Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist’s picks.
Vivienne Westwood’s exhibit @ chi K11 Art Space
K11 invites British fashion designer brand Vivienne Westwood to host a cross-over exhibition between Chinese contemporary art and eco-friendly fashion. Ongoing until the February 28th, the exhibit “Get a Life” is a topic inspired by Vivienne Westwood’s strong attitude towards climate revolution. A handful of Chinese contemporary artists will present their works in mediums such as photos, videos and fashion design, showcasing their understanding of the relationships among nature, environment and humanity. Early bird tickets start from ¥50 and tickets are ¥100 at the door.
🕒 Until Feb 28, 2017 10am – 8pm; Wed & Thu 10am – 6pm
💰 Early bird ¥50, ¥100 at the door
📍 B3/F, 300 Huaihai Zhong Road // 淮海中路300
Business in China @ WE+ Co-working Space
Sponsored by WE+ Coworking Space, business leaders from all over China will be talking about what do during business meetings, networking events, and everyday interactions. This is very informative for those who want to succeed in China.
🕒 7pm – 9pm
📍 2071 Hongmei Road // 虹梅路2071号
No News From Home @ Vanguard Gallery
The artist Hsu Che-Yu used his typical creation skills to reconstruct the animation of family image photographed by him and his family, but this time the protagonists are artist’s 37-year-old brother and his son less than 1-year-old. In the reality and fiction that reference and intertwine with each other, the protagonist’s private memory of life becomes a probe of the social structure where he lives in.
🕒 11am – 6pm
📍A204 Building 4, 50 Moganshan Road
Hamberg Philharmonic Orchestra @ Shanghai Poly Theatre
Hamberg Philharmonic Orchestra is coming to Shanghai Poly Theatre. They will be playing pieces composed by Strauss, Offenbach, and others. The event starts at 7.30pm and tickets are selling from ￥50.
💰 From ￥50
📍 159 Baiyin road // 白银路159号
Kristin Ng-Yang Solo exhibit @ Noeli Exhibition
Chinese artist Kristin Ng-Yang presents her latest watercolor, video, photography, drawing and oil painting, which are inspired from a Chinese song in which a bird falls in love with a fish. The suspended fish/birds painted on plexiglass alluding to the ephemeral encounter and the impossibility in life.
🕒 Everyday until Jan 5, 2017
📍 150 Yueyang Road // 上海市岳阳路150B号
Xintiandi Christmas Fair
The Xintiandi Christmas Fair is back again this year from December 17th until the 25th 12pm – 8pm on Madang Road and Zizhong Road. There will be 70+ vendors and 5 Christmas huts selling all sorts of amazing gems, handcrafted jewellery, deliciously indulgent food, drinks and more. If you’d like to participate as a vendor, read on for booth rental details. 🕒 Dec 17 – 25, 12pm-8pm
📍 Xintiandi Style, Madang Road & Zizhong Road // 新天地时尚, 马当路和自忠路沿街
Light it Snow @ Jing’an Kerry Centre
The Xintiandi Christmas Fair is back again this year from December 17th until the 25th 12pm – 8pm on Madang Road and Zizhong Road. There will be 70+ vendors and 5 Christmas huts selling all sorts of amazing gems, handcrafted jewellery, deliciously indulgent food, drinks and more. If you’d like to participate as a vendor, read on for booth rental details.
🕒 Dec 17 – 25, 12pm-8pm
Jing’an Kerry Center is celebrating Christmas by lighting a 16 meter tall Christmas trees and has set up vendors surrounding the tree. Vendors will be selling scarves and ornaments. Food is provided by Kartel, Dutch pies, and Mr. Waffle.
🕒 10am-10pm, Until Dec. 25
📍 1515 Nanjing West Road // 南京西路1515号
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