Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World is a major exhibition of contemporary art from China spanning 1989 to 2008, arguably the most transformative period of modern Chinese and recent world history. (Exhibition dates: October 6, 2017 - January 7, 2018)
Celebrating the grand reopening of USC Pacific Asia Museum after a year of the seismic retrofit project, the museum will present Ceremonies and Celebrations: Textile Treasures from the USC Pacific Asia Museum Collection, drawn from the museum’s extraordinary collection of over 2,700 costumes and textiles from China, Korea, Japan, India, the Himalayas and Southeast Asia. (Exhibition dates: September 1, 2017 - January 1, 2018)
This exhibition from the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art features sculpture from the Museum’s collection of Buddhist deities from Mongolia. (Exhibition dates: March 1 – December 31, 2017)
Monkeys Grasp for the Moon is a suspended sculpture designed specifically for the Sackler Gallery by Chinese artist Xu Bing (born 1955), as part of an October 2001 exhibition of his work titled Word Play: Contemporary Art by Xu Bing. (11/28/2016 - Ongoing)
A new installation, Pure Amuseuments features Chinese works ranging from prints to sculpture and furnishings to ceramics drawn from SAM's collection and focused on objects created for, and enjoyed during, the intentional practice of leisure. (Dec. 24, 2017 - Ongoing)
Chinese Culture Center (CCC) is pleased to present Requiem, a large-scale art installation by contemporary artist Summer Mei-ling Lee specially commissioned to illuminate the unique story of the role of a Hong Kong charity, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals (TWGHs), in the history of the Chinese diaspo
Artist Summer Mei-ling Lee brings a ground-breaking exhibition about the historic Tung-wah Group of Hospitals, which played an important role in Chinese immigration to San Francisco. (Exhibition dates: October 26 - December 23, 2017)
The Wilson Center's Kissinger Institute will be holding its annual event, Year in U.S.-China Relations Review, in Washington, D.C.
Two conferences will take place, one in Beijing (China) and one in Irvine (California, United States), gathering a range of scholars from around the world to discuss the issue and development of China's air pollution.