More than 200,000 visitors have been to view the "Van Gogh Alive" exhibition being held in an "Art Castle" erected on Taiping Lake in Shanghai's Xintiandi area, earning it the top position among the cultural exhibitions in Shanghai in 2015.
The play 4:48 Psychosis has not so much lost the plot as not had one in the first place. Indeed, the work of the late British playwright Sarah Kane has no specific setting or stage direction either.
The China National Opera and Dance Drama Theater will bring their large-scale drama about the time-honored political theorist to Xinjiang's stage.
A play on famed Chinese architects will be staged at the National Center for the Performing Arts until Sunday
"Echoes of Eternity" - a collaboration between the Shanghai Ballet and the Shanghai Grand Theater - portrays this immortal tale through modern ballet, and Song Wenjing dropped in on rehearsals.
Presented by the Shanghai Municipal History Museum and co-sponsored by the Chinese Culture Center, the Tibetan Thangka art exhibition opened in Tokyo on July 6, 2015.
The lone-woman play Emily of Emerald Hill will return to Beijing this Wednesday to Sunday, after its first round of performances in April.
Chen Qingqing is relishing the chance to show her work, which focuses on wooden drawer installations, fiber hemp grass garments and light boxes, to a new audience.
Shanghai K11 Art Mall will host an exhibition of Salvador Dali's works from Nov 5 to Feb 15, 2016, Juan Sevillano, managing director of the Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation recently announced in Shanghai. It is the only Dali exhibition in China to be authorized by the foundation since 2001, he said.
Several years ago, a group of people from InMusic Magazine visited Zhangbei, a small county in Hebei province located near the Inner Mongolian autonomous region known for its vast grasslands and nomadic scenery, and decided it would be a great place to hold a music festival.
Featuring more than 300 items, many of which have not previously been publicly displayed, an exhibition, Drawn from Life: The Art of Disney Animation Studios provides a unique look into art created in the more than 90-year legacy of the studios.
New York-based artist Bjarne Melgaard touches on many social problems that most people dare not to face in his artworks: crimes, sex abuse, drugs and sports to challenge one's physical limits.