With new party leaders in China, observers wonder whether censorship or liberalisation is on the agenda
Is this change in China a cause for celebration?
“Art spies” said to be on look out for non-approved events
Conflict between government and arts organisers at Shanghai World Expo
Shenzhen-Hong Kong Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture: Two cities grin and bear it for one uneasy biennale
Interesting work, relaxed censorship and sheer scale belie tensions in joint Hong Kong-Shenzhen project
Ai Weiwei assaulted
He was prevented from testifying in defence of activist Tan Zuoren
Is China ready to recover from the collapse in prices that saw the disappearance of scores of galleries in the first months of this year?
Despite state subsidies and heavy promotion, not everyone is feeling the benefit
Meet China’s top collector of contemporary art
Guan Yi tells us about his plans to open a museum and sculpture park on a 16.5-acre plot of land in Beijing
New media exhibition as the "the coming of age show" for the National Museum of China
The country’s first major survey of new media took place in June—with a little help from MoMA, Tate, and several others
We talk to Zhang Hao Ming, part-owner of Beijing’s Art Now gallery which took part in Art Basel for the first time in June
Telecoms millionaire, restaurateur, hotelier, reality TV producer, gallery owner and collector
Conveyor belt of directors continues as the world wonders, what is going on at the Ullens Center in Beijing?
Since it opened last November, four out of five senior curators and directors have left and one has apparently been redeployed