Monthly Archives: March 2011

Sothebys’ Auction in Hong Kong

With the Sotheby’s spring auctions set to kick off next week, with the highly anticipated sale of 106 artworks from the Ullens collection and the Asian contemporary Art auction on april 4th, specualtion is brewing on how large a presence … Continue reading

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New Chinese Art Magazine

A new contemporary art magazine will soon be launched, adding a “new force” to the Chinese periodical world, according to a press release recently in Beijing. The magazine, entitled Contemporary Art, will have its first issue in April, aiming to … Continue reading

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China now number One in Art auction sales

In 2007, in terms of art auction revenue, the USA ranked first, followed in order by the UK, then France and in fourth China. Well there has been a change in the last few years. Now, according to Artprice.com which … Continue reading

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Touting Chinese Contemporary Art

Forbes magazine thinks the pain in Chinese Contemporary art is over and suggests you seriously think about investing in Chinese Contemporary Art; The trend will continue. first the bubble that built up in the industry before the global equity crash … Continue reading

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Chinese Art Advise

Wired magazine in the UK thinks Chinese contemporary art is a better investment than Private Equity. To get some guidance, they went to Amsterdam to consult with Roman Kraeussl, VU University’s emerging art market expert; ” The newly rich in … Continue reading

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