The stunning location alone is ample reward for venturing outside of the 978 district. The gallery is situated within an outpost and upon soaring stone walls which used to surround the city of Beijing. Vibrant young artwork appropriately contrasts the heritage exhibition with which it shares a space. Artworks, a selection of models and 1940s photographs are another reminder of the rate of change in the city; China and it's culture.
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