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Reviewed 18 June 2018

Not a traditional site. You'll find both graffiti, modern art, and a little bit of traditional art in this area of converted industrial buildings. It's a fun spot. We also purchased a few cool souvenirs.

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Reviewed 8 May 2018

at least on the day I was there. There appear to be more vacant spaces than galleries. In addition, I went on a Friday afternoon and the vast majority of of the few galleries they have were closed. It looks like the area is in decline and is depressing. There were a few sad looking cafe’s. Not worth the effort to get there.

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Reviewed 28 April 2018

M 50 is a creative space, full of galleries and artist studios. You actually see artists who are in the process of painting. But then there are also quite a number of just galleries. An interesting and eclectic collection of modern art, from established artists to uni graduates. Also some very nice cafes and restaurants. The space is not quite as big as 798, but it is worth a visit.

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Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile

The repurposed area that turned old factories into studios and galleries.
It’s a number of wonderful galleries and studios. Lots to see, lots to buy. Furniture, pottery, oils, photography - it’s all here.
My favorite gallery was the amazing Island Six with amazing mixed media pieces. I’ve never seen anything like it! Don’t miss it!

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Reviewed 30 March 2018

There are some cool galleries and exhibits here but a lot of the galleries weren't open. This is not as cool as the 798 district in Beijing but def interesting if you are into art. My friend found and bought a REALLY great painting here and the artist was there working. So that was DEF a great thing. Eat before you come. Not a lot of good food options here.

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