23 May 2012 Leave a Comment
23 May 2012 2 Comments
I spent a lovely afternoon last Saturday wandering through the galleries of the National Art Museum of China. The collection consists of paintings, drawings and sculpture from the 20th and current century.
If you’re in Beijing, I recommend this museum. It’s free if you show your passport or Chinese i.d. card, and it’s not so crowded, a rarity on the weekends.
- Day 2 – National Palace Museum, Taipei , Taiwan. (alwaystravelicious.com)
- Italian Art Director Burns His Museum’s Collection to Protest Budget Cuts [Protests] (gawker.com)
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Gets Major Gift of Photographs and Other Works (artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com)
- Eric X. Li: Authoritarian Art (huffingtonpost.com)