Museum of Art Pudong 2021 Opening Ticket

Opened in July 2021, the Museum of Art Pudong is one of the finest museums in Shanghai developed by the Luijiazui Group: the exhibition area occupies more than 10,000 square meters with 13 halls. It’s a minimalist, marble-concrete-and-glass, box-y design. It’s got lots of Moments-worthy arts going on. It’s got internationally-sourced validation. It’s got a fine-dining Italian-ish restaurant on the roof. It’s got all that Shanghai likes. Currently, there are three on-going art shows, including: Light: Works from Tate’s Collections; Cai Guo-Qiang: Odyssey and Homecoming; Joan Miró: Women·Birds·Stars.
2021-08-16 2021-12-31

Museum of Art Pudong 2021 Opening Ticket


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Friday, Saturday and legal holidays 10:00-21:00 (last admission 20:00)
Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 10:00-18:00 (last admission 17:00)
Closed every Tuesday (except legal holidays)

Light: Works from Tate’s Collections (Jul 8, 2021 to Nov 28, 2021) – a cross-genre exhibition in collaboration with Tate Modern in the UK, showcasing the usage and development of light and shadow in modern painting. The show starts with a mesmerizing teaser "Ophelia" by British artist John Everett Millais on the ground floor and continues on the third floor, where you will find Olafur Eliasson's 2014 dazzling hanging sculpture "Starlight Particle" as well as pieces by Claude Monet, John Martin, and Anish Kapoor.

Cai Guo-Qiang: Odyssey and Homecoming (Jul 8, 2021 to Mar 7, 2022) – a solo exhibition of Cai Guoqiang, who is China's go-to guy for creating massive and elaborate fireworks spectacles. He emerged on the international stage after heading up the fireworks shows for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The gallery showcases 538 fireworks projects in 218 cities in 50 countries around the world, along with 101 projects that he didn't get to pull off.

Joan Miró: Women·Birds·Stars (Jul 8, 2021 to Nov 7, 2021) – a collection of artworks in lush, lively, bold block colors that will forever evoke the spirit of Barcelona. More than 60 art pieces by the Spanish painter are on display, making this debut show in China a visual feast for all Miró fans, as well as kids — who might also be excited to appreciate these lovely drawings that happen to look a lot like theirs. (No shade against the Spanish master intended.)

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