Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist’s picks.
Turning Point: Contemporary Art in China Since 2000 @ Minsheng Art Museum
A group exhibition featuring 52 Chinese artists and collectives goes on display at Minsheng Art Museum this summer. Ranging from painting, sculpture and installation, through to video, animation and more, together they present a broad overview of how contemporary artists have responded to China’s enormous societal shifts since 2000. Expect offerings from the likes of Chen Wei, Cheng Ran, Li Shurui, Miao Ying, Zhang Ding and others.
WHERE: Bldg F, 570 Huaihai West Road, near Hongqiao Road // 淮海西路570号 F座
WHEN: July 24 til September 4
CONTACT: [email protected]
Funky Brunch: Hip Hop Edition @ Ruijin Cajun
Ruijing Cajun hosts a “Funky Brunch” with classic old school hip hop on the system from DJ B.O. — Biggie, Missy Elliot, and Slick Rick — and live rap show from Shanghai MCs while you brunch out on Ruijin’s hearty Americana-style food. A vegetarian a.k.a. “The KRS-One Option” is available.
WHERE: 1F, Bldg A3, 800 Changde Lu, near Changping Lu // 常德路800号A3栋1楼, 近昌平路
WHEN: 11:30 AM til 2 PM
PRICE: Presale: 290 RMB, Door: 320 RMB
Shanghai Latino Project @ On Stage
Head down to On Stage to see the Shanghai Latino Project smash through their repertoire of covers while enjoying a BBQ. Expect music from the likes of Shakira, Joe Arroyo, Carlos Vives, Grupo Niche and Diomedes Diaz.
WHERE: A2, Lane 570, Huaihai Xi Lu, near Hongqiao Lu // 淮海西路570弄A2, 近虹桥
WHEN: 1 PM
PRICE: 150 RMB (includes 50 RMB food voucher)
CONTACT: 6212 6991
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Have a great day Shanghaiists!