China

Colin Siyuan Chinnery considers the development of China’s non-profit sector and its relationship with the international art scene

Imagining the dawn of the 'Chinese century'

Community-minded, small-scale, sustainable: designing for China's 'new normal'

In the first of a two-part series charting the internationalization of the Chinese art world, Colin Siyuan Chinnery considers the commercial sector

How postinternet aesthetics are thriving behind the Great Firewall

Two years on, Hong Kong’s mass pro-democracy demonstrations continue to reverberate

Despite years of sexual inequality in China a positive gender-shift seems to be taking place in the art world

Critic and curator Li Xianting speaks to Carol Yinghua Lu about tradition, change and leaving the art world

Cao Fei, La Town Airport, 2014. Courtesy the artist and Vitamin Creative Space, Beijing

What does ‘Chinese’ mean as an artistic category in Britain today?

Wan-Nian Qiao Bridge, Suzhou, 1750–1800. Courtesy Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and Scala, Florence

Man Booker Prize winner László Krasznahorkai goes to China in search of sorrow and destruction in his latest book

Chinese video art, post-socialist trauma and the work of Cheng Ran

Buying Everything on You (Huang Wei), 2006–07, found objects, dimensions variable. All images courtesy: the artist and Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai

Cold portraits and warm-hearted annotations