2016-09-29 10:00~2016-12-04 18:00
Announcing 2016 Artists in Residence (Gwanju)
After a month-long open call for the Shanghai Himalayas Museum Artist-in-Residences 2016 Gwangju Program, we are pleased to announce that we have selected two gifted Chinese artists, Shanghai-based Xu Zhifeng and Beijing-based Xie Yi, from the 49 applications we received, to embark on a journey to Korea as this years artists in residence.
Congratulations to the two artists and a warm thank-you to all the artists who applied for the open call.
Snake and Women
Snake and Women
"La Chair" Exhibition
Since 2014, Shanghai Himalayas Art Museum has established the long-term strategic collaborative relationship with the Gwangju Museum of Art. Gwangju Museum of Art has recommended many Korean artists to the Shanghai programme, such as Lee Jeong Lok, Kim Dong A, Li Shixuan, Zheng Guangxi, Sobin Park, Ryu Eun, etc. We have also recommended many Chinese artists to Korea, such as Guan Huaibin, Zhang Aidong, You Si, Zhang Qiushi, Zhan Jia, Hu Jiayi, Zhao Jingyan, and Zheng Haozhong.
On the occasion of Gwangju Biennial and SeMA Biennale Mediacity Seoul, the museum will provide 3 months of exchange programme this year for the young artists in China during late August to mid-November.
Exhibition will open until 8 pm on weekend
Updated Opening Hours for Dunhuang - Song Of Living Beings
Closed on Mondays
Open until 9pm on Wednesdays & 8pm on Saturdays and Sundays
November 29, 2015 - March 20, 2016
Extension visiting hours for Mar.5-6
The museum will open till 8 pm for this weekend, March 5 and March 6.
Last admission at 7:30 pm
Thank you for your support and enjoy the show.
Shanghai Himalayas Museum
Opening Hours during Spring Fesitival
Opening Hours & dates during Spring Fesitival
(Feb.7- Feb. 13)
Closed on Monday (Feb.8),
Open until 9:00 pm on Wednesday (Feb.10)
Wish you a happy Chinese New Year.
Grotto No.275 will leave Shanghai on Jan.4, 2016
pre-registration for free Dunhuang Tickets
We are delighted to inform you that your pre-registration online or via email makes you eligible to receive a free gift at the "Nihao Shanghai!” Conference on December 12-13th at Pudong Library. Not only can you enjoy the presentations of famous visual artists, curators, and architects, but you can also win tickets to the exhibitionDunhuang: Song of Living Beings or even a 1 year membership to the Shanghai Himalayas Museum!
In order to win two free tickets to seeDunhuang: Song of Living Beings you must fulfil these requirements:
Pre-register for the conference online or through email.
Attend the conferences full day schedule (both morning and afternoon sessions) on either Saturday December 12th or Sunday 13th.
If you attend both days for both morning and afternoon sessions, you are eligible to collect two pairs of two free tickets to visit Dunhuang: Song of Living Beings or exchange the 4 tickets for a 1 year membership to the Shanghai Himalayas Museum which includes benefits such as:
Free admission for a year
Catalogue with 30% off (one for each )
VIP invitation of opening ceremonies
20% off for Education Events/Courses (pre booking request)
Guided Tour for members (except external guide tour)
Latest information of exhibitions and activities
We look forward to seeing you there!
With our Best Regards,
Information about "Nihao Shanghai!” Conference:
Wednesday Revolution|update of opening hours
Update of opening hours:
10:00-18:00 (Last admission 17:30)
Closed on Monday, Extand to 21:00 on Wednesdays.
December 7, 2015
Guided Tours of Dunhuang
Guided tours led by the docent team from Dunhuang Academy will be given on a regular basis from 11:00 to 16:00. Guided tours in Japanese, German, French, Korean and English are also available upon reservation. In the meantime, specially-designed pamphlets and guided tours for kids will also be arranged to make the exhibition more enjoyable both to adults and kids.
For reservation: 021-50339801-2032
* Reservation must be made 1 week in advance.
Visiting Architecture for Dogs
Student： ￥ 50
Group （8+）： ￥ 80/person
Opening Times: 10:00-18:00 Monday-Sunday
* Small dogs could be carried into the museum
more about the exhibition
Notification of temporary closure
Due to special activities, the museum will be closed at 16:00 today.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Shanghai Himalayas Museum
No. 869, Yinghua Rd., Pudong District, Shanghai
+86 (0) 21-50339801