About 18 artists from China displayed their masterpieces to Albanians during the exhibition, which will last to July 29.
Liu Yiqian has yet to announce when the chicken cup - worth $36 million - will go on display at his private Long Museum, but the public has already seen plenty of the valuable porcelain.
Little inconspicuous gadgets such as nails, syringes or openers can become more interesting by adding a little art work. So let's see how creative art makes them come "alive".
Contemporary sculptures displayed in public places not only convey a sense of beauty, but also offer deep historical and cultural connotations within different cities.
Villagers of the Yi ethnic group embroider in Chuxiong Yi autonomous prefecture, Southwest China's Yunnan province, July 21, 2014.
The exhibition "Light of Modernity: The oil painting of Tuscany, Italy 1850-1950" is underway at the Hubei Museum of Art, and will run through August 24.
A photography exhibition is underway at the Wuhan Art Museum where more than 230 photographs taken by over 30 French photographers and travelers are currently on display.
Three artists with mixed Chinese and Australian Aboriginal heritage have come together to present their works that explore their identities caught between two ancient cultures. Xu Jingxi reports.
A centuries-old doucai "chicken cup" has been a hot topic on the Internet since last week when Shanghai billionaire Liu Yiqian took a much-talked about sip using a $36 million cup.
A retrospective of Italian photographer Alfa Castaldi (1926-95), Poet Behind the Lens, presents a wide range of Castaldi's images he captured around the world.
A US artist makes his mark with crayon sculptures.
For many people born during the 60s and 70s, when household products were scarce, using sandalwood soap is one of the rare little luxuries that perfume their memories.