Deji Art Museum officially opens to the public with a brand-new identity. Located in the city of Nanjing, one of China’s ancient capitals, the Deji Art Museum is committed to becoming an integrated art institution and cultural platform that transcends state borders, cultures, histories, and media.

Based on a globalized vision and a localized cultural expression in the contemporary context, the Deji Art Museum showcases the public its openness and innovation by presenting comprehensive and diverse research and exhibition programs that range from classical Chinese art to modern and contemporary art from the East and the West, as well as a thematic exhibition that is based on the 2,500-year history of the city of “Jinling”- the historical name of Nanjing.

The exhibition space of Deji Art Museum is nearly 10,000 sqm. “An Era in Jinling”- the digital art exhibition vividly showcases to the audiences the opulent historical lineage and depth of Chinese culture by bridging the cultural relic and digital technology. The Special Exhibition Gallery displays various genres of artworks across different eras and regions, a place that fosters cross-culture communication between China and the world; it opens up a window for multiculturalism in the globalized art community.

Opening Hours

Monday: 14:00-22:00
Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00-22:00
Last Entry: 21:00

Address

8F, Phase II, Deji Plaza, No.18 Zhongshan Road, Nanjing, China

Tel: +86 25 86777999

 

Getting There

Public transport: take Metro Line 1 or 2 to Exit 7, Xinjiekou Station.

Drive: navigate to the Deji Plaza basement car park, take the Deji Plaza Phase II elevator to the 8th floor.

 

TIPS WHEN VISITING
 
In light of the pandemic, all visitors are required to wear facemasks and must show a valid Venue Code, Health Code, and Travel Code before entry. All visitors must also agree to have their temperature checked and may only enter the museum if they show no symptoms of COVID-19. If an individual’s Health Code is marked with a “*” or the colour changes from green to yellow/red, it is prohibited for them to enter the museum. Any individual who violates the prevention and control regulations is liable for any relevant losses or charges. 
 
1. Anyone with mobility difficulties should be accompanied by a qualified adult carer. 
2. Please maintain good hygiene practice in the museum. No food, drinks, or pets are allowed in the museum. It is prohibited to smoke on the museum premises, including the use of electronic cigarettes.
3. Do not touch the artwork. Please be careful throughout the venue, particularly around the artwork and when using any of the museums’ facilities. It is prohibited to use any painting tools or stationery within the exhibition venue. The museum is monitored by surveillance cameras and individuals are legally liable for any damage to the artwork, infrastructure, or facilities, as well as any incurred fines or charges. 
4. Flash photography, tripods, and selfie sticks are prohibited. Relevant authorization and approval must be obtained in advance from the museum for any commercial photography.
5. For health and safety reasons, dangerous items such as knives, highly toxic materials, and inflammable and explosive materials are strictly prohibited, as well as any other items that may be a danger to the museum, its staff, or other guests.
6. Please mute your mobile phone in the exhibition space. Shouting, running, climbing, or lying down is not allowed. 
7. Please take care of your personal belongings and valuables. The museum is not responsible for any losses. 
8. To optimize your viewing experience, the museum will implement sectional traffic flow restrictions. Please queue in front of the entrance.
9. In the event of an emergency, please cooperate fully with museum staff.

Deji Art Museum officially opens to the public with a brand-new identity. Located in the city of Nanjing, one of China’s ancient capitals, the Deji Art Museum is committed to becoming an integrated art institution and cultural platform that transcends state borders, cultures, histories, and media.

Based on a globalized vision and a localized cultural expression in the contemporary context, the Deji Art Museum showcases the public its openness and innovation by presenting comprehensive and diverse research and exhibition programs that range from classical Chinese art to modern and contemporary art from the East and the West, as well as a thematic exhibition that is based on the 2,500-year history of the city of “Jinling”- the historical name of Nanjing.

The exhibition space of Deji Art Museum is nearly 10,000 sqm. “An Era in Jinling”- the digital art exhibition vividly showcases to the audiences the opulent historical lineage and depth of Chinese culture by bridging the cultural relic and digital technology. The Special Exhibition Gallery displays various genres of artworks across different eras and regions, a place that fosters cross-culture communication between China and the world; it opens up a window for multiculturalism in the globalized art community.

Opening Hours

Monday: 14:00-22:00
Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00-22:00
Last Entry: 21:00

Address

8F, Phase II, Deji Plaza, No.18 Zhongshan Road, Nanjing, China

Tel: +86 25 86777999

 

Getting There

Public transport: take Metro Line 1 or 2 to Exit 7, Xinjiekou Station.

Drive: navigate to the Deji Plaza basement car park, take the Deji Plaza Phase II elevator to the 8th floor.

 

TIPS WHEN VISITING
 
In light of the pandemic, all visitors are required to wear facemasks and must show a valid Venue Code, Health Code, and Travel Code before entry. All visitors must also agree to have their temperature checked and may only enter the museum if they show no symptoms of COVID-19. If an individual’s Health Code is marked with a “*” or the colour changes from green to yellow/red, it is prohibited for them to enter the museum. Any individual who violates the prevention and control regulations is liable for any relevant losses or charges. 
 
1. Anyone with mobility difficulties should be accompanied by a qualified adult carer. 
2. Please maintain good hygiene practice in the museum. No food, drinks, or pets are allowed in the museum. It is prohibited to smoke on the museum premises, including the use of electronic cigarettes.
3. Do not touch the artwork. Please be careful throughout the venue, particularly around the artwork and when using any of the museums’ facilities. It is prohibited to use any painting tools or stationery within the exhibition venue. The museum is monitored by surveillance cameras and individuals are legally liable for any damage to the artwork, infrastructure, or facilities, as well as any incurred fines or charges. 
4. Flash photography, tripods, and selfie sticks are prohibited. Relevant authorization and approval must be obtained in advance from the museum for any commercial photography.
5. For health and safety reasons, dangerous items such as knives, highly toxic materials, and inflammable and explosive materials are strictly prohibited, as well as any other items that may be a danger to the museum, its staff, or other guests.
6. Please mute your mobile phone in the exhibition space. Shouting, running, climbing, or lying down is not allowed. 
7. Please take care of your personal belongings and valuables. The museum is not responsible for any losses. 
8. To optimize your viewing experience, the museum will implement sectional traffic flow restrictions. Please queue in front of the entrance.
9. In the event of an emergency, please cooperate fully with museum staff.