Wangye Museum, Shenzhen
Shenzhen Wangye museum was approved by Guangdong Provincial Department of culture in February 2009 and reported to the State Administration of cultural relics for the record. On October 21, 2012, Wangye museum was officially opened. The logo of Wangye museum was written by Professor Su Bai of Peking University. The museum is located on the third floor of Longhua cultural center, Longhua District, Shenzhen. Is a collection, display, research, exhibition of ancient cultural relics based non-state-owned Museum. It covers an area of 2120 square meters. It has a collection of nearly 10000 cultural relics and more than 40000 specimens, including rare relics and unique collections in the world. After two grading and appraisal, there are 55 first-class cultural relics, 81 second-class cultural relics and 68 third-class cultural relics in the collection. Among all the state-owned and non-state-owned cultural relics collection institutions in Shenzhen, it has the largest collection of first-class national cultural relics.
Shenzhen Wangye museum is divided into four exhibition halls, with a collection of more than 10000 pieces (groups) of various precious cultural relics and more than 40000 pieces of important specimens. The collection covers Shang, Zhou, Warring States, Qin, Han, Tang, song, yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties. The materials include gold, silver, copper, iron, jade, stone, lacquer, pottery, porcelain, wood, bone and many other categories. In particular, the bone slips of the Warring States period, bamboo slips of the Chu and Han Dynasties, pottery inscriptions in Yecheng, early Buddha statues in China, ceramics of the Tang Dynasty, red and green colored porcelain of the song and Jin Dynasties, ancient ceramic pillows, epitaph inscriptions of the song and Jin Dynasties, ancient City relics in the Central Plains, Zoroastrianism stone inscriptions of the song and Jin Dynasties, clay pottery molds of the song and Jin Dynasties, and Jun kiln remains are featured and of large scale. Among them, the collection of white porcelain in Sui and Tang Dynasties and red and green porcelain in song and Jin Dynasties is recognized as the first in the world by the international academic and Tibetan circles.
In 2014, 32 first-class cultural relics, 60 second-class cultural relics and 61 third-class cultural relics were identified and approved by Guangdong cultural relics identification station; on December 6, 2016, 23 first-class cultural relics, 21 second-class cultural relics and 7 third-class cultural relics were identified and approved by Shenzhen Institute of cultural relics and archaeology. As of December 2016, 55 national first-class cultural relics, 81 second-class cultural relics and 68 third-class cultural relics have been approved. Among all the state-owned and non-state-owned cultural relics collection institutions in Shenzhen, it has the largest collection of first-class national cultural relics.
Wangye Museum in Shenzhen is a non-state-owned Museum of ancient Chinese cultural relics. The number, quantity and cross generational collection of the museum are rare in China. The museum is located in Longhua New District, bringing new cultural enjoyment to the residents of the new district.
Shenzhen Wangye museum was approved by Guangdong Provincial Department of culture in February 2009 and submitted to the State Administration of cultural relics for the record. There are more than 40000 important specimens unearthed in the museum, and there are a large number of precious cultural relics, among which the main collections have been personally viewed by famous cultural relics and archaeologists at home and abroad, such as Su Bai, Le'er of changgu, Geng Baochang, etc.
Since its opening to the public in 2012, Wangye Museum has received more than 200000 visitors from all over the world, many of whom are experts and scholars from large internationally renowned museums, universities, cultural and Museum institutions and research institutes at home and abroad. At the same time, many theme exhibitions with clear topic orientation, great academic significance and various forms of expression were held. Over the years, he has held exhibitions such as wonderful Song Dynasty gold colored porcelain, Buddha's world, thirty utensils, three thousand years, Shanxi kiln fire special exhibition of ancient ceramics, snow from the Tang Dynasty Chinese white porcelain in the 6th-9th century, combination and difference ancient Chinese box, Yan Yan Yan ancient clay pottery inkstone, Zhibai shouhei ancient northern China black porcelain exhibition It is well received in the industry. It has greatly promoted the collection and academic research.
At the same time, it reshapes the public's cognition of ancient artifacts and ancient art. Let the citizens and tourists feel the profound Chinese civilization and the profound accumulation of Shenzhen urban culture.
Hold major exhibitions
Since its establishment, Shenzhen Wangye Museum has held many theme exhibitions with clear topics, great academic significance and various forms of expression. The exhibition is well received in the industry. It has greatly promoted the collection and academic research. At the same time, it reshapes the public's cognition of ancient artifacts and ancient art. Let the citizens and tourists feel the profound Chinese civilization and the profound accumulation of Shenzhen urban culture.
In November 2006, "wonderful Song Dynasty porcelain" was successfully held in Shenzhen Museum with the support of the Publicity Department of Shenzhen Municipal Party committee. This is the world's first "Song Jin colored porcelain" exhibition, which attracts the attention of scholars at home and abroad.
