Where to go, what to do on Sept 3 in Shanghai.
Sissi and Hungary @ Shanghai Museum
This is your last chance to have a taste of the reign of the House of Habsburg, one of the most influential royal houses in Hungary and Europe at large. This exhibition features more than 150 original items that show the life of aristocratic families over the last 400 years.
🕒 Last day, 9am – 4pm
💰 Free entry
📍 201 People Avenue | 人民大道201号
Heat Wave ft. M.A.N.D.Y. @ W Shanghai
W Shanghai is hosting a party at their WET Bar with DJ Philipp Jung of M.A.N.D.Y. on the decks. The Berlin-based DJ duo that made their way from the underground house scene to the mainstream with “Body Language” in 2005.
💰 Pre-sale ¥150
📍 66 Lvshun Road |旅顺路66号
Closed Circuit – Open Duration @ Chronus Art Center
Explore the various aspects of human-nature relationship through dazzling installations as well as high-tech research media created by Finnish artist Terike Happoja.
🕒 Last day
💰 Free entry
📍 50 Moganshan Road | 莫干山路50号
Wang Haichuan solo exhibition @ Art+ Shanghai Gallery
Soar your imagination viewing a wide range of Wang’s works in least expected surfaces, beginning from commonplace canvas to rare Tibetan paper, wooden window frames and actual wood trunks.
🕒 Until Oct 29, 10am – 7pm
📍 191 South Suzhou Road | 南苏州路191号
Commune Market @ Zhang Yuan
Commune Market, home to Shanghai’s most talented designers, crafts-people and culinary artists, returns with more undiscovered artisans, innovators, and creators.
🕒 11am – 6pm
📍 99 Taixing Road | 泰兴路99号
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