1. "Travelling along the Clear River", Artist: Wu Hong, Hand scroll painting, Ink and color on paper, 17th century (Qing Dynasty), Shanghai Museum - 2. Pan of Zi Zhong Jiang, 770 - late half 7th century BC, Donated to the Shanghai Museum by Mr. Sunny Yip

Treasures from the Shanghai Museum

Saturday, 28 October, 2017 - Monday, 30 April, 2018

The Acropolis Museum exhibits two masterpieces from the Shanghai Museum, the bronze pan of Zi Zhong Jiang (770 – late half 7th century BC) and the hand scroll painting "Travelling along the Clear River" (17th century).The two exhibits will be on display until 30 April 2018 in the ground floor foyer during Museum opening hours. In this area no admission ticket is required. This display of two masterpieces from the Shanghai Museum in the Acropolis Museum forms part of the realization of the goals of the Memorandum of Cooperation entered into by the two museums. A display of two exhibits from the Acropolis Museum will also be presented at the Shanghai Museum and both activities form the first of many steps in this cultural exchange agreement.

Artists from the Shanghai Museum

From Thursday 22 March through to and including Sunday 25 March, the Museum is pleased to host a presentation of the traditional Chinese arts, as part of the Acropolis Museum’s cooperation with the Shanghai Museum. Read more.