A Virtual Guided Tour to Song Art Museum

View of Pine Trees No.2 (2017)Song Art Museum

Song Art Museum was officially opened to the public on Sept. 27, 2017. As a private art museum, it is planned and set up by Mr.Wang Zhongjun, who is a world-class artwork collector, philanthropist, and also the founder and Chairman of Huayi Brothers Media Group.

View of Pine Trees No.5 (2017)Song Art Museum

The establishment of Song Art Museum can not only present the precious collections of Mr. Wang, who has collected arts for dozens of years, but also provide a new platform and opportunities for art research and creation.

View of Pine Trees No.1 (2017)Song Art Museum

Sitting beside the Wenyu River, Shunyi District in Beijing, the Song Art Museum has a total area of about 22,000 square meters with indoor exhibition area covering around 2,200 square meters.

The main building of Song Art Museum has two floors, consisting of twelve exhibition halls.

On the first floor, there is a sunroom as a public leisure area.

There is also a design shop on the first floor.

And a patio at the center of the basement floor.

Regarding the architectural structure, the distinction of the Museum is, firstly, conveying the sense of “cleanness” through the extremely concise modern architecture symbol.

And secondly, according to traditional Chinese culture, 199 pine trees dispersedly planted in the courtyard represent the purity and majesty of a gentleman, forming the double extensions of the experience while visiting the Museum.

View of Pine Trees No.3 (2017)Song Art Museum

The Song Art Museum sincerely welcomes the visit of all art lovers. In the future, the Song Art Museum will push forward the development of Chinese contemporary art, and participate in the exchanges with International contemporary arts (projects) by orderly hosting a series of high-quality exhibitions coupled with collection, research, education, publication and public events, thus building a brand-new art complex and a unique cultural landmark in Beijing.

Introduction of Song Art Museum (Ink Painting Version)Song Art Museum

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