THE MING THIRTEEN TOMBS EXHIBITION
Recommended by Minhang Museum and OGP Collectors Club
- No.1538 Xinzhen Road, Minhang District, Shanghai, China 201101
Date: 2023-09-15 through 2023-11-26 Venue: Minhang Museum Address: No.1538 Xinzhen Road, Minhang District, Shanghai, China 201101 Event Descriptions If you're looking for a marvelous journey through time, a sensory feast filled with history, culture, and art, then don't miss the "The Ming Thirteen Tombs Exhibition: Treasures from the Wanli Era." This captivating exhibition has opened its doors at the Minhang Museum in Shanghai. Set against the backdrop of the Ming Dynasty's Wanli era, this exhibition leads visitors on a deep exploration of the social and cultural aspects of that period, showcasing exquisite court craftsmanship, grand royal demeanor, and outstanding achievements. The exhibition is divided into two main sections: "Ming Dynasty Splendors" and "Radiating Throughout the World." Here, you will encounter over a hundred precious artifacts, including jewelry, court utensils, blue-and-white porcelain paintings, gold and silver currency, and more. These artifacts serve as tangible carriers that vividly depict the ceremonial concepts and social culture of the Wanli Dynasty. They not only leave visitors in awe of the solemnity and craftsmanship of the Ming Dynasty's court but also illustrate the interplay and trade between Chinese and foreign cultures against the backdrop of the Age of Exploration. In addition to these exquisite artifacts, the exhibition employs innovative visual presentation methods, such as panoramic dynamic projection and immersive artistic scrolls, enabling visitors to gain a deeper understanding of the world at that time and make comparisons with the Ming Wanli era. It's worth noting that although some artifacts cannot be displayed due to restrictions on their removal from Beijing, the meticulously crafted replicas in the exhibition will still enchant you with their charm. Tips: - Sep 15 2023 @9:30 am - Nov 26, 2023 4 : 30 pm. Open Tuesday – Sunday. Closed Mondays - The ticket cost free.