The ink of scholars---Calligraphy in the Ming Dynasty from Long Collection

Calligraphy in the Ming Dynasty from Long Collection.


Olafur Eliasson: Nothingness is not nothing at all

The Long Museum, Shanghai, is pleased to announce the first survey exhibition of the work of world-renowned Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson in a Chinese museum: Nothingness is not nothing at all. Opening to the public on 20 March 2016, the career-spanning exhibition brings together artworks from the artist’s vast oeuvre, which extends from the early nineteen-nineties to the present and includes installations, sculptures, paintings, drawings, and film. A number of new artworks were conceived especially for the Long Museum exhibition, including the large-scale, site-specific installation The open pyramid (2016).


Long Museum Open Time Adjustment Notice

Opening hours of Long Museum :
Tuesday-Sunday, closed on Mondays
☆The first Tuesday of every month, Long Museum is free for public.
West Bund
10:00am-7:00pm (Sunday to Thursday); 10:00am-9:00pm (Friday to Saturday)


Film in Germany, Germany in Film

Film in City, City in Film is a long-term film screening and communication project organized by Long Museum, and co-organized by consulates of a number of countries. There will be one film screening for one week, which will be shown in the Long Theater.


Chinese Traditional Art from Long Collection (Ancient Artifacts)

As one of the significant exhibitions for the opening of LONG MUSEUM, Chinese Traditional Art from Long Collection, hosted by Shan Guolin and Zhao Li, displays traditional Chinese artworks collected by Liu Yiqian and Wang Wei.