• “Reading” Hu Yichuan: Standing on the Frontline of Life Forever

  • Regaining the Pioneering Role in the Digital Age: The First International Digital Printmaking Exhibition

  • Exhibition of China Pavilion at Venice International Architecture Biennale丨LYU Pinjing

    LYU Pinjing is professor, National First Class Registered Architect, and vice president of the Central Academy of Fine Arts. He graduated from Tongji University and the Central Academy of Fine Arts and holds bachelor's, master's and doctor's degrees. After eight years of architectural practice in the design institute, he devoted himself to the architectural education and research of the School of Architecture in the Central Academy of Fine Arts. In 2003, he founded the first school of Architecture in China's Art institute.
  • Structure and Innovation: 2019 International Symposium of Global Art Market Research successfully held at CAFA (Part One)

    The snow-covered lecture hall of the Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum was filled with guests. From 30 November to 1 December 2019, the Structure and Innovation: 2019 International Symposium of Global Art Market Research was successfully held at the Central Academy of Fine Arts.
  • Structure and Innovation: 2019 International Symposium of Global Art Market Research was held at CAFA (Part Two)

    From 30 November to 1 December, 2019, Structure and Innovation: 2019 International Symposium of Global Art Market Research was held at the Central Academy of Fine Arts.
  • 2021 CAFA Graduation Season Went Viral, and Were They the Luckier Graduate Class?

    If it was a surprising success that all the online exhibitions launched in the summer of 2020 by the nine art academies in China have gained impressive attention from various audiences, then, the enthusiastic feedback that the CAFA Graduation Season has received this year is absolutely par for the course.
  • Upstream: What Makes the 2021 Chengdu Biennale Special?

    On 7th November, 2021, due to the requirements of pandemic prevention and control, “Super Fusion: 2021 Chengdu Biennale” quietly opened to the public. As one of the largest scale art biennales with an incomparable academic level in the post-pandemic era, the 2021 Chengdu Biennale explores 272 artists/groups and their creations both at home and aboard. Eight themed exhibitions are developed to elaborate the main theme “Super Fusion” this year, namely, “Polymorphic Co-Existence”, “Urban Co-Habitation”, “Technological Co-Respondence”, “Zeitgeist Co-Evolution”, “Ecological Co-Development”, “Craft Co-Operation”, “Ethnic Co-Creation”, “Artistic Co-Inspiration”, which work together with an international conference of gallery directors to form the international pattern of the 2021 Chengdu Biennale. Besides, 17 parallel exhibitions located around the whole city also facilitate its macroscopic imagination.
  • Tang Contemporary Art presents "Wang Yuping: On the Roadside" in Beijing

  • Zhang Ga | AI Delivered: the Abject and Redemption

  • Qiu Zhijie: The Conception and Realization of “Art Macao: Macao International Art Biennale 2021”

  • Starting from the Academy: The Exploration and Inquiry into the First “China Woodblock Printing Youth Program”

    The “China Woodblock Printing Youth Program” was launched by artist Chen Qi, who is also a professor of China Central Academy of Fine Arts, at the end of 2019. The program intended to facilitate the development of Chinese young woodblock printing artists and promote the industry of woodblock printing in China through holding annual exhibitions featuring woodblock printing, academic seminars, and organising publications as well as establishing archive rooms, among other activities. The program is expected to be of ten-years duration so it can contribute to the long-term development of woodblock printing in China.
  • Yuan Yunsheng: “The Return of the Soul” by Taking China’s Own Path

  • Wang Huaxiang: Responding to Contemporary Issues in an Ancient Way

    “Mended Porcelain: Bridging the Crack—Wang Huaxiang‘s Solo Exhibition” officially launched on March 13 at Suzhou Museum. The exhibition features artist Wang Huaxiang’s “Mended Porcelain” series created during the pandemic in 2020, which expresses his mental state, anxiety and conscientiousness by using paintings, with the intention of declaring a war against all types of “viruses” including enmity, injury, dispute, destruction, shortsightedness, conflict, etc. 
  • An Interview with Tang Hui on “The Community”

  • RTSM | WANG Chuan: "These intangible tiny things and the claims about them made the whole world tremble and changed things that we still can't fully understand."

  • When we are talking about “contemporary ink art”, what are we exactly referring to?

    “What outside the window is a forest-like skyscraper, and beyond Manhattan is the Statue of Liberty. In such a very western environment, we are discussing a very Eastern topic, namely, the development of Chinese ink painting in the new century. It makes me feel more about the change within the environment of the meeting and the problems faced by ink painting have also changed... Discussions on the prospect of ink painting have no choice but to be embedded in the larger background of international culture."
  • The Thirty “Drifting” Years of Huang Yong’s Art: How to know the enjoyments of fish if you are not a fish?

  • Chen Shuxia: Enjoying the Process of “Playing Cards”

  • Invisible Anxiety: An Interpretation on Wang Chuan’s New Work

  • “Stars 1979”: A Retrospective Approaching Historical Reality