Liuli China Museum is one of the main highlights of my Shanghai Travel trip. As a liuli glass art lover, I could appreciate the quality of the craftsmanship and thoroughly enjoyed my visit to this qui...
Good value if you're into glass art. It's really easy to get to via public transportation. Right next to Tianzifang. Check before hand what exhibits they have. Right now they have an exhibit with more...
If you visit Tian Zi Fang, then this is worth a quick detour and visit.
Children <12 years are free and Seniors >65 years are free. Adults 20 RMB, so for US$3 this museum is worth a quick visit. The glass pieces are interesting and impressive. I wouldn't make a special tr...
Shanghai Liuli Art Museum is located near Tianzifang. The museum was formerly known as Shanghai Watch and Plastic Parts Factory. This brick building with 50 winds, frosts and rains has been reinforced and refurbished, and the appearance of a glass building is once again in front of everyone.
Although the museum is small in size, it has a sense of design on both the exterior and the roof. The single exterior wall is inlaid with more than 4,800 transparent glazed tiles that resemble the rocky texture of the grotto. The unique and striking shape of the museum is refreshing, and the shape of the ducklings by the pool is very special. The
museum is themed on glazed exhibits. There are three floors: the first floor is the LCM Caf and the museum gift shop for people to relax or buy glass gifts.
The second floor exhibition area displays the ancient Chinese glass series, the masterpieces of the world's glass masters, and the new works of 10 modern glass artists in the international glass industry. Colorful and colorful, unique and unique.
I like the bright colors and make people warm. What is glass? You can decrypt it here one by one.
On the third floor is the representative of the glass artist Yang Huishan, the founder of the Liuli Workshop. Here is a glass-based glass product.
Exhibitions include "Flower Good Moon", "Life is Endless", "Golden Buddha Hand Painted Glass Mirror Light", "Thousands of Thousand Eyes and Thousands of Misery" and other works. The most amazing of these is the Life-giving Guanyin statue, which took 10 years to create. This three-dimensional restoration works from the Yuan Dynasty murals of Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes, totaling 4.5 meters, is the only one in the museum. Works of non-glazed material.
During the graduation season, I walked into the Shanghai Liuli Art Museum, near Tianzifang. The museum was formerly known as the Shanghai Watch and Watch Plastic Parts Factory. This brick building with 50 winds, frosts and rains has been reinforced and refurbished to resemble a glass building. The appearance is once again in front of everyone.
The second floor exhibition area displays the ancient Chinese glass series, the masterpieces of the world's glass masters, and the new works of 10 modern glass artists in the international glass industry.
Colorful glass, unique and unique. My favorite is this piece, it feels great and it makes people warm.
Exhibits include "flowers and moons", "everything is endless", "Golden Buddha hand pharmacist glazed light", "Thousands of thousands of eyes and thousands of sorrows" and other works.
The Liuli China Museum is located in Shanghai’s Dapuqiao neighborhood, near the popular Tianzifang arts and crafts enclave. The museum is dedicated to showcasing contemporary glass art. It also houses some of the country’s oldest known glass artifacts. The impressive building features an absolutely striking visual display on its exterior. After dark the building glows via an impressive display of light. It’s truly a magical scene and one worth making a point to visit.