This large Swiss-owned gallery opened its doors on Moganshan Lu in 1996. ShanghART was the first gallery in China to participate in major international art fairs, such as Art Basel. The works may not always be thrilling, but the artists exhibited are always well-known. Read more
50 Moganshan Lu, better known as M50, is Shanghai's most famous "gallery district," home to over 50 gallery spaces in Shanghai, and offers a cross-section of emerging Shanghainese and Chinese artists, working in a wide range of styles and mediums. Great for a day's... Read more
Magda Danysz has had several large solo shows for established Chinese artists including Photoshop shanshui technician Yang Yongliang, urban camouflage operative Liu Bolin, and photographer slash wardrobe designer Maleonn. Her greatest contribution here, however, has... Read more
This is the studio and factory space of Loushi Design, which is headed by designer Xiao Ke. The company manufactures its own handmade furniture and home accessories made from reclaimed and recycled materials. The site is also sometimes used as an event space, such... Read more
Studio/artshop/gallery belonging to local artist and expert on haipai culture, Li Shoubai. The first floor is dedicated to a shop selling everything; embroidery, prints, pillowcases, postcards, mugs, figurines, papercuts... you name it, Li Shoubai's probably made it,... Read more
M97 is a solid spot for photography. Works include foreigners documenting China, such as Michael Wolf and Nadav Kander, Chinese photographers shooting remote places using traditional techniques, such as Luo Dan and Lu Yanpeng, and more experimental artists like Wang... Read more
San W is a gallery/studio, founded in 2015. They offer studio rental services, art courses in handicraft, curate art exhibitions and sell artworks. Read more
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