OCAT Shanghai

Shanghai, China


  • No.1016 North Suzhou Rd
  • Zha Bei District
  • Shanghai
  • Shanghai Shi
  • 200085
  • China

Opening times

10:00-19:00 (from Tuesday to Thursday,&Sunday)
11:00-21:00 (Friday & Saturday) / Closed on Mondays


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OCAT – OCT Contemporary Art Terminal – is a division of the He Xiangning Art Museum.
Established in 2005 under the direction of the well-know art historian and critic Huang Zhuan, OCAT is China’s only non-profit contemporary art organization affiliated to a National Art Museum.
Actively Involved in the project are the Chicago based curator Wu Hung, Tate curator Marko Daniel, and the artists Sui Jianguo, Wang Guangy, Wang Jianwei, Zhu Jia.
OCAT Shanghai was set up as the Shanghai branch of OCAT Shenzhen two years ago, in the Suzhou Creek area.
With the opening of Yang Fudong’s solo exhibition “Quote Out of Context” in September 2012, it officially started its autonomous activity as a space for display and research of Chinese and International Multi-media Art.

Exhibiting artists