The Guangdong Museum of Art is a huge art museum located in Yuexiu District in Guangzhou. It features no less than twelve indoor exhibition halls that cover an area of 8000 square meters, plus an outdoor Sculpture Garden of contemporary works covering a further 5000 square meters.
The majority of the art at the Guangdong Museum of Art comprises of paintings, sculptures, and ceramics. The museum hosts in the region of 60 exhibitions a year in addition to its permanent collection, which primarily features contemporary works by local artists, as well as Chinese artists working abroad. The museum focuses in particular on artists based in the Pearl River Delta, and art lovers can appreciate works by such Guangzhou residents as Xu Tan and Chen Shaoxiong on a visit here.
Although admission into the Guangdong Museum of Art is free, as with most museums and galleries in China, you must produce valid photo ID to gain entrance.
The easiest way to reach the Guangdong Museum of Art is by taxi, although bus numbers 89, 194, B21, and 131A stop at Xinghai Concert Hall, which is located on Yanyu Road. The museum is located to the east of the concert hall.