Visitors enjoy artist Zhou Haiyun's lotus embroidery pieces at the Zhuozheng Garden, in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, July 16, 2014.
The 15th anniversary of the return of Macao to Chinese sovereignty is being marked by an art exhibition at the National Museum of China in Beijing.
Photo taken on July 15 shows the mural created by Spanish muralist Liqen in San Basilio cummunity of Rome, Italy.
Artist Feng Ling's conviction is that art inspires freedom and an independent spirit. She believes that an artist is responsible for social development and historical inheritance.
A crayon-themed art show recently opened at the Kerry Center in the Jing'an district of Shanghai on July 11, and will run through October 26.
Yang Ermin, 50, has shown how ink painting can thrive by giving it a modern touch.
The Asian Art in London's Pavilion presented exquisite works from more than two dozen leading dealers of Asian art.
Traditional ink-and-wash paintings are being rethought by bold contemporary artists who are combining ancient techniques with new ideas.
Yang Kai's solo exhibition In-between displays his two ink series, Rites and Youth of Stars, in which he reflects upon history and childhood experiences.
"Rome 17th Century: Towards Baroque", an exhibition that has opened at the National Museum of China, is a display of paintings, sculptures and handicrafts that serve as testaments to Rome’s glory as the birthplace of the Baroque movement in the 17th century.
A new media art exhibition at K11 Art Mall in Shanghai features a new wave of Chinese and French digital art.
The Keep It Glassy exhibition makes glass' artistic value crystal clear.