Easton Chang is an award-winning automotive photographer with a knack for creating breathtaking imagery. Based in Sydney, Australia, Chang has completed work for names such as Audi, Cadillac, Chrysler, Ford, Jaguar, Mazda, Volkswagen, and Yokohama.
Born in Beijing in 1958, Fu Lei’s elaborate oil paintings capture the notion of excess in today’s world. Plump figures decorated in pearls and dainty high-heels frolic amongst toads, flamingos, snails and fruit in an absurd yet uncannily familiar world.
We’re annoyed by the lack of decent scripts for actors, and their token portrayals of East Asian characters. So we’ll write our own to reflect who we really are.
The KT Wong Foundation, in association with the BFI and China Film Archive (CFA), will screen a remastered version of classic Chinese silent film The Goddess this autumn at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank.
Aowen Jin’s latest exhibition, called Intangible, turns part of the Strand campus at Kings College into an interactive artwork. It challenges you to discover and explore paintings that are completely invisible to the naked eye.
Check out these amazing aquatic paintings from Singaporean artist Keng Lye.
The artist uses a method of painting on multiple layers of crystal clear resin to make it look three dimensional and extremely life like.
The workshop will provide an insight into the upcoming largest exhibition of Chinese Contemporary Art in the UK, Harmonious Society. In attendance will be speakers at the forefront of Chinese contemporary art curating.
Chinese sculptor Shi Zhongying is currently in London contemplating the relationship between sculpture and landscape in preparation for his new body of work. Shi, Professor of Art and Design at Beijing Forestry University, is travelling on an overseas research fellowship granted by the China Artists Association.
Stanley Chow’s work is all about his home, Manchester. Born in 1974 he grew up, studied and continues to live and work in Manchester to this date. As a local club DJ, Chow started designing and illustrating flyers and posters for the venues he played in and has never looked back.
The Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art (CFCCA) is to stage the largest exhibition of Chinese contemporary art in the UK to date. It will feature over 30 major artists from Taiwan, China, Hong Kong and, exhibiting across six key spaces in Manchester