Where to Go, an ongoing exhibition at the Equivalence Fine Arts gallery in Beijing, has gathered 15 ink painters who communicate their thoughts on Shitao's ideas against the backdrop of a rapidly changing China.
Sun says all the works are not difficult for Western audiences to follow since this kind of abstract language has more than 100 years of history in Europe.
Chinese-born French artist Zao Wou-ki's engravings will be shown in Nantong two years after his death.
Song Dong, 50, has been using objects of daily use in experimental art projects since 2002, discovering aesthetics in discarded things.
From candy bars to dancing skirts and blooming flowers, Toots Zynsky's artworks evoke all kinds of imagery at Shanghai's Liuli China Museum.
An art school attempts to revive appreciation of the folk crafts that once thrived on the banks of the Yangtze.
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.