Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) celebrated its 30 year anniversary in Manchester with the launch of a high profile exhibition programme featuring some of the very best Chinese contemporary artists of today.
Madame Wellington-Koo was voted best-dressed Chinese Woman of 1920 – 40s by Vogue. The wife of a sometime president of China, founder signatory of the United Nations, and widely revered as a representative of Chinese fashion.
27 January – 27 February 2016 The exhibition will display new figurative oil paintings depicting everyday objects and anonymous characters, alongside subjects from the natural world including leopards, birds and cacti. Precisely rendered using her own artistic language, Song’s works engage with classical ideals of representational painting and subtly evoke Western figurative artists. From early on […]
British-Chinese artist Aowen Jin will curate a magical sound-reactive art show, with a special service lead by the Dean of Birmingham.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has today opened applications for the BAFTA Scholarship Programme in China, a new initiative that supports UK-China cross-cultural exchange by enabling talented Chinese and British nationals to study film, television, or games as an international student in the UK or China respectively.
It is well known that Birmingham is the UK’s most diverse city, but its relationship with China is an aspect that deserves greater focus.
Yiming Min’s work has been shown widely across the world – recent solo exhibitions include the 759 Square Feet at the Hong Kong Contemporary Art Museum, Beijing (2012).