Andy Rementer's art-sport exhibition debuts in Shanghai

This summer, the Jing An Kerry Centre in East China's Shanghai is hosting a unique exhibition that combines visual art with sports culture. From June 21 to Aug 11, internationally renowned artist Andy Rementer is holding his first major commercial collaboration in the Chinese mainland.


A colorful poster for Andy Rementer's exhibition at JAKC. [Photo/WeChat account: jaxwzx]

Rementer, famous for his vibrant and playful artwork, has created a series of installations that have turned JAKC into an artistic sports arena.

Visitors can interact with whimsical 3D artworks like a "vertical tennis court" and an "artistic swimming pool" – blending public art with urban landscapes.


Fascinating and even provocative art installations can now be seen throughout JAKC. [Photo/WeChat account: jaxwzx]

The exhibition also features partnerships with outdoor sports brands, offering activities such as hiking, boxing, and cycling. These events, organized by JAKC's health-focused platform ShineWith, aim to bring energy and vitality to urban lifestyles.

This art-meets-sport initiative is part of JAKC's broader plan to cater to the growing interest in outdoor and winter sports.

The center has curated a selection of premium sports brands – including Salomon, Lululemon, and Arc'teryx – and is also introducing niche sports retailers to Shanghai.

JAKC's commitment to the urban sports culture is evident on its rooftop, where a new multisport facility featuring basketball and tennis courts is now open for bookings. This facility is said to embody the center's vision of accessible, stylish urban fitness.


The vibrant multisport facility on the rooftop of the Jing An Kerry Center in Shanghai blends urban fitness with a stunning cityscape backdrop. [Photo/WeChat account: jaxwzx]


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