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UCCA is China's leading independent institution of contemporary art. Founded in 2007 out of a commitment to bring Chinese contemporary art into global dialogue, it has since become a cultural landmark for Beijing, a conduit for international...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
798 Art District, No.4 Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100015, China
Made a special trip out to the 798 Art District - a long way out on the Metro. We went to the UCCA and discovered the Sarah Morris exhibition. Without doubt, one of the best exhibitions we had ever been to. We only had a...More
We were in the 798 Art Zone and the Ullens Center is very near the West Gate entrance and we had been looking around for 15 minutes and were freeing. That’s what prompted us to go inside a place and it happened to be here....More
I believe the art park is far more interesting than the museum per se.
I visited the museum for which the was a nominal admission fee. It was a series of videos by different artists expounding AV interpretation of the circumstances and possible outcomes I...More
The UCCA is the reason why I wanted to visit the Art District
I was advised not to go since it became touristy but luckily I followed my intuition. Really liked the place and yes if something is good tourists will eventually come...
The entrance ticket could be bought online or pay at the ticket counter via WeChat wallet / Tenpay (cheaper by CNY 10).
Very interesting exhibition of works by the artist Zhao Ban Di, wished had a whole day to spend there.
The only improvement we...More
A great facility in the heart of the 798 Art District. As with any art centre it depends on what the exhibition is but usually worthwhile. The exhibitions are museum quality in a very large and flexible space. There is a good cafe across the...More
We went in to the shop, uccastore and fell in love. We thought that the museum would be great but for the entrance of 30 yen we didn't get blown away.
Look up what kind of exhibition they have before going in.