Few individuals savor the sight of the world's busiest railway system more than Wang Wei, a 25-year-old photographer who's travelled thousands of kilometers to photograph China's trains.
Chinese artist Xu Bing shares his views on French painter Jean-François Millet's masterpiece Haystacks: Autumn in a short film, which was released by New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art on its website on March 25.
Today, we are able to use many products such as smartphones that could be considered the result of the integration of art and science.
Liu Wei tells Lin Qi why he isn't at home with the notion of being called a conceptual artist.
Liu Yuan has visited more than 100 countries and produced in excess of 100 photography books since 1997.
Wang Zhongjun’s solo exhibition underway at the Poly Art Museum is exuberant with his long-standing enthusiasm for oil painting.
Spring Breeze, a retrospective exhibition of oil painter and educator Su Tianci (1922-2006), presents poetic and vibrant spring scenes which Su created inspired by his life of seclusion in the suburbs.
Hua Tianyou (1901-1986) is recognized as an important and representative artist in the development of modern Chinese sculpture.
Employees of Christie's auction house stand beside Picasso's "Les Femmes d’Algers" in Hong Kong on March 1, 2015.
Australian explorer Tim Cope trails Genghis Khan's travel routes through the Eurasian steppe, and the result is a rollicking read.
About 20 works from Pablo Picasso, all owned by a Chinese collector, will be shown to the public at the Nanjing International Art Festival in September.
Hsi Shih-pin, a Taipei-based artist, uses metals and calculations in his sculptures to depict the universe in its many dimensions.