About chi K11 art museum
Located in central Shanghai, chi K11 art museum opened in 2013 and covers a total area of 3,000 square metres. To date, the venue has held more than 30 art exhibitions of varying types, including Master of Impressionism – Claude Monet and Media – Dali, not to mention its more than 200 separate lecture series and great number of artist forums and art workshops for the general public. Having collaborated with leading art museums across the world (including Palais de Tokyo and Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London and Serpentine Gallery in London, and MoMA PS1 and the New Museum in New York), chi K11 art museum encourages cross-cultural dialogue between local and global art scenes and provides art lovers of all ages with access to contemporary art in the form of fulfilling aesthetic experiences.
An artistic playground of sorts, chi K11 art museum is a place where stage-like and tangible displays boost viewers’ creative potential. It is a place that welcomes the development of contemporary art, a base where the public can feel free to explore, and a home for indigenous culture to flourish in expression.