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798 Space is a new rising, avant-garde and trendy space that hosts high-level cultural, artistic and commercial activities. It can hold more than 1000 guests with ease:

1000 square meters and up to 9 meters high structural exhibition space + 300 square meters relaxing and eating space + contemporary art book shop + film and video showing area

Located in Dashanzi Art District (original 798 Factory), the heart of a growing art and culture community in Beijing, 798 Space is the center and the biggest space that provide cultural, artistic and commercial activities in the area. It was designed by the East German's architects in the Bauhaus style in the early 1950's. Through the reconstruction and redesigning with the contemporary aesthetics by artists, the space combines the past, present, and future of the 'New China' and the unique meaning of the socialistic culture.

798 Space does not limit itself to organize national and international exhibitions and communications of contemporary art, but looks also to host high-level cultural and commercial activities.

Contemporary art exhibitions, communications, forums, multimedia exhibitions, experimental dramas, contemporary dances & concerts, design & furniture exhibitions, great cultural evenings...

Fashion shows, product launches, press conferences, social parties, meetings, fairs and all the other corporate services.

We can provide for any corporate needs and offers a whole range and high quality of assistant services from catering to design layout, from supplying lighting and audio or visual equipments to organizing different entertainments.

Nowadays, 798 district located at Dashanzi is said to be the third-biggest sightseeing attraction in Beijing, after the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. Originally used as joint factories, 798 houses a thriving art and culture community in northeastern Beijing. It is often compared with New York's Greenwich Village or SoHo. Today let's follow CRI reporter Mark Griffiths to tour the popular art zone.