The Shanghai branch of the Yuz Museum, owned by Indonesian-Chinese businessman Budi Tek opened to the public on May 18 in the West Bund “Cultural Corridor” in Xuhui District, marking one of the most important openings in the global art world for 2014. The museum boasts a total area of 9.000 square meters, with a main gallery covering over 3.000 square meters, placed inside an old aircraft hangar, part of the former military Longhua Airport. Read more details.

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