In October 2012, the Buddha world was held;
In November 2012, the exhibition of "thirty utensils, three thousand years" was held;
In June 2013, the exhibition "Shanxi good and Shanxi beautiful ● Shanxi kiln fire - Shanxi ancient ceramics special" was held, showing the world a new and different beauty of Shanxi ceramics.
In December 2013, the exhibition "snow from the Tang Dynasty: Chinese white porcelain in the 6th-9th century" was held;
In December 2014, he held the exhibition of "unity but difference: Ancient Chinese box";
In March 2016, the exhibition "Yan Yan: ancient clay and pottery inkstones" was held;
In April 2016, the exhibition of "know the white and keep the black" was held;
In April 2017, the exhibition of the beauty of the Tang Dynasty was held;
In June 2017, the exhibition of Zhanli Datang was held;
In December 2017, the exhibition of peace in the golden age was held;
In April 2018, "Chang'an spring" exhibition will be held;
In June 2018, he and other non-state-owned Museum units jointly held the "Colorful Silk Road: Tang Sancai Yaozhou porcelain Buddha statues" exhibition tour
Introduction to the curator
Mr. Yan Yan, founder and current director of Wangye Museum, has been engaged in cultural relics collection for more than 30 years.
Hanlong.com, established by Yan Xiansheng in 1997, is also the first world-famous cultural relics identification and exchange website, which has great influence in the world. In 2000, it was awarded the title of "excellent Chinese cultural website" by the Ministry of culture of the people's Republic of China.
In 2006, he was appointed as the Deputy Secretary General of the Third Council of China Heritage Conservation Foundation, served as the academic consultant of CCTV "national treasure archives" column, and was a well-known cultural relic scholar at home and abroad.
He has planned and organized "2008 China ancient ceramics (Shenzhen) appreciation meeting" and "wonderful China" China Song Dynasty porcelain exhibition in 2010.
In 2009, Yan Yan won the title of "top ten people who influenced Chinese collection circles in 2009". In 2015, Shenzhen Wangye museum was selected as one of the top ten private museums in Asia in 2014.
In July 2002, Shanghai Century Publishing Group and Shanghai Bookstore Publishing House published the afternoon, future and application volumes of online appraisal.
In October 2003, Shanghai Century Publishing Group and Shanghai Bookstore Publishing House published volumes Zi, Chou and Yin of online appraisal.
In November 2003, Shanghai Century Publishing Group and Shanghai Bookstore Publishing House published red and green color.
In July 2004, elephant Publishing House published Jianbao (Volume 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6).
In October 2004, Shanghai Century Publishing Group and Shanghai Bookstore Publishing House published volumes Mao, Chen and Si of online appraisal.
In January 2005, elephant publishing house, Shanghai Century Publishing Group and Shanghai Bookstore Publishing House jointly published "rainbow in the horizon: Research on China's 10-13 century glaze polychrome painted ceramics". This book won the title of "China's most beautiful book" in 2005. It was displayed at the Frankfurt International Book Fair in Germany and won a high reputation in the international publishing industry.
In January 2006, Jilin Publishing Group published 1001 cases of Taobao.
In January 2007, Jilin Publishing Group published the first and second volumes of "examples of Taobao".
In January 2008, the Cultural Relics Publishing House published "Millennium Dream China: Ancient Chinese ceramic pillow".
In September 2009, the Cultural Relics Publishing House published the atlas of "wonderful · the brilliance of China's 12th century colored porcelain".
In November 2009, the Cultural Relics Publishing House published the atlas of wonderful life in the Jin and Yuan Dynasties.
In January 2010, the Cultural Relics Publishing House published "Millennium Dream China: Ancient Chinese ceramic pillow (Second Edition)".
In November 2012, the Heritage Publishing House published "thirty utensils, three thousand years"
In December 2013, the Cultural Relics Publishing House published snow from the Tang Dynasty: a special exhibition of ancient Chinese white porcelain in the Tang Dynasty
In April 2017, the one of the "one belt, one road behind the beauty of Datang" was published.
Notice to visitors
Admission free, open from 9 am to 21 pm every Tuesday to Sunday, closed on Monday.
Notice to the audience
For the basic display and special exhibition based on the collection of Wangye Museum in Shenzhen, the audience can take photos, but do not use flash and tripod. For the temporary exhibitions introduced, whether photos can be taken will be determined according to the exhibition agreement. If photos cannot be taken, obvious signs will be set up in the exhibition hall.
All kinds of controlled knives, dangerous goods and pets are not allowed to enter the museum. Prohibited personal belongings should be kept in bags or handled outside the museum.
Please do not make any noise during the visit and mute your mobile phone to avoid noise
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