South Korean artist Hwang Young-sung's solo exhibition in Shanghai is about his latest Poetry — Family Story series.
Visitors view photographs during "Photo Beijing 2015" at the China Millennium Monument in Beijing, Oct 25, 2015.
When Chinese author Lu Xun (1881-1936) first saw Kaethe Kollwitz's prints he received from a friend, he was caught up by her realistic ideas, strict standards of art and excellent printmaking skills.
In his lithography works of the late 1980s, Su Xinping, 55, focused on the life of the Mongolian ethnic group, particularly on the mentality of people living in the grasslands.
On Saturday, "Photo Beijing 2015" launched its opening day at the China Millennium Monument in Beijing.
French-Chinese artist T'ang Haywen (1927-91) was famous for exploring the full potential of Chinese ink art during his decadeslong residence in Paris since 1948.
Huian, located in East China's Fujian province, boasts a long-standing history of stone carving that dates back to 1,600 years ago.
The evolution of Chinese oil painting in the 20th century will be marked at a Beijing auction in November.
Artist Li Qing has spent a lot of time exploring mysterious sites on the Silk Road and putting the magnificent landscapes onto rice paper with ink and water.
Traditional cultural activities of different ethnic groups in China, including the Yi people's celebrations when they chase field pests with torches, the khoomei singing among the Mongolians and antiphonal chanting of the Miao people, are all part of the ongoing Fourth China Ethnic Groups Arts Festival.
The 90-minute documentary Confucius provides an objective overview of the life, ideology and influence of the Chinese philosopher.
The Little Prince, one of the most translated novellas, attracts a Chinese audience that seems to approve of the adventurous screen adaptation.