Zhixin Jason Sun, a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, said he hopes to introduce more Chinese contemporary art to the US audience
Beijing Fine Art Academy's museum boasts many works by Qi Baishi (1864-1957), the Chinese painting master, ranging from his ink-and-wash works to calligraphy and seals.
Houndstooth, checkerboard, colorblocks, diamonds—when Shanghai-based textile designer Hu Minna first saw these patterns during her visit to a remote village in Guizhou province in 2006, she was in awe.
The second edition of the "Art Lima 2014" fair , held from March 20 to March 23, seeks to consolidate itself in the international art fairs calendar, with the participation of 15 countries.
Jiangxi province is showcasing some of its most precious cultural relics at the Capital Museum in Beijing for the first time. Almost half of the 160 items are first-class national treasures. They include bronze wares, ceramics, jade wares, silks, calligraphy and paintings.
Chinese artist Liu Zhong recently brought 80 of his Giant Panda paintings to Hong Kong for a three-day exhibition titled "Pandas and Their Friends".
Visitors enjoy paintings at the Suzhou Art Museum in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, March 18, 2014.
Chinese contemporary artist Yin Yinhong's debut solo oil painting exhibition in Berlin, First Meet, features bright colors and Eastern aesthetics.
Chinese painter Pan Yu-lin's iconic work, Nude by the Window, will be one of the prime attractions next month at an auction in Hong Kong.
Egyptian modern artist A. Moawad's oil paintings demonstrate his obsession with the country's traditional culture.
Items are on display at the preview of the first Art Treasure Auction in Beijing, March 16, 2014.
Ancient ritual wine vessels, modern contemporary paintings and masterpieces representing Buddhism, Hinduism, Daoism and Shintoism are among the highlights of Asian art sales in New York next week.