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The building is huge but the displays are quite limited. There is a bit of inspirational Chinese art but overall I’d suggest visiting or revisiting the Chengdu or Sichuan museums rather than checking out the art museum.
Situated in the heart of the city, this four storey art space is free to enter (but you will need to show your passport). Well lit, spacey galleries show of some of China's brightest artists. A great place to wander on a wet day.
Since I went to travel to Chengdu. My first stop was to go to see this Museum. Since my job is in the arts I found myself indulged on the different style and culture differences and similarities. I do suggest to take your time like...More
The art museum features classical and modern art from the region. The architecture of the building is impressive from the outside and inside. There is no entry fee but a passport is required for the ticket to be issued. There are six exhibition halls on...More
The sontuos building makes you think of a Museum of Modern art, but it is only about politycal art pieces. Strong farmers, pasionarias, hard working crowds and revolution leaders. All within the context of different chinese environments.each explanation rigorously in mandarin language, which makes at...More
This building is impressive on the outside, but once in the architecture and the exhibits are not very impressive. There are 4 floors and only 3 had material displayed, each with a limited number of paintings. Some paintings were really nice, but overall the museum...More
I firmly believe in internationalism and a museum of this ilk in a major Chinese city should have gallery labels in English as well as Chinese. It's location right next to Tianfu Square, will ensure that many tourists visit it as well as locals. The...More