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Q: where is the 3D art gallery/ museum in shanghai?

hey does anyone know where the 3D art museum in shanghai is?they have these really cool and realistic paintings where you can pose and take a picture and it looks like you're a part of the painting. was watching city beat the other night and the show was about all the cool places you could go to during the summer unfortunately they never gave an address. so anyone know where it is?

7 years 17 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Shanghai

 
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3D? Just about any sculpture will do, cant get more "3-D" than that.....
 

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right let me be more specific. the museum shows paintings done on flat canvass or surfaces but if you were looking at it from a specific point then it would look as if it was protruding, hence the reason why i use the word 3D. so anyone know where it is?

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No idea but keep looking, i'm sure it'll stand out.

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I am not sure if this is the place you are looking for, but it does have a building (supposedly) dedicated to 3D art.  It is called: 50 Moganshan Road Art Center. You can find more information about it here: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/china/shanghai/sights/gallery/50-moganshan-road

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I saw the same program and was wondering if you had figured out where it was or what the name of the gallery is.  Any luck? My wife and I would love to check it out!

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from people square go to the bund through nanjing pedistrian road, at the end you look for The Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, is located under the the bund sightseeing. I think it is called Tricked House - 3D Art. Most people like with the Sightseeing Tunnel, laser light decorated all over the tunnel.

 

http://www.timeoutshanghai.com/venue/Around_Town-Landmarks/2085/The-Bund...

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