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Art Museum of China Central Academy of Fine Arts

Established in 1953, the Art Museum of China Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA Art Museum) is one of the state-of-the-art art museums in China and has a collection of some 13,000 artworks covering a wide variety of genres and styles from ancient to contemporary, China to western countries, and all art fields.

Committed to an “all-embracing” academic tradition keeping eyes on both past and future, CAFA Art Museum aims to create an open, free and academic space and allow artist-to-audience interaction. With the completion and use of the new building designed by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki in 2008, the museum becomes a platform for the exchange of Chinese and foreign art, as well as to provide a space for visit, study and exhibition to CAFA faculties and students, the public, domestic and foreign artists. Besides academic exhibitions, the museum also holds public and community art education outreach.

9:30am5:30pm (TUE – SAT)
Closed on MON

No.8 Hua Jia Di Nan St., Chao Yang District, Beijing, China


(8610) 6477 1575

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