Power Station of Art (上海当代艺术博物馆)

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Details
200 Huayuangang Rd (at Miaojiang Rd)
上海市,
+86 21 3110 8550
Art Museum, Art Gallery
Hours
Tue–Sun: 11:00 AM–7:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Built in an old power station, the mammoth, 443,000-square-foot museum played host to the 2012 Shanghai Biennale. Its the first public museum on the mainland to showcase contemporary Chinese art.
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  • Don't need a reservation any more, just show up!
  • Cai Guo Qiang art exhibition. amazing. "Head On" 99 life-sized replicas of wolves and glass wall
  • Preface for andy Warhol exhibition
  • 15 minutes eternal - Andy Warhol exhibition - April 29 - july 28, 2013
  • Rooftop cafeteria not bad. You can enjoy pasta,pizza, burger and also wine and beer.
  • Remember to bring student id for discounted admissions ticket! Ids from outside of China works too!
  • Fuckers wouldn't let us in at 4:04 on the last day of the Warhol exhibit so make sure to take their 4:00 final entry rule seriously.
  • Sometimes they require reservation via online to get in. Their eng web doesn't have that info.
  • Check the current exhibits before you go. When I went there was only a small exhibit in an otherwise giant and creepily empty space
  • One of my favorite museums in shanghai. With high quality local and international art and architecture exhibitions.
  • The building is cool - the exhibits are a bit spotty though. Some good, some not so good.
  • Perfect contemporary art venue. Must have to all modern art lovers
  • The biggest art museum by the river - reminds of Southbank Centre. The building is left there since 2010 Shanghai Expo as City Pavillion. Cafe on top floor now.
  • Big and remind me of London a bit:)
  • Fantastic! A well kept industrial space. Reasonable layout and great pieces on show. Excellent.
  • A really big spacious exhibition hall, pretty close to the subway and nearby other old Shanghai expo centers. Spend a few hours looking around and enjoy the view of the river.
  • Spacious rooms for exhibitions. A bit rural but worth the trip