Shadow, the latest release from Chinese director Zhang Yimou, looks like no other film.
While Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger called the decision to identify Taiwan as a state independent from China an “error,” it has engendered a global discussion.
In the Chinese artist’s monumental paintings, babies sleep in hell and faceless crowds slump in despair, illustrating the Buddhist world of Saha, where all beings suffer.
News that Italy will repatriate almost 800 Chinese cultural artifacts obscures the country’s controversial sign on to China’s Belt and Road Initiative without the European Union’s consultation.
A comic artist tells a story of trans lives in one of China’s most important cities.
When the sun sets, things get interesting.
The artist called the United States a “willing partner” in China’s “monstrous regime.”
Economic changes have forced the 8,000 painters and 1,200 galleries in the Shenzhen village of Dafen — who were once responsible for 75% of the world’s oil painting reproductions — to rebrand. But can skill overcome the town’s reputation as a home of imposter impressionists?
Four artists’ works were flagged by government censors for their experimental projects about artificial intelligence, genome modification, and bioethics.
With Wavelength: Reset at the Powerlong Museum, Qibao, once regarded as drab wilderness, has become the place in Shanghai to be seen.
Centuries before Wester Europe coined the term, “renaissance man,” artist Su Shi moonlighted as a pharmacologist, gastronome, and statesman for the Song Dynasty.
There are moments of friendship and warmth in Wang Bing’s documentary Bitter Money but the primary sense a viewer gets is that being on the bottom rung of capitalism in China consists mainly of boredom.