[citation needed] There are no permanent collections. Featured Chinese artists have included Cai Guo-Qiang and Zeng Fanzhi
Shanghai Museum 201 Renmin Ave, RenMin GuangChang, Huangpu Qu Telephone: +862163723500
The Shanghai Museum is a museum of ancient Chinese art, situated on the People's Square in the Huangpu District of Shanghai, China. Rebuilt at its current location in 1996, it is considered one of China's first world-class modern museums. The museum has a collection of over 120,000 pieces, including bronze, ceramics, calligraphy, furniture, jades, ancient coins, paintings, seals, sculptures, minority art and foreign art. The Shanghai Museum houses several items of national importance, including one of three extant specimens of a "transparent" bronze mirror from the Han Dynasty.
Long Museum Pudong No. 210,Lane 2255, Luoshan Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai Telephone: 021-68778787
Founded by Chinese couple collectors, Mr. Liu Yiqian and his wife, Ms. Wang Wei, the Long Museum owns two huge places for exhibition and related functions: Long Museum Pudong and Long Museum West Bund. Located respectively in Pudong New Area and Binjiang, Xuhui District, they constitute a unique ecosystem of art in Shanghai: “One City, Two Museums.” As the largest private institution of collection in China, the Long Museum boasts of the richest collection nationwide. The main part of the Museum has four floors: the basement is the public education area with a reading room and an academic auditorium; the first floor is mainly devoted to contemporary art of varied themes, along with other recreational facilities such as an art shop and an art café; on the second floor is the permanent exhibition area for the unique “red classics,” where the panorama of the artistic creations from the Yan’an Period to the Reform and Opening Up is systematically presented; the third floor contains a permanent exhibition hall and a temporary one for traditional Chinese art, featuring calligraphy and painting, and spaces for displaying ancient Chinese artifacts and furniture.
Long Museum West Bund 3398 Longteng Avenue, Xuhui District Shanghai Telephone: 021-64227636
It is located at the center of the West Bund Culture Corridor in Binjiang, Xuhui District, Shanghai– No. 3398, Longteng Avenue. Designed by Liu Yichun, a Chinese architect of Atelier Deshaus, the building covers an area of 33,000 square meters with up to 16,000 square meters for exhibition. The main part of the building is a unique umbrella-vaulted structure. There are four stories. The first and second floors above ground are devoted to contemporary art including paintings, sculptures, installations, and new media. The surface of the peculiar vault is built by faced concrete with a fine and smooth texture. Visually, it is in concert with the fashion space, “Hopper Corridor” (doulang), which was transformed from the former “Coal Hopper” (meiloudou) construction at Beipiao Port, thus creating a rational and tranquil sense of industry and primitivism as well as a sharp contrast between power and lightness. Meanwhile, it endows the Museum with an acute quality of contemporariness and creativity. The first basement is the permanent exhibition area for precious artifacts in ancient China and art works of the Republic of China. Resembling a “white box,” the rectangular exhibition hall highlights the historical continuance and intellectual profoundness of traditional Chinese art.