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
“Conceptual Lines” 2018 International Sculpture Conference: Discussing the Times of Conceptual Art in “Dematerialization”

“Conceptual Lines” 2018 International Sculpture Conference: Discussing the Times of Conceptual Art in “Dematerialization”

More than twenty local and international scholars and professionals gathered with speeches starting from “conceptual art” to respectively delivered in three sections including “History and Theory”, “Context and Scene”, and “Inheritance and Expansion”...
Wu Hongliang: Xu Beihong and No. 2A Dayabao Hutong

Wu Hongliang: Xu Beihong and No. 2A Dayabao Hutong

In the lecture, Wu Hongliang started with the relationship between Xu Beihong and No. 2A Dayabao Hutong, then selected four historical time nodes and returned to historical events to review and analyze changes in people and events, thus restoring historical events and stories while outlining the art ecology of the 20th century. ...
Zhou Bo: Dunhuang and Modern Visual Culture in China

Zhou Bo: Dunhuang and Modern Visual Culture in China

In this lecture, the artworks by Zhang Daqian, Wu Zuoren, Sun Zongwei, Dong Xiwen, Saone Chang and so on were used to introduce Dunhuang’s influence on modern Chinese art and design.
Zhang Qiqun: Why Did the Qin & Han People Believe in Yin-Yang and the Five Elements?

Zhang Qiqun: Why Did the Qin & Han People Believe in Yin-Yang and the Five Elements?

During the lecture, Prof. Zhang started from the historical background of Yin-Yang and Five-element theory in the Qin and Han dynasties. By quoting the historical accounts that remained from ancient times, he demonstrated & expounded the relationship between the ancient Chinese astronomy...
Zhang Gan: The Re-evaluation of the Value of the Academism and A Review of the Influence of Xu Beihong

Zhang Gan: The Re-evaluation of the Value of the Academism and A Review of the Influence of Xu Beihong

It was the third round of the series of lectures for the “Celebration of the Centennial of Central Academy of Fine Arts: Xu Beihong–Living Art Forever”.
“Chinese Design 40 Years – Experience and Model” International Symposium Came to a Successful Conclusion

“Chinese Design 40 Years – Experience and Model” International Symposium Came to a Successful Conclusion

After two-day communications and sharing of ideas, the honored guests reached a consensus on the topics related to Chinese design and formed a consistent view...
Experts Gather Together to Talk about “Chinese Design 40 Years”

Experts Gather Together to Talk about “Chinese Design 40 Years”

The two-day forum invited speakers to deliver speeches on four themes, including “Strategy & Decision”, “Culture & Choice”, “City & Creativity” and “Education & Future”, and a special round-table discussion was held at the end of each section, to discuss the future development of Chinese design.
Song Xiaoxia: Xu Beihong and the Road of Modern Chinese Fine Arts in the 20th Century

Song Xiaoxia: Xu Beihong and the Road of Modern Chinese Fine Arts in the 20th Century

It was the second round of the series of lectures for the “Celebration of the Centennial of Central Academy of Fine Arts: Xu Beihong–Living Art Forever”. In the lecture, Prof. Song Xiaoxia was rethinking on Xu Beihong’s artistic thoughts and historical concepts, that reflect on the direct relationship...
Fred S. Kleiner: History and Landscape in Roman Art

Fred S. Kleiner: History and Landscape in Roman Art

Fred S. Kleiner, Professor of Art History at Boston University, USA and the author of “Gardner’s Art Through the Ages”, had been invited to bring the audiences a feast of Roman history and landscapes on the themes of “historical reliefs” and “landscape frescoes”. The lecture was presided over by Shao Yiyang, Professor of Art History...
Jonathan Harris: Chinese Contemporary Art in a Global Context

Jonathan Harris: Chinese Contemporary Art in a Global Context

Prof. Jonathan Harris delivered a speech and said that, the global contemporary art world and Chinese contemporary art are connected with each other. When we talk about one of them, it will affect the way we view and understand the other. He called globalization an “asymmetrical” process.
Massimo Roj: The City of Surpassing Beauty, Reflecting on the Social Function of Architectural Design

Massimo Roj: The City of Surpassing Beauty, Reflecting on the Social Function of Architectural Design

The Italian architect Massimo Roj led the audience to think of the relationship between architecture, aesthetics and art, particularly exploring the architects’ responsibility and pursuit...
Fan Di’an, Olivier Kaeppelin, Liu Shangying: Living Natures – Art and Nature

Fan Di’an, Olivier Kaeppelin, Liu Shangying: Living Natures – Art and Nature

They used this exhibition to start to explore the presentation of the exhibition and behavior style of the artist who painted on-site in the natural arena and it is extended to the differences and common issues of “art and nature” in Chinese and Western cultures, and it also inspires so it is possible to have...