Centre Pompidou

One of the world’s foremost institutions of modern and contemporary art, the Centre Pompidou has a collection of more than 120,000 works, held by the Musée National d’Art Moderne (France’s national museum of modern art). The Centre Pompidou offers a unique multidisciplinary program to its visitors ranging across collection displays, temporary exhibitions, performing arts and […]

The School of Philosophy of Fudan University

The School of Philosophy of Fudan University was formerly known as the Department of Philosophy, which was established in 1956 as one of the three earliest departments of philosophy in the People’s Republic of China. In October 2006, it was upgraded into the School of Philosophy, which includes the department of philosophy and the department […]

Ming Contemporary Art Museum

Shanghai Ming Contemporary Art Museum is a new art museum founded by the Mingyuan Group in 2014. Focused on experimental theatre and multimedia exhibition and performance with the involvement of the other activities `related to the concept of performance, including installation, painting, sculpture, video, sound, poem and dance, the Museum aims to promote the profound […]

Fang Suo Commune

Fang Suo, which literally means “place and direction”, has its origin in “A place to dwell is the direction the heart goes”, written by Southern Liang dynasty writer Xiao Tong (萧统). Fang Suo Commune is centered on contemporary life aesthetics. Solidly underpinned by arts and culture, it is a public cultural space encompassing books, lifestyle, […]

The Mix-Place

Located on Hengshan road, formerly known as Avenue Petain, a street in the former French Concession area of Shanghai, China. Hengshan road is famous for European style architecture and the city’s oldest bar street. In such an area full of cultural and historic footage, The Mix Place converted four old mansions from the 30s into […]