24. 03. 2014

CHINA’S NEW COLLECTORS DRIVE GLOBAL ART MARKET REBOUND

Global art sales took a major hit from the 2008 global financial crisis, but a new report finds that they’ve almost approached their pre-crisis high—thanks in large part to China’s burgeoning number of collectors....

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24. 03. 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...

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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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18. 02. 2014

BBC Radio 3 – Shanghai: World City Redux

Rana Mitter reveals how Shanghai today is forging its identity as an ultramodern city – by rediscovering its glamorous past. In the years between the world wars, ‘Shanghai’ meant jazz and movies, dazzling...

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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

People to Watch in Asia in 2014

The newsmakers for 2014—from Tencent’s chief executive to Japan’s prime minister—selected by editors from across our Asian bureaus. Who do you think will make the news in Asia this year? CHINA: Wang Jianlin...

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