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  • No.201 Ren Min Da Dao, Shanghai 20003, P.R. China

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Date: 2023-12-10 through 2024-04-14 Venue: Shanghai Museum Address: H2, H3, Shanghai Museum. No.201 Ren Min Da Dao, Shanghai 20003, P.R. China Event Description: The Shanghai Museum presents the third installment of its "Dialogue with the World" series: "Dialogue: Da Vinci - Renaissance and Eastern Aesthetic Art Exhibition." This exhibition offers a profound exploration into the world of Leonardo da Vinci, showcasing 18 Renaissance art masterpieces and 18 renowned Chinese ancient paintings. Among them are Da Vinci's oil painting masterpiece "Disheveled Woman" and 11 manuscripts of the "Codex Atlanticus," as well as precious sketches by Michelangelo and important paintings by Da Vinci's disciples. Additionally, the exhibition features Chinese masterpieces such as the "Zha Kou Pan Che Tu" from the Five Dynasties, "Baimiao Da Jun Xiang Tu" by Liang Kai of the Southern Song Dynasty, and "Qiu Feng Wan Shan Tu" by Tang Bohu of the Ming Dynasty. These works illuminate the perfect fusion of East and West, art and science, in the halls of the Shanghai Museum. Leonardo da Vinci, a Renaissance master, is renowned for his timeless works such as the "Mona Lisa" and the "Last Supper," as well as his multifaceted genius as a scientist and inventor. This exhibition marks the first-ever East-West painting art comparison show in the history of the Shanghai Museum. It promises to be a journey across time and space, transcending imagination. Through a unique dialogue approach, the exhibition offers dual perspectives, allowing visitors to appreciate the contrasting artistic expressions of East and West during the same era, as well as the striking similarities in artistic styles across millennia. Tips: - Tuesday to Sunday @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (last entry at 4:00 pm). Closed on Mondays (excluding national holidays)

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