Ullens Center for Contemporary Art extends its closing date, spring exhibition opens every day
On February 6, the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art issued a notice on the prevention and control measures for the new coronary pneumonia epidemic.The “Notice” stated that in order to effectively reduce the concentration of people, eliminate the spread of the epidemic, and better protect the lives and health of the people, UCCA Ullens Center for Contemporary Art and UCCA Sand Dunes Art Museum decided to extend the original closing date toThe opening of the spring exhibition and suspension of all recent public project activities.To be precise, the “Intangible / Re-Material: A Brief History of Computer Art” group exhibition, “Yan Xing Solo Exhibition” originally scheduled to be held in Beijing UCCA in the spring of 2020, and the group exhibition “Sleepers'””Resistance” will be postponed, and the new opening time will be decided according to the instructions of the higher authorities, depending on the development of the epidemic situation.During this period, the recruitment and training of UCCA volunteers and tour guides will be temporarily suspended, and the validity period of UCCA members will be appropriately extended according to the new opening time. The specific extension time will be notified.During the closing period, Beijing and Shanghai UCCA Children’s Arts Center suspended face-to-face courses and workshops, the opening hours are to be determined.In an earlier announcement, the UCCA Ullens Center for Contemporary Art and UCCA Dune Art Museum, which were originally planned to be closed during the Spring Festival, had decided to extend the closing date of the original Spring Festival to February 2 and suspend the recent publicProject activities.In essence, for other art venues, the exhibition “Green” originally scheduled to end on February 9, 2020 in the Song Art Museum will be postponed to the exhibition in response to the needs of the general audience.Earlier, the reporter learned that the local museums and art venues in Beijing, including the National Museum of China, the National Art Museum of China, the Today Art Museum, the Red Brick Art Museum, and the Beijing Minsheng Modern Art Museum, have all issued announcements that all venues are temporarily closed to society., Or postpone some exhibitions in the museum.Sauna, Night Net Editor Liu Zhen Tian Ai Ni proofreading Lu Qian