Chinese contemporary art will debut at the upcoming Curitiba Biennial, held from Sept. 30 to Feb. 25 in Curitiba, in southern Brazil.
An exhibition now on at the National Museum of China honors Li's contribution to porcelain production by showing his works and those of his students. It runs through Oct 22.
In Shakespeare’s comedy “As You Like It,” the character Jaques proclaims: “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women are merely players.” Zhang Jun, a Kunqu Opera artist, would agree as long as he could perform on an intimate small stage setting.
The museum is known as "a kingdom of bronze wares", as it collects numerous bronze pieces in various categories spanning a long period. The most precious treasure of the museum is a bell set unearthed from Leigudun Tomb No. 2 in 1981.
Traditional handicrafts, a lamp from a 3D printer, holographs and royal court garments were among the items on display during the 11th Hangzhou Cultural and Creative Industry Expo, highlighting cultural products and creative design from China and abroad.
The ongoing Beijing International Art Biennale features paintings, sculptures and installations from more than 100 countries.
More than 300 artifacts from 30 museums and institutions across the country are on show through Nov 30.
Exhibition Next Generation, now on at Beijing's Whitebox Art Center exhibits six contemporary German artists.
Two art exhibitions will be held in Shanghai over the next few days, showcasing the masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci.
Traditional Chinese opera and folk music, as well as Western classics, can now be heard in the Forbidden City's Changyin Pavilion for the first time in over a century.