If you’re hankering to visit a contemporary Chinese art gallery, head over to this nonprofit space near Suzhou Creek. Established in 2005, OCAT partners with the national He Xiangning Art Museum in Shenzhen topromote Chinese contemporary art and an exchange between China and foreign countries. It rotates various exhibits, holds academic forums, and hosts artists- and academics-in-residence inside a space of more than 3,000 sqm. Check the website to see what’s on. Its celebration of the visual arts also includes dance performances and film screenings. and it has collaborated with various international institutions including the MOMA in New York.