Jessie Lee believes China's long history of ceramics is both a cause for celebration and a curse for the country's contemporary artists.
During Susanne Silvertant's first trip to China in 2014, the 54-year-old Dutch ceramic artist made a set of porcelain vessels with the help of a Chinese monk.
My travels in China have had an enormous influence on my work as a Dutch ceramics artist.
The 11th National Calligraphy and Seal Carving, now at the National Art Museum of China, traces the aesthetic transformation of Chinese calligraphy over the decade.
Parkview Green Art Taipei's first exhibition, titled Spiritual Field, teams up artists from the Chinese mainland, Taiwan and South Korea, who communicate different approaches to life and art.
Some 160 pieces of porcelain deemed not good enough for China's royal court and shattered 580 years ago have finally made their way to the Forbidden City.
The Second Silk Road International Arts Festival will be held in Xi‘an, capital of West China’s Shaanxi province, from Sept 7 to 21.
Painting is an exhibition which, its curator and artist Geng Jianyi hopes, will enable viewers to feel the inner power of painting. On show are canvases, ink paintings, drawings and watercolors by four painters including Dong Dayuan, Duan Jianwei, Wang Yongliang and Yu Huijian.
In the past year, Zou Liang's failed attempts to deal with his social life and art creation left the sculptor troubled.
A show of Polish culture in Beijing speaks to the connection between the past and present.
A global 'experience' show will debut in Beijing next year, unveiling the master's life and works for art lovers who can't travel to Amsterdam to view his original pieces.
A museum dedicated to hairdressing, the first in Beijing, is set to open in late August on Jiu Gulou Waidajie in the capital.