22. 12. 2013

BEIJING SILVERMINE. THE LARGEST ARCHIVE OF RESCUED NEGATIVES IN THE WORLD

It all started when Thomas Sauvin, a French photo collector and editor, saw this ad in an online forum in 2009: “My name is Xiaoma, if you have negatives to sell you can...

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22. 12. 2013

Ai Weiwei by Benya Hegenbarth

Chinese contemporary artist Ai WeiWei photographed by Benya Hegenbarth for Bangkok Post Magazine, Beijing. See more images here http://www.mostartists.com/news-benya-hegenbarth-ai-weiwei/

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12. 12. 2013

Modern Painters Presents 25 Artists to Watch in 2014: Part 2 of 2

Including Hong Kong artist Kwan Sheung Chi and Beijing-based Chinese artist Zhao Zhao. “25 Artists to Watch” is published in the December 2013 issue of Modern Painters, and has run online in two parts. For Part...

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10. 12. 2013

Letter from Beijing: disasters, opportunities and inspiration

From choking air pollution and corruption to the scaling up of the green agenda, Simon Zadek reflects on his year in China. “Scale is the ‘unreasonable challenge’ we must meet to drive forward sustainability“, I argued in...

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10. 12. 2013

EXHIBITION: Beijing Silvermine 北京银矿 by Thomas Sauvin

Coming soon in January, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art presents Beijing Silvermine, a unique photographic portrait of the Chinese capital and the life of its inhabitants in the decades following the Cultural Revolution....

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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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