The exhibition Just Silence —The Grass and Insects World of Qi Baishi is underway at the Art Museum of Beijing Fine Art Academy. It features the biggest collection of the grass and insect artworks of the maestro.
Seventeenth-Century Chinese furniture is among highlights at Christie's auction house in New York right now. It's come to market thanks to the sale of a private Hong Kong collection. Asian Art Week is also offering rare Chinese ceramics.
"The Masters of Shapes and Colors", an exhibition in Beijing combining Chinese paintings and French sculpture, is the first co-exhibit between the two artists and marks a cultural exchange between the countries.
A photo exhibition tracing decades of China's development is on display at the Shanghai Center of Photography. Grain to Pixel: A Story of Photography in China features signature camera works by 70 artists and documents dramatic changes in the country.
Japanese architect Naoki Terada came to Beijing to collect materials for his project, '1/100 Terada Mokei'. The project will include 100 city scenes demonstrated via miniature paper-cuts of objects that are one percent the size of the originals.
Beijing's Palace Museum - located in the Forbidden City - is bringing out the best of its treasures for 90th-Anniversary commemorations. Among the highlights are the Stone Moat collection, comprising ancient China's renowned painters and calligraphers.
Folk dramas, a traditional form of Chinese culture, are fighting for survival in the modern age. According to cultural authorities, traditional drama genres have fallen to 286 from 368 in 1959, the equivalent of three dying out annually.