Works in Progress, an exhibition at the Museum Folkwang in German city Essen, reviews the latest development of Chinese photography. It displays brand-new works of 24 contemporary Chinese artists and photographers.
A new Beijing exhibition offers a close look at several-hundred-year-old Ming Dynasty furniture and its reincarnations today.
Ink and calligraphy brush are where the tradition of Chinese art started and develops.
A Beijing artist known for camouflaging himself in various scenes as social commentary is tackling the United Nation's Global Goals.
Icons and Beauties, an ongoing photo exhibition at Christie's Shanghai gallery, takes viewers on a journey through the lens of time.
Olivier Picasso, a grandson of the late master, brings an insightful photo show to China.
Paradigm of Art, an exhibition now at Germany's Osthaus Museum Hagen, talks about how Chinese artists challenge the mainstream aesthetic values with a display of contemporary sculptures and installations.
The Vocabulary of the Visible World displays paintings by 10 artists, who are widely recognized as representatives of Chinese contemporary art, such as Ding Yi, Yan Peiming and Zhang Xiaogang.
Architect-turned-photographer Roberto Goffi was born in Turin, and he has captured both the vigor and serenity of Milan in an exhibition titled, Explore Milan: 100 Shoots from the Expo City and Its Surroundings.
Actor Zhao Dan (1915-80) was noted for playing the lead in many acclaimed movies, including Street Angel, Crossroads and Lin Zexu. But few know that he was also a skillful painter.
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For far from being just another exhibition taking shape, what lies before our eyes are the most outstanding specimens of Chinese fine arts history imaginable.