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Liuli China Museum

Liuli China Museum is the first to open China to the world’s contemporary glass art. Liuli China is the home of some of China’s oldest glass artifacts and a collection of contemporary glass works from the best artists of the United States, France, the United Kingdom, Sweden, the Czech Republic and China.

Shanghai

China
Address:
158 Ma Dang Road, Lu Wan District, Shanghai, China
200021
Phone: +8621-53829886
Fax: +8621-53826820
Website: www.liulichinamuseum.com


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Artists Represented

Antoine Leperlier, Ann Wolff, Dante Marioni, Paul Stankard, Steven Weinberg, toots zynsky, Loretta Hui-Shan Yang


Current Exhibitions

Modern Liuli Art-2007 Faculty and Student Exhibition (15 Aug. to 14 Oct. 2007)


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Inspiration 20─Loretta Hui-shan Yang‧Liuligongfang‧LIULI CHINA (Begins from 20th Oct. 2007)


Previous Exhibitions

Steven Weinberg's "Journey - the Dream Boat"


Submission Policy

RMB50/person


Press Releases

Located in the metropolitan centre of Shanghai, neighboring the new development Xintiandi, Liuli China Museum is the first to open China to the world’s contemporary glass art. “Liuli,” which twenty years ago was only an archaic word, has been brought back into modern day China to describe what we know as “glass art” by the aforementioned Chang Yi and Loretta, Yang Hui-Shan. In order to protect the revival of “Liuli” in China, the unwavering couple founded and built China’s only Liuli museum, solely dedicated to the worldwide exchange of glass art culture. Liuli China is the home of some of China’s oldest glass artifacts and a collection of contemporary glass works from the best artists of the United States, France, the United Kingdom, Sweden, the Czech Republic and China.


Press Links

www.liulichinamuseum.com


Location And Getting There

Shanghai, China


Contact-Directors/Staff

Celine Chen


Opening Times

10am-10pm