Two visitors wearing traditional Chinese headgears pose for photos at the "Chinese Heargear in Brussels" photography exhibition in Brussels, Belgium, on March 28, 2017.
Imagine a pottery male figure with his upper body naked, revealing his natural and astonishingly accurate anatomy. He wears only a short loincloth, imposing his muscles as a strong man.
Buildings and houses made of food do not only appear in fairy tales or on movie screens, but also in real life. Recently, Song Dong, a Chinese artist, brought his city made of chocolate, biscuits and jello to an exhibition entitled "City" in Katmandu, Nepal.
About 600 Chinese books were displayed at the annual Paris Book Fair, with 150 traditional Chinese comic series catching a lot of attention.
Ten of the British Library's most iconic treasures will be loaned to China for the first time as part of a cultural exchange program between Britain's national Library and partner institutions in China, the library said Thursday.
Celebrating the 22nd Francophonie Festival, the avant-Garde group were invited to China to share their riotous style of jazz to Chinese audiences for the first time.
A new biography sheds light on Sir Robert Hart's time in China as a customs official during the Qing Dynasty.
Photos of bottles found in an Amsterdam canal, vintage jewelry, antique coins and videos on light are displayed at a chic show at a new art space in Sanlitun, an entertainment hub in Beijing.
Iwan and Manuela Wirth－the art world's power couple－have their hands full with meetings ahead of Art Basel Hong Kong, which begins on Thursday.
A German fair comes to China in the hope of drawing young art lovers.
The three-month exhibition, Afghanistan: Treasures from the National Museum, Kabul, featuring artifacts from a legendary gold hoard, opens in Beijing's Palace Museum.
Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor will launch this year's NCPA festival in Beijing.