15. 04. 2014

Chinese Arts Company Goes Public in Bid to Grow

The China Poly Group Corporation, a state-run conglomerate that got its start selling weapons to the People’s Liberation Army, has over the past few decades successfully branched into developing real estate, selling sports...

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15. 04. 2014

Etiquette Expert Sara Jane Ho on Injecting Good Manners Into the Chinese Art Market

There’s a different kind of cultural revolution taking place in China today—this one targeting the alleged bad manners of the country’s new rich. Championing polish and poise, Hong Kong-native Sara Jane Ho is leading the way...

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15. 04. 2014

Sotheby’s Chinese Art Sales in New York total $43.7 million, exceeding high estimate

This week at Sotheby’s, the auctions of Chinese Art brought a combined total of $43,687,377 million – comfortably exceeding the high estimate for the three sales of $31.3 million. The top lot of the...

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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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15. 04. 2014

Tefaf special report: a test of the potential for growth of China

Will the increasing number of collectors in China start to acquire more non-Chinese art? There has been a sharp rise in the number of Chinese art collectors over the past decade, but their...

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24. 03. 2014

Chinese Art Collector Donates Important Works of Chinese Contemporary Art to M+

M+, Hong Kong’s future museum for visual culture, has received a donation of 37 important works of Chinese contemporary art from Guan Yi, one of the most important art collectors in China. Guan Yi’s internationally...

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