Bronze sculptures continue to shine

2013-04-02 09:00:55

On a cold day in February, master Tibetan bronze sculptor Migmar Losang and 26 apprentices were busy working on a 5.7-meter-high statue.Heavenly grottoes

Scenes from the drama 'A Dream Like a Dream'

2013-04-02 13:36:31

Scenes from the drama 'A Dream Like a Dream'

Living master of thangka

2013-04-02 08:50:53

The Tibetan New Year of Losar celebrated on Feb 11 was "the happiest one" in the past 10 years for famed thangka master Migmar Tsering.Blooming history

Mr Miniature's massive collection

2013-04-01 05:47:57

Meticulously organized and filled from floor to ceiling, Paul Singer's modest two-bedroom apartment in New Jersey for several decades held a small museum of more than 5,000 Chinese art objects, until the self-taught collector's death in 1997.

Snuff and stuff

2013-04-01 05:47:57

Alate-Shang Dynasty (c. 16th century-11th century BC) bronze tripod jue gets passed down by generations of an American family, losing two of its legs, as well as the awe it once inspired, only to find its way on a plane back to China, legs in tow and reattached.

Time travels through design and art

2013-03-31 08:21:49

The entrance to O'Clock Time Design, Design Time, an art exhibition related to timepieces, is narrow and dim. Ceilings and walls have rough and uneven surfaces. Walking through, visitors feel as if they are walking through a time tunnel.

Expectations for 'Matilda' on Broadway

2013-03-31 08:21:23

"Matilda" isn't just one of the most anticipated shows of the Broadway season. This new musical is the theater's latest shot at the dream of a global blockbuster, a rare glory that producers and audiences crave to offset all the duds that cross the stage each year.

The cabby hears all, and turns it into art

2013-03-31 08:21:23

His career as a New York City taxi driver began with an overnight shift, a creative urge, and a brazen interpretation of privacy laws.

Local versus global

2013-03-29 10:46:30

Along with China, India is another emerging market for Western art collectors. But unlike the Westerners, Chinese collectors show little interest in southeast Asian art. Experts believe this is a result of a strongly nationalistic streak among Chinese collectors.

Falling sales paint a bleak picture for China's art market

2013-03-29 10:43:36

Spring has yet to warm the hearts of China's auctioneers. Instead, a chill wind is blowing through the art market.

Ci Xi's China

2013-03-28 09:20:55

Porcelain exhibitions are a dime a dozen in China, but this one is bound to interest even the most jaded of museum-goers.Feted abroad, ignored at home

Fighting spirit

2013-03-28 10:16:49

A tai chi master has struggled to promote the martial art overseas and has won more than 300,000 disciples in 40 countries.An artistic autodidact