29. 07. 2013

Asia demand drives up art sales with China, India targeted

Increasing demand from Asian buyers boosted sales at major international auction houses Christie’s and Sotheby’s in the first half of 2013 with expectations of growing participation by Chinese and Indian collectors in the global art...

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29. 07. 2013

New Art Project – Why Not Sneeze

Why Not Sneeze, Rose Sélavy? is a 1921 “ready-made” installation by Marcel Duchamp. It is a birdcage that contains 152 white marble cubes which resemble sugar, a mercury thermometer, a piece of cuttlebone...

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29. 07. 2013

Pace Beijing opens exhibition by leading Chinese Contemporary artist Yin Xiuzhen

Following Yin Xiuzhen’s first solo exhibition Second Skin in 2010, Pace Beijing presents a second solo exhibition this July for the artist. As a leading Chinese Contemporary artist, Yin has the ability to...

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29. 07. 2013

Croydon to sell off Chinese collection

The Conservative-run council has approved plans to auction ceramics to refurbish a local theatre, although it is likely to lose museum accreditation and government grants in the process… http://www.theartnewspaper.com/articles/Croydon-to-sell-off-Chinese-collection/30151

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29. 07. 2013

Jean Nouvel wins National Art Museum of China competition

French architect Jean Nouvel has been officially declared winner of the competition to design the prestigious National Art Museum of China in Beijing, ending months of speculation… http://www.dezeen.com/2013/07/25/jean-nouvel-wins-national-art-museum-of-china-competition/

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29. 07. 2013

National Museum of China Entry / Jean Nouvel

Internationally known French architect, Jean Nouvel, was selected to design the new NationalArt Museum of China (NAMOC). He submitted the winning design in a competition that included architects Zaha Hadid and Frank Gehry. Hadid’s...

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