OPEN’s latest project, TANK Shanghai, has opened to the public on March 23rd. Located in Shanghai’s West Bund, the project transforms an abandoned airport into a vibrant urban art park woven around five decommissioned oil tanks. OPEN's design reinvents these industrial relics as galleries and other spaces for contemporary art and culture. TANK Shanghai has been featured in the 2018 Arts Preview of The New York Times and listed as one of the most anticipated art museums by a number of influential worldwide art and architectural media. Opening alongside the art center are three inaugural exhibitions: a group show of Chinese contemporary artists, Under Construction, a solo show of Argentinian artist Adrián Villar Rojas, and the first Shanghai show of the Japanese art collective TeamLab: Universe of Water Particles in the Tank.