Visitors enjoy western paintings at the European and American Classical Art Exhibition at the Shandong Museum in Jinan, Shandong province, October 15, 2013.
Arctic Life, a photo exhibition currently presented in Beijing, gives a glimpse of the cold, mysterious landscape and the residents of the Arctic Circle to the outside world.
For Li Zhichen, a Jinan local in his 30s, the opening ceremony of the 10th China Art Festival in Shandong province exceeded expectations.
Liu Haifeng, now an associate professor at the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, infuses "fashion" into his artistic creations.
Actors perform a scene from Kunqu Opera "A Dream of Red Mansions" during the 10th China Art Festival in Jinan, Shandong province on October 14, 2013.
For over a millennium, Chinese artists have been using ink to express the beauty of flowers and birds. Artist Huang Yue has carried that tradition on, but uses a different medium – oil.
Movana Chen's one-woman-show at ArtisTree illustrates how seamlessly she weaves together literature and performance art. Rebecca Lo drops by her Chai Wan studio to observe the "kniterature" in progress.
Beijing is not only the economic, political and educational center of China, but also its cultural and artistic center.
When she graduated with a master's degree from the School of Fine Arts at Jiangsu Normal University this summer, the journey in the arts had only just begun for 25-year-old Ding Ding, she said.
Leonardo da Vinci is best known in China as an artist for his masterpiece Mona Lisa, but an exhibition at the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum shows he is also a genius in math, mechanics, biology, astronomy and many other domains.
"What charity and art have in common is sharing," says Li Lai-nga, 35, an artist and founder of ART+.
Peter Lau may be the last person you'd expect to own a bookstore and a printing house - he doesn't enjoy reading.