Shanghai Himalayas Museum


Designed by Arata Isozaki and established by Shanghai Zendai Group in 2005, Shanghai Himalayas Museum is a non-profit art institute focusing on Chinese and Asian contemporary art exhibitions, education, collections and academic research. Other than its main space, Himalayas Museum also has two branch museums: one is Zendai Contemporary Art Space, consisting of galleries and artist studios, focuses on the study and exploration of experimental and avant-garde art; and the other is Zendai Zhujiajiao Art Museum, located at Zhujiajiao town, a picturesque water town in southeast of Shanghai suburb, runs an artist- in-residence programme and organises a variety of public art programmes targeting at local community.


Since 2011, the museum has presented a series of international art projects including “Designing Design / The Exhibition of Kenya Hara in China 2011,”“Tony Cragg: Sculptures and Drawings,”Ink Art Exhibition Series, “Ateliers – Ofer Lellouche Solo Exhibition,” 2014 John Moores Painting Prize (China) Exhibition, solo exhibitions of Sean Scully and Michael Craig-Martin. In the meantime, the museum has also made an effort to promote Chinese art on the international stage. It participated in Marrakech Biennale, the Liverpool Biennial and Gwangju Biennale.

10:00am – 6:00pm (TUE - SUN)
Closed on MON


3-4/F, No. 869 Yinghua Road, Pudong New District Shanghai, China

(8621) 5033 9801


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