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Founded by the Chinese-Indonesian entrepreneur Mr. Budi Tek in a hangar of the former aircraft manufacturing facility covering a total floor area of about 9,500 square meters, the Yuz Museum features a very spacious and extending layout that...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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No. 35 Fenggu Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai, China
The shows here are varied and usually very interesting - the curation is quite good. If you want more information about the artists, they often provide materials in both English and Chinese. I have found the shows of contemporary Chinese artists to be beautifully presented...More
We always have a great time in this museum, one of the bests of its kind in Shanghai. Great exhibitions, good atmosphere, nice building, good caffee.
I had to think hard to find something negative, but I could manage :)
1. The website is misleading....More
I almost decided not to enter this museum because of the price but I was drawn to the Chaplin exhibit they had advertised out front. I'm glad I did it because the exhibit really blew me away, it was excellent....and very large, I spent three...More
Been there for a few exhibitions and have been talking to the owner before opening. You can feel his passion for big pieces of art through the exhibitions but often it is not very well organized... this works as well on the food and beverage...More
The Yuz Musuem is the first in China to house an exhibit of KAWS. Gigantic sculptures inside and out were just a part of the full showing, which also included prints and toys. This was my main stop in Shanghai this time around and the...More
A gigantic space for outstanding installation.
At this moment showing Kaws giant work. I am not a fan of this artist yet it fits the space and offer many possibilities to take playful pictures! (A must in a museum in China!)
The gallery space at...More
"If he is there, then we have to go!" So exclaimed my daughter. In searching art exhibits in Shanghai, Kaws' at the YuzM came up; and so we ventured out to explore. You will not be disappointed. The exhibit is massive and only a large...More