OVERSEAS RETURNED RELICS EXHIBITION
Recommended by Minhang Museum, Poly Art Museum, Yuanmingyuan Management Office & OGP Collectors Club
- Minhang Museum, 1538 Xinzhen Rd., Minhang District, Shanghai, China
Date: 2022-09-26 through 2022-12-18 Venue: The Minhang Museum Address: Minhang Museum, 1538 Xinzhen Rd., Minhang District, Shanghai, China Event Descriptions The “THE RETURN OF THE CENTURY - SPECIAL EXHIBITION OF OVERSEAS RETURNED CULTURAL RELICS” is organized by the Minhang Museum in Shanghai in collaboration with the Poly Art Museum and the Yuanmingyuan Management Office of Haidian District, Beijing. The exhibition is divided into two parts, "The Reunion of the World" and "The Continuation of Beauty", and brings together 47 pieces of exquisite cultural relics returned from overseas. The exhibition "Reunion in the Age of Splendor" features the bronze bull, tiger, monkey and pig heads from the Yuanmingyuan of the Qing Dynasty and the bronze horse head (replica) from the Yuanmingyuan Administration's collection. Through the history of the bronze animal heads of the Yuanmingyuan in the Qing Dynasty, their exile and return to China, the exhibition will show the historical changes of more than a century. The exhibition "The Continuation of Beauty" features 42 pieces of bronze artifacts from overseas. The collection spans from the Shang and Zhou Dynasties, through the Spring and Autumn and Warring States, to the Han Dynasty, and is rich in shapes, forms, and beauty. Through these exquisite bronzes, the exhibition aims to bring to life the memories of cultural relics and present exciting historical stories for the audience. Exhibits/Collection Description A Group Of Bronze Head Of Bull, Tiger, Monkey, Pig, And Horse (replica) A Standing Rabbit-shaped Dian Zun A Phoenix And Bird Zun A Pot With Inlaid Pictures Of Social Life A Suigong Bowie A God-faced Wine Container Chang Yi Shi Guan Ding and more Tips: - Daily from 9 : 30 am to 4 : 30 pm (Last admission at 4 : 00 pm). Mondays are closed (except statutory holidays) - Tickets are free, but advance reservations are required.