CAFA ART INFO is an artistic organization, closely related to the Central Academy of Fine Arts, which aims to promote domestic artists and communications on an international level.
CAFA ART INFO hopes to provide a platform where artists as well as art lovers can enjoy and appreciate contemporary art.

Events
CAFA Graduation Season丨Academic Salon: Classical Age of Chinese Bronze – Archeology, Technology and Art

CAFA Graduation Season丨Academic Salon: Classical Age of Chinese Bronze – Archeology, Technology and Art

This salon is one of the academic events held by the School of Humanities during the CAFA Graduation Season, the scholars engaged in thebronze research are from a variety of institutions...
CAFA Graduation Season | “Disintegration – CAFA Fashion Show” opened on May 19

CAFA Graduation Season | “Disintegration – CAFA Fashion Show” opened on May 19

CAFA “Disintegration” fashion show is based on the stage of the International Student Fashion Week hosted by China Fashion Designers Association, while also depending on the preparation of the professional team...
The First “Wang Shikuo Award” Announced and the New Media Artist Tian Xiaolei Won the Prize

The First “Wang Shikuo Award” Announced and the New Media Artist Tian Xiaolei Won the Prize

As the winner of “Wang Shikuo Award”, Tian Xiaolei’s solo exhibition will be officially held this month at Today Art Museum. He graduated from CAFA and majored in Digital Media, Tian Xiaolei has insisted on artistic creation for nearly 10 years.
The Artistic Life by Innovators: “CAFA Innovators in Wangjing” Innovative Art Festival Opened

The Artistic Life by Innovators: “CAFA Innovators in Wangjing” Innovative Art Festival Opened

The launch of “University Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education Center” is at CAFA and the festival will last for nearly two months.
Dialogue between H. A. Schulte and Ren Rong: “We Are Environmental People”

Dialogue between H. A. Schulte and Ren Rong: “We Are Environmental People”

Concerning Chinese contemporary art, Schulte thought China had a very profound traditional culture, so Chinese contemporary artists should not only make their art become the “Chinese medicine” to cure the Chinese society and ideology, and also use new technologies and media to find a new direction...
M WOODS presents "All Means Are Sacred" confronting the means by which art seeks to transcend

M WOODS presents “All Means Are Sacred” confronting the means by which art seeks to transcend

It takes its title from Wassily Kandinsky’s text Concerning the Spiritual in Art (1912) in which the artist asserts the legitimacy of all means of art-making that serve a work’s inner necessity.