The Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has partnered with Production Q to launch The City Book, where travel stories featured will be told through artwork created by selected artists with strong links to Hong Kong.
In 2016, what art enjoyments can we expect? The Paper selected a batch of most representative exhibitions worldwide that are going to feast our eyes in 2016, which covers fields of photography, archaeology, fashion and others.
Gwenaelle Chassin de Kergommeaux, a French designer and artist, wanted to create something for China, where she has lived since 2007.
While the country's art market has seen a decline due to an economic slowdown and the crackdown on graft, the Internet seems to offer a ray of hope, Deng Zhangyu reports.
The discovery of an important cache of Buddhist sutras in Dunhuang, in 1900 had a profound influence on Chinese fine arts in the 20th century.
No stone evokes China like jade. Lately, 4,000-year-old pieces found in Hubei province are shedding new light on an ancient industry.
Leaders and People, a permanent exhibition was recently unveiled at the National Museum of China in Beijing.
Five ink paintings that portray socialist constructions in the country in the 1950s are displayed at an ongoing exhibition at the National Art Museum of China.
One of the finest Chinese porcelain collections in history will be put up for auction, with an overall estimated price of over 20 million pounds.
Performances and cultural events to be expected
"The Wall Power — Wallpost Artist Exhibition", a joint show of young artists, was inaugurated at Beijing's Today Art Museum on Jan 7. The works on display are selected from submissions by more than 100 emerging artists.
At 73, Donald Stone has been an avid collector for nearly six decades.