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So I had one day left in Beijing and I wanted to visit a museum. So I asked someone 'local' on my hike I was doing the day before. Which museum would you recommend? Being an art-teacher herself, her decision was quick made. She told...More
The stunning location alone is ample reward for venturing outside of the 978 district. The gallery is situated within an outpost and upon soaring stone walls which used to surround the city of Beijing. Vibrant young artwork appropriately contrasts the heritage exhibition with which it...More
My husband and I were visiting Beijing and took a walk along by the old city wall ending at the watchtower, where quite by chance (my husband got chatting to Brian Wallace while I was elsewhere) we paid this gallery a visit. Unusual setting and...More
This gallery, owned and managed by a very friendly Australian gentleman (Brian Wallace), is housed within one of the oldest watch-towers in Beijing, just next to Beijing Station. The art pieces themselves are quite daring, although pricey in my view (reflecting the level of prices...More
Been to galleries around the world, but this must rank as one of the most unusual; embedded atop the ancient walls of Beijing. The founder Brian Wallace and his art director Ze Hui are personable and knowledgeable
The art comprises of some of Beijing leading...More