27. 01. 2014

Controversial dealer Johnson Chang to give away 100 art pieces

One of the artworks, Liu Dahong’s Sacrificial Altar, on show at Hong Kong Arts Centre. Photo: Thomas Yau A prominent Hong Kong art dealer who has been embroiled in an art scandal on...

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21. 01. 2014

Five Myths About Chinese Contemporary Art

Remember what you have been told about the Chinese contemporary art market? Well, now might be a good time for a rethink. The market is changing fast, and some developments can be downright...

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22. 12. 2013

Chinese Artist in $80 Million Forgery Scandal Says He’s Innocent

In the 1980s, Pei-Shen Qian, the painter at the center of an $80 million art forgery case, used to set up his easel near Manhattan’s West Fourth Street and hustle. Qian, a Chinese...

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09. 12. 2013

A CULTURE OF BIDDING – Forging an Art Market in China

When the hammer came down at an evening auction during China Guardian’s spring sale in May 2011, “Eagle Standing on a Pine Tree,” a 1946 ink painting by Qi Baishi, one of China’s...

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