There is no short­age of art mu­se­ums and gal­leries to ex­plore in Shang­hai. While away an af­ter­noon in M50, a cre­ative district that as­sem­bles count­less mod­ern and con­tem­po­rary art spa­ces and a thriv­ing com­mu­nity of artists with open stu­dios, or, if you are in search of big­ger names try Rock­bund Art Mu­seum, ShanghART West Bund, YUZ Mu­seum or Long Mu­seum, all of which present largescale, mostly con­tem­po­rary in­stal­la­tions by Chi­nese and in­ter­na­tional tal­ents. Also worth a visit is Power Sta­tion of Art, a one-time power plant that has be­come the first staterun mu­seum ded­i­cated to con­tem­po­rary art in main­land China. Rem­i­nis­cent in­side and out of a scaled-down ver­sion of Lon­don’s Tate Mod­ern, the in­dus­trial ar­chi­tec­ture alone makes it some­thing to be­hold, as do the sur­pris­ingly ex­pan­sive views from the fifth-floor ter­race. //

上海從不缺藝術博物館和藝廊。M50結集多間現代與當態藝術空間,也建有多個藝術家社區的開放式工作室,如你喜愛出名大師,那就到上海外灘美術館、香格納畫廊、余德耀美術館或龍美美術館參觀吧,陳列的大型作品多為中國及國際才俊打造的當代裝置。另外值得一提的就是上海當代藝術館,這個前發電廠已成中國首個國營當代藝術天地。內外均有如迷你版的倫敦Tate Mod­ern,單是建築已值得到此一遊,更別說五樓平台的景色呢。//

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