Wu Liangyong, a noted architect and urban planner, has found lifetime enjoyment in the studies of architecture and fine art, which he combines in his design drawings and paintings.
In his solo exhibition titled Tree in Seoul, Chinese artist Xu Jiacun, 37, reveals his inner self of loneliness, struggle and perplexity, according to a news release for the show.
Ren Mengzhang, 80, is celebrating six decades of oil painting and art education with a grand retrospective at the National Museum of China.
If you have only visited the majestic National Museum of Singapore in the daytime, you would have been surprised to find that the country's oldest museum turned into a giant harp after dark under the magic hands of American artist William Close.
Dashila'r, one of Beijing's oldest alleyway communities, will launch a new revival program called Plug-In Stations this year. The project encourages the design, art, performance and retail communities to join in the revival of the old neighborhood.
In her seventh decade, Italian painter reaches for the sky with her unconventional look at the 12 zodiac constellations.
Visitors enjoy pottery figurines at the Shungeng International Exhibition Center in Jinan of Shandong province, Aug 31, 2014.
Gou Chanchan is a dancer at China Ethnic Song and Dance Ensemble and the youngest council member of the China Dancers Association.
A joint exhibition of Cardot's sculptures and Fan Zeng's paintings, Tradition and Innovation, is underway at the National Museum of China.
The most large-scale and comprehensive exhibition in China on French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte is underway at the Hubei Provincial Museum, in Wuhan, Hubei province.
London will host a major exhibition of 15th-century Chinese artwork, including paintings, sculptures and porcelain, depicting the heyday of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
These colorful images capture what the eye cannot: the moment a droplet of water is shot with a pellet gun.