Monthly Archives: December 2010

Singapore gets a new contemporary art museum

Anew private museum opened in Singapore earlier this month. The Museum of Contemporary Arts (MOCA) was developed by Linda Gallery. For the first exhibition, MOCA is featuring two of China’s most established contemporary sculpturs: Jiang Shuo and her husband Wu … Continue reading

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Today Art Museum show new Solo of Zhang Xiaogang

Zhang Xiaogang is one of the most famous contemporary artist in China, who develops his art by constant exploration of historical and memorial themes. He also keep exploring the new way to express himself. His new solo is held at … Continue reading

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Di Lui wins Lacoste Elysee Prize

Chinese photographer Di Lui has been announced as the winner of the Lacoste Elysee Prize. The new annual prize, organised by the Musee De l’Elysee and Lacoste, shortlisted twelve artists, who each received a bursary of 3,000 Swiss Francs to … Continue reading

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Strong demand for Chinese Modern art

In the autumn of 2008, Hong Kong was the first art marketplace to suffer the effects of the economic crisis on the art market. Now that the art market has recovered, the autumn 2010 sales in Hong Kong confirm two … Continue reading

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Asian Auction houses climb worldwide revenue rankings

Apparently oblivious to the recession, the Chinese art market posted its best-ever 6 months auction earnings in the seconf half of 2009. Reflecting the rising importance of China in the world economy, China Auction houses are claiming higher spots in … Continue reading

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Chinese Art on Red wine label

Contemporary art and excellent wine has something in common. It is a life style, and Chateau Mouton Rothschild has just revealed its wine label for the 2008 vintage, confirming Chinese painter Xu Lei as the artist. Xu is artistic director … Continue reading

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