Top 10 most expensive artworks sold at auction
Three deep-pocketed Chinese buyers spent a total of $116.67 million at an auction of Western art in New York, acquiring three of the top five lots.
The Hall of Martial Valor (Wuyingdian) in Beijing's Palace Museum is re-opening after months of winter-season rest.
The long-anticipated private Beijing Minsheng Art Museum has yet to announce when it will officially open, only confirming that it will be sometime in June.
Markus Lupertz is staging his largest-ever solo show in China. China Daily talks to the artist about the importance of images and why he believes abstract painting originated in China.
Long Museum is presenting an exhibition of Guan Liang (1900-86), in memory of the 115th anniversary of the artist's birth.
Chinese movie mogul Wang Zhongjun paid $29.9 million for a Picasso painting auctioned off from the Goldwyn family collection at Sotheby’s in New York on Tuesday.
Chinese artist Huang Yue's personal exhibition opened at the Chongqing World Financial Centre in Southwest China's Chongqing Municipality on April 28, 2015.
The chairman of Huayi Brothers Media Wang Zhongjun purchased Pablo Picasso’s Femme Au Chignon Dans Un Fauteuil for $29.93 million at the Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale in New York on Tuesday.
Swiss luxury watch brand IWC Schaffhausen launched its products made for the Beijing International Film Festival in April. The limited edition series of 50 timepieces are being sold in Beijing and Shanghai, and have earned the name "panda watches" because of their black and white colors.
Capital Museum opens one of its exhibition halls to display of some of the world's finest watches. Wang Kaihao takes a look.
Patty Hudak in China, a retrospective of her work produced in the past seven years is now on exhibition at Being 3 Gallery.