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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09. 12. 2013

4 Most Influential Swiss People in Chinese Contemporary Art

Influential figures in Chinese contemporary art do not just come from China; in a global context, international forces have also propelled the development of Chinese contemporary art. Despite its small size, Switzerland has...

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28. 08. 2013

Art Stage Singapore 2014: We Are Asia

Discover The Best Asian Contemporary Art The last three years have positioned Art Stage Singapore as a top global marketplace, attracting the world’s most influential private art collectors, corporate buyers and VIPs. At...

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26. 08. 2013

Public Funding Cuts Jeopardise HONG KONG’S Nonprofits

Last month, two of Hong Kong’s nonprofit organizations were given notice that they would no longer be receiving government funding from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC), the statutory body supporting arts...

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23. 08. 2013

The vibrancy of the current contemporary art scene in China brought to London for the first time

An exciting new venture brings together the art market auction expertise of Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions and the Chinese cultural and artistic experience of Yourun International (UK) Art Investment & Management Ltd. With...

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08. 08. 2013

Shaping tomorrow’s China: Painting a contemporary art future

China’s long history of traditional art has helped propel it into one of the largest art markets in the world. But now the country is looking to promote not just ancient but modern...

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