07. 01. 2014

Cooling Chinese Contemporary Art a Good Buy

Video: Chinese arts prices are falling, but the work that’s created in a downturn has more potential to become valuable. Kate Cary Evans, founder of Art Radar Asia about how the rise of younger...

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07. 01. 2014

Watch out: Chinese contemporary art is going global

Be it auction records, international museums initiatives, prominent collectors’ efforts, or biennale and art fairs’ focus, 2013 was a tremendous year for Chinese contemporary art. And 2014 will be equally so, if not...

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23. 12. 2013

e-book: dslbook 发行

New e-book from DSL Collection We are happy to inform you that the digital version of the book will be available for downloading a free copy on the 8th of January, 2014. 200 artists, including...

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22. 12. 2013

A CULTURE OF BIDDING: The New Collectors

Like their predecessors across history and geography, China’s newly rich have set out to collect the very best the world has to offer: homes, wines, cars and, with a special passion, Chinese art....

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09. 12. 2013

The Economist Breaks Down the New Chinese Art Market

Christie’s vs the people’s army IN 1779 the estate of Sir Robert Walpole, Britain’s first prime minister, sold an art collection to Catherine the Great. The private sale, which included pieces by Rubens...

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09. 12. 2013

Davidoff Art Initiative heeds Chinese Collectors’ call fro art market guidance

The last year and a half has seen the rise of art education programs for China’s growing contingent of wealthy collectors as art and luxury items continue to grow in popularity as investment pieces. With...

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