15. 04. 2014

This Chinese Auction House Wants to Buy $1 Billion of Detroit’s Art

Chinese companies have been on a buying spree around the globe for minerals, oil and real estate. Add art to the shopping list. Poly International Auction was named as one of four bidders looking to buy a portion...

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15. 04. 2014

WHY THE FUTURE HOLDS ‘UNMATCHED POTENTIAL’ FOR CHINA’S GIGANTIC AUCTION MARKET

New York’s Asia Week wraps up today, concluding a flurry of exhibitions, talks, and auctions centered around Asian art. To address the rising global presence of Chinese collectors in the auction world, one...

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12. 03. 2014

How China Is Changing The Balance Of Power In The Art World

Market headlines about whether China is number one, two or three in global auction sales may only be the tip of the iceberg of what is in the making. Looking at its auction houses,...

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12. 03. 2014

Exhibition: Art Post-Internet (UCCA, Beijing)

Art Post-Internet 1 March–11 May 2014 Ullens Center for Contemporary Art 798 Art District, No. 4 Jiuxianqiao Lu Beijing, China T +86 10 5780 0200 visitor@ucca.org.cn www.ucca.org.cn Just as modernism concerned itself with...

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12. 03. 2014

‘Interplay’ the focus of cutting edge hutong art space

Matjaž Tančič is a young Slovenian photographer who splits his time between Beijing and Ljubljana. He began his career as a photojournalist for Mladina magazine, but quickly made his way abroad. Tančič is a...

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21. 02. 2014

Ai Weiwei Responds to Vase Dropper

In his first remarks since local artist Maximo Caminero smashed a vase in one of his artworks on view at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), Ai Weiwei told the Associated Press that he doesn’t understand or agree...

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