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JIA Shanghai launches Artscape Promotion

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The JIA Shanghai has launched a new package for enthusiasts and collectors of contemporary Chinese art. This unique 'Artscape' package includes a unique city art tour specially designed by renowned art specialist and gallery owner Andrew James.

Priced at RMB 1,495 + tax and service charge a night, it also includes a lucky draw which offers the chance to win a lithograph titled Children No. 1 by contemporary Chinese artist Guo Jin, valued at RMB 15,000, as well as dinner for six at JIA Shanghai's Italian restaurant ISSIMO (valued at RMB 4,000), with Andrew James personally introducing exclusive new Chinese art pieces.

The package is valid until February 28, 2009 and includes accommodation in a chic JIA Studio Plus room which comes with a welcome flute of champagne or JIA cocktail and complimentary continental breakfast at Issimo, all day soft beverages, afternoon cakes and evening wine in the Lobby, free broadband/wifi connection throughout the hotel and free local calls.

The art tour includes visits to the Shanghai Art Museum and MoCA Shanghai, which have monthly exhibitions of contemporary art, the avant-garde Shanghai Gallery of Art on The Bund, Studio Rouge run by Australian George Michell, and galleries in the colonial former 'French Concession' such as Art Labor, O.V Gallery, Meis, New York Gallery, James Cohen Gallery, as well as a recommended stop for lunch or tea at KEE Shanghai, a private members club located in the heritage 1920s Twin Villas, with ShangArt. The tour is completed at Andrew James Art, a short stroll from JIA Shanghai.

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