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Mona Lisa to be moved from Louvre
Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece is to be moved, so that her room in the Louvre can be renovated, the Paris museum announced June 28.
Exhibition showcases Inner Mongolia art
The 13th Inner Mongolia Art Exhibition opened in Hohhot, capital city of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, on Thursday.
Art center offers stage to teenagers
Dashanpai Theater Art Center aims to apply drama as a tool for aesthetic education to help restore a sense of creativity, especially among teenagers.
China-made lanterns shine in Sibiu, Romania
The open-air ASTRA Village Museum on the outskirts of Sibiu in central Romania was illuminated late Sunday by 20 sets of large-scale colorful lanterns from Zigong, a southwest Chinese city famous for its lantern culture.
Tibet opens first art museum of stone carvings
An art museum dedicated to stone carvings has opened in the city of Xigaze in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
Exhibition to explore Picasso's 'dialogue' with ancient Greek art
A rare exhibition about Pablo Picasso and his inspiration from ancient Greek art is to open here at the Museum of Cycladic Art on Thursday.
Chinese artists to present works at art biennial in Brazil
Chinese artists are set to showcase paintings, sculptures, engravings, installations and videos at the renowned Curitiba Biennial of Contemporary Art in Brazil.
China hosts conference to promote AI ethical standards
China is keen on ensuring that ethical standards take hold in the booming artificial intelligence industry, says Chen Xiaoping, director of the Robotics Lab at the University of Science and Technology of China.
A touch of Latin American and Caribbean art in Beijing
A Latin American and Caribbean art exhibition in Beijing presents 48 works including paintings, sculptures and installations created by artists from Cuba, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Uruguay.
Embracing the cultural wealth of a shared historical legacy
An exhibition of official records from Macao during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) from the National Archive of Torre do Tombo opened in Beijing.
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