The 2nd Art Zone is located on the banks of the Aihe River in Kaohsiung City, adjacent to Kaohsiung Port. Rejection 2 refers to the No. 2 docking station, which was originally a port warehouse. The reconstructed 2nd Art Zone has a post-modern style with artist studio, visual, performing arts space and dining facilities, and retains the original The warehouse's mottled iron gates and exposed cement walls.
Ranji is a distinctive art space, and it is also a place for people to relax. You can find amazing works of art, reflecting the blue sky and the sun. Excellent scene for taking pictures.
There is no wall here, there is no gate, two cute big dolls "reject the two biggest coffees", it means that the second art district has been reached. There is also a MRT in the open park. And bus stop.
personal experience, really endless aftertaste. Here is a very special place, not just the scenery, including railway culture, sculpture culture, wall culture, every corner can be revealed A breath of art.
The 2nd Art Zone is located at the end of the southern end of Dayong Road, Yancheng District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. Ban 2 refers to the No. 2 docking station, located in the third ship channel of Kaohsiung Port. It was built on June 12, 1973 and was originally a general port warehouse. In 2000, the Kaohsiung City Government accidentally discovered this experimental field in search of the National Day fireworks display site.
Its very good to fly a kite here. Imagine that many people in Guangzhou dont know what its like to fly a kite. There is no such open space for children to play, unless you go to a special place, feel like taking a child to fly a kite. Parents must be particularly affectionate.
In 2000, the Kaohsiung City Government accidentally discovered this experimental field in search of the National Day fireworks display site. However, due to years of disrepair, the stationed units carried out various construction projects for the state of the old buildings, which was completed on March 24, 2002. Under the impetus of artists and local cultural workers, combined with the project resources of the ICSC's idle space reuse, the second art district will be the representative works created by the Kaohsiung community. After the Kaohsiung Association of Art Development and the Shude University of Science and Technology to develop local art workshops, the Second Art Zone became the experimental creation site in southern Taiwan.
Kaohsiung, the first city to stay in Taiwan. Because I was going to Wuhu to transfer here, I stayed for more than one night. The 33rd sunny day of the barge two, and the bear children sit on the mini train. Refuting the top of the second tower, Kaohsiung Port is on the left, the wind blows the hair, and the hot sun becomes lovely.
What is Kaohsiung left for me. Everyone has a special Eslite, summer blaze, the wind of the port, the Lehong record store that has not yet had time to walk in, will it be the ubiquitous Mayday.
You will come, you will understand
The two art districts, similar to Beijing's 798, include railway culture, sculpture culture, and wall culture. Every corner can reveal the atmosphere of art. Every small store has its own characteristics. The entire second block is still very large. Divided into several districts.
The art district will hold different themed exhibitions from time to time, and there will be concerts of independent musicians every weekend. For the young artists, listening to a concert in a huge warehouse is the most special in Kaohsiung. Experience, but remember to buy tickets in advance.
The Pier-2 Art Center is situated on the bank of the Love River in Kaohsiung City, next to Kaohsiung Port. "Pier-2" refers to the second pier, which was originally a port warehouse for storing fishmeal and sugar. In 2000, the Kaohsiung government rebuilt it to form a well-known art exhibition area in Kaohsiung City. The park is dotted with a large number of cute, avant-garde tall dolls, one of the most eye-catching is a yellow Transformers doll, this is the one appeared in the May Day "DNA concert". In addition, there is a railway story museum next to the Art District, where you can see ancient steam locomotives.