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Weekend Where to Go

Weekend Where to Go

  • Time of issue:2021-09-06 17:32
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Art museums are always a safe choice when you have no idea of where to hang out on weekends. Museums are places where you can appreciate something visually stimulating and deepen your understanding of the world. Also, museum buildings are themselves fine examples of the marriage of art and architecture, making them a hot destination for photo taking.

The Red Brick Art Museum, Beijing


Located in the capital city's northeastern portion, the museum promises a getaway from the urban hustle and bustle. Noted architect Dong Yugan designed a unique Chinese garden infused with a contemporary touch, by using red bricks as a fundamental element. It is populated with artworks by internationally renowned artists as well as, cats, ducks and black swans, presenting an atmosphere of serenity, elegance and playfulness.

Now on show:
Le supermarché des images, ends Sept 15
图像超市 2021.05.29 - 2021.09.15
Museum hours:
May 1-Sept 30, 10 am-6 pm
Oct 1-April 30, 10 am-5:30 pm

Closed on Mondays


The Long Museum, West Bund, Shanghai


Long is one of the first museums and galleries to light up Shanghai's West Bund area. Long shows art of ancient and modern China and also presents debut exhibition shows of international artists in the country. The gray buildings are reminiscent of the area's past marked with industrial constructions.

Now on show:

Hoho Zhou: Carry Me with Forms, ends Sept 12
周褐褐:载我以形 2021.7.23-2021.9.12
Jonas Burgert: blüht und lügt, ends Oct 10
乔纳斯·博格特:绽放和谎言 2021.7.31-2021.10.10
Museum hours:
April 1-Oct 31, 10 am-6 pm
Nov 1-March 31, 10 am-5:30 pm

Closed on Mondays


UCCA Dune, Beidaihe, Hebei


This second exhibition space opened by UCCA Center for Contemporary Art is nestled beneath a sand dune, after which it is named. Dune's opening in 2018 added one more attraction to the seaside Aranya Gold Coast Community, which was already a holiday resort popular for the "Lonely Library" and a church standing on the beach. Facing the Bohai Sea, Dune shows artworks in several interconnected cave-like rooms, and it blends itself into the natural surroundings from outside. Visiting the museum reminds one of the childhood experience of hiding in a secluded refuge.

Now on show:
Daniel Arsham: Sands of Time, ends Oct 10
丹尼尔·阿尔轩:时间之沙 2021.7.11 - 2021.10.10
Museum hours:
Tuesday to Sunday, 9:30 am-7:30 pm

Have a nice weekend~




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