The works of Chinese artist Mu Xin are collected at a unique museum in Wuzhen, China. Mu Xin, a writer and a painter, was one of many Chinese to have his or her works destroyed and face imprisonment during Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution.

The architecture and natural setting of the Mu Xin Art Museum is unique and beautiful. Built on top of a lake, the cube-shaped structures built from concrete, wood, and stone present an artistic spectacle that appears to float on the water. Because of this, the museum presents excellent photo opportunities both inside and outside.