City Hotel and Graffiti Art
Experience traditional and modern art at hotel in Pudong
The Radisson Blu Hotel Pudong Century Park breaks the mold of the archetypical business and leisure hotel and is refreshingly different in every possible way, from its minimalistic design concept to the Art Hospitality philosophy and the distinct chinaware. The immediate impression is one of pure artistry, reinforced by commissioned modern art pieces and eight themed art exhibitions, housed at the hotel since 2009. This different approach to upscale accommodation has been achieved without compromising the renowned Art Hospitality of the hotel.
Shanghai, as one of the biggest cities in the world, features millions of erected walls that form an indistinguishable cityscape, ultimately conforming to an audacious skyline of graffiti art. The most prominent location for graffiti is Moganshan Lu, a famed road with many kinds of art and galleries that feature notable artists from around the world. Unfortunately, the Moganshan Lu graffiti wall will be demolished by the end of the year. The end of the Moganshan Lu, however, is not the end of graffiti art in Shanghai.
The hotel believes that graffiti art can take place anywhere. After successfully organizing eight in-house art exhibitions, from contemporary Chinese art to Dali pieces, the Radisson Blu Hotel Pudong Century Park is now offering a new platform for those artists who are wandering around the city seeking a new Moganshan Lu. Mr. Paul Conquerel, a prolific French graffiti artist in Shanghai, has been commissioned to create inspiring graffiti art for the hotel’s parking area, which will result in another eye feast with intense color and thought-provoking visions for the hotel guests.