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ART EXHIBITIONS
  • Daily until Jul 29 2018

    This group exhibition features a selection of 100 key works from the 1,500 artworks that make up the Collection of the Fondation Cartier: photography from Daido Moriyama and Raymond Depardon, painting from Chéri Samba, film from David Lynch and Beat Takeshi Kitano, design from Marc Newson and Alessandro Mendini, and sculpture from Ron Mueck and Sarah Sze. The exhibition also presents artworks...

  • Daily except Mon until Oct 7 2018

    Around 100 significant works from the history of Chinese contemporary art after 1978 are on display in the first-floor gallery and in the stairway gallery of the Long Museum. Artists featured includes Cai Guoqiang, Cao Fei, Zeng Fanzhi, Chen Yifei, Chen Zhen, Ding Yi, Fang Lijun, Gu Wenda, He Duoling, Li Shuang, Liu Wei, Liu Xiaodong, Song Yonghong, Wang GuangYi, Xu Bing, Yue Minjun, Zhang...

  • Daily until Jul 22 2018

    Partnered with Zaha Hadid Design in London. the "Eternal Flow: Zaha Hadid x Design Crossover" showcases the many faces of Zaha Hadid at HOW's Design Center (part of the gift shop on the third floor). From her earlier works such as Project in Red sofa to later collaborations with brands like BVLGARI and WMF Cultery. You'll able to see a range of products and sculptures from the 'Queen of the...

  • Daily except Mon until Oct 14 2018

    Yuz Museum Shanghai presents “Everything & Nothing,” Random International’s first solo exhibition in Asia. Known for its 'Rain Room'(2012), the London-based, multi-disciplinary collective Random International explores the human condition in an increasingly mechanized world through emotional yet physically intense experiences. The exhibition encompasses new works alongside established pieces of...

  • Daily except Mon until Oct 15 2018

    Most famously known for his 2001 piece ‘Swimming Pool’, Argentine artist Leandro Erlich returns to Shanghai after his optical illusion shikumen debuted in Jing’an back in 2013. This solo exhibition brings together thirteen pieces of large-scale art installations alongside photographs of his other iconic works. "By transforming the architectural spaces through jarring reflections and...

  • Daily except Mon until Jul 22 2018

    Shanghai artist Hu Jieming is often regarded as a pioneer of digital media and video installations in China. This solo exhibition consists of his recent works in the form of large media art installations and a retrospective of his early video works, along with a series of archives of his research projects and academic seminars. Hyperimage is located at three separate venues on B2 and L1, runs...

  • Daily except Mon until Oct 7 2018

    Coproduced with the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, Yuz Museum gathers over 400 photographs, prints, posters, and screenplays that revolve around the life and art of Charlie Chaplin. The exhibition covers a time span of 150 years (1874 - 2018), provides exclusive and comprehensive insights of Chaplin's personal life experience, his film journey, as well as his influence on contemporary art and...

  • Daily except Mon until Oct 7 2018

    'Reading, Walking: Louis Vuitton Travel Book' is an exhibition dedicated to the original artworks produced for the Louis Vuitton Travel Book collection. Since 2013, the French brand has invited artists and illustrators to explore metropolises and remote regions across the world. They share their vision of travel in volumes according to different destinations. Almost all artists are reprensented...

  • Daily until Oct 7 2018

    It's the first time an official Studio Ghibli event takes place in mainland China. The World of Ghibli contains over 290 sketches, artworks, alongside life-size installations from their films. It features a main exhibition area on the 4th floor, and Castle in the Sky-themed exhibition on the 94th, plus gift shops in each area. The whole exhibition only provides Chinese-language descriptions....

  • Daily until Jul 22 2018

    An "arts for the people" festival. CRITICA festival brings artists and art-enthusiasts together to discuss and expand the social impact of their work. Join masterclasses, film screenings, discussions, and creative gatherings from July 19 to July 22, in M50 Shanghai. Learn, discuss, get inspired, create, and make a difference. More info when you can the QR code on the flyer. Price: opening and...

  • Daily until Aug 1 2018

    Coming to Shanghai, spreading heartbreak, dejection, agony, bitterness, despair, loneliness, and a little bit of mirth is Zagreb, Croatia's world famous Museum of Broken Relationships, which is exactly what it sounds like: a traveling exhibition of artifacts bearing witness to loves lost and loves squandered. Typical display piece:

  • Daily until Aug 12 2018

    As part of the first edition of Condo Complex in Shanghai, a gallery swap between locally-based galleries and international partners, Don Gallery and Ghebaly Gallery from Los Angeles co-host the dialogue between Chinese artist HU Weiyi and Mexican artist Yoshua OKÓN about their video works. As keen observers of human behavior, they both explore how a body technique seemingly abnormal...

  • Daily until Aug 28 2018

    This three-month exhibition invites artists from all over China to explore the virtual and real world through animation, comics, and games across various mediums – painting, sculpture, installation, animation and interactive art, combining with science and technology, bioengineering, neural networks, AI and interactive games. Ticket can be purchased on site for 80rmb.

  • Daily until Aug 29 2018

    Not adhering to a particular theme, but rather a stylistic patchwork of creative thoughts and ideas, In Between Days VIII: Group Exhibition by Gallery Artists is the eighth annual exhibition of the new and previously exhibited works from the collection of Art+ Shanghai Gallery. Whether it is a social commentary, ironic conceptualization or a personal reflection, the works on show are...

  • Daily except Mon until Aug 31 2018

    Chinese contemporary artist Kristin Ng-Yang, is completing a PhD degree at the Centre of Visual Art in the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa after her graduate from Central Academy of Fine Arts in China in 1991. Like a migratory bird, Kristin flies back and forth between China and South Africa every year and brings us a number of surprises with a diversity of artwork in different...

  • The biggest and best art fair for photography spanning vintage to contemporary. Last year's iteration 50 galleries from 15 countries, highlights include the newly launched Insights section: a curated exhibition of museum-quality works set to tour all PHOTOFAIRS destinations. The main galleries section includes a slew of Shanghai stalwarts. No to be missed for photographers and fans of photographic art. Details on this year's TBA but the dates have been released. More info at the website right here.
  • Back for its fifth edition, West Bund Art + Design Fair hits up Shanghai's 'cultural corridor' once again in 2016. Expect a who's who of international galleries, and if previous forays are anything to go by, top-notch curation. More info as we get it. Coming off a successful year last, organizers have already announced the 2018 version of the West Bund Art & Design Fair, scheduled for November 8 to 11. More information at the website right here.
  • This high-end art fair, named after Shanghai's area code, is now in its fourth edition and always good for a look-see. If previous incarnations are anything to go by, expect a who's who of blue-chip international galleries and top-notch curated exhibitions. More details at the website.
  • The 13th edition of the Shanghai Biennale will take place at the start of November. Most details are still TBA but they've already announced 2018's chief curator: Mexican mover Cuauhtemoc Medina.