There is a lot to see here. Ranging from ceramics, oils, sculpture and photographic work. Most artist are from China but there are a couple of international artists on show as well.
The structure is that of a converted industrial building now divided up into small studios and ally ways.
I was there on a Sunday and it was not very busy so it was a relaxing walk with a good coffee shop ending
If you also like modern graffiti work then turn right out of the park and you will find a long wall with many different tags and some being painted live which is fun to watch
The only down side seems to be the prices though most studios are open to haggling
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