Of course you've been to the Bund before, but there's a lot more to it than just Bar Rouge. Stroll up to the north a bit, and you'll find the Rockbund Art Museum.
Sure, it's beautiful architecture on a street full of it, but don't write it off as just another pretty face. It has been a cultural center of Shanghai since 1932, and now it has expanded its reach across Asia.
The museum building was completed in 1932, originally designed by British architect George L. Wilson. In 2007, world-renowned British architect David Chipperfield was commissioned to renovate the Museum interior.
Keenly aware of the building’s cultural heritage, the architect reshaped the interior with simplicity, grace, and functionality, infusing the historical architecture with the spirit and character of modern art.
The Rockbund Art Museum (RAM) aims to raise the profile of contemporary art and to energize the international and Chinese art scenes.
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