Hang Chunxiao, a well-known curator who helped plan Zhou Jie's exhibition 36 Days, spends a lot of time explaining to visitors why the artist is wearing clothes, and why she doesn't always lie on a wire bed.
Every day, artist Zhou Jie fields all sorts of questions - some mundane, some unexpected, and some downright offensive - from visitors to her exhibition 36 Days at the Beijing Art Now Gallery.
Christie's will offer a collection of 37 fine and rare snuff bottles from a private American collection for auction this Oct 7 in its Hong Kong's office.
Students of major martial arts school endure tough training for high-wire act at Youth Olympics show.
Practical wing chun is no monkey business, neither is it inspired by mantis, snake or tiger. This lethal martial art aims to take the opponent out of the game in three moves.
Fine photography collecting is still in its infancy in China, but Photo Shanghai is changing that.
Having toured several cities and attracted 500,000 viewers, the exhibition Oriental Aesthetics brings about 160 paintings back to its final destination, Beijing.
Liu Kuiling is hailed as a self-taught all-around artist of Chinese painting.
An exhibition of photos capturing the life of Gabriel Garcia Marquez opened in Beijing on Aug 21, in the lead up to the Beijing International Book Fair 2014, which opens on Aug 27.
The first session of Photograph Exhibition of Embassy in Lebanon was held by the embassy of the People's Republic of China in the Republic of Lebanon recently. Eighty photos were on display at the exhibition.
A trio of artists who reshaped Chinese painting are featured in a new show at the National Art Museum of China, Lin Qi reports.
Despite an era marked by persistent war and disorder, China witnessed a remarkable boom spanning industry, commerce and culture from 1920 to 1930s.