Jiangsu Art Gallery
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Jiangsu Art Gallery
Jiangsu Art Gallery

Jiangsu Art Gallery, usually known as Jiangsu Provincial Art Museum (Chinese: ), is a museum in Nanjing, in Jiangsu province in China. It was founded in 1936, during the Nanjing decade, as China's first state level museum. In 1960, it was formally renamed as the Jiangsu Provincial Art Museum. In 2010 it re-opened in a new 27,449 square metres (295,460 sq ft) building designed by the German architect studio KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten.[1]

The museum hosts the Nanjing biennale.[2][3]

The gallery is the largest in the Jiangsu Province,[] presenting traditional and contemporary art pieces of China.

Transportation

The building is accessible within walking distance east of Daxinggong Station of Nanjing Metro.

See also

References

  1. ^ Potash, Jennifer (24 May 2010). "Artistic Interpretation". World Architecture News. Retrieved 2019.
  2. ^ Jiangsu Art Gallery, Hello Nanjing.
  3. ^ Jiangsu Art Gallery, Synotrip.




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