Monthly Archives: May 2011

ART:HK Western dealers sense Asia’s strong market

Last weekend Art HK blasted a huge opening with many gallery names that you normally see in Art Basel, like Pace, Gagosian, Bruno Bishofberger, Marianne Boesky, Leo Castelli, Gladstone, Yvon Lambert, Lelong and Sperone Westwater among many Asian galleries. The … Continue reading

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Zeng Fanzhi Solo Exhibition in HK

Friday May 27th was the opening ceremony for Zeng Fanzhi solo exhibition “Being” in Hong Kong Covention Center organised by Christie’s and Rockbund Art Museum. 30 iconic artworks were featured in a wonderful way. These landscape series is a sweeping … Continue reading

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Art Community rallies around Ai WeiWei

London – Chinese artist Ai WeiWei has vanished. But look around and he seems to be everywhere. More than one month after on of China best known contemporary artists was arrested, his name, his face and his art has popped … Continue reading

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Art-world power elevates to China

New York’s mammoth art market has lost its longtime standing as the largest in the world. In a turn of events that has caught many art experts off guard, China has snageed the top spot, beating out the United States, … Continue reading

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Art Beijing 2011

Art Beijing 2011 contemporary art fair opened Friday April 29th with an ever bustling preview attended by art collectors, art lovers and media groups. The first day of Art Beijing, which is on the sixth year, has seen a obvious … Continue reading

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Art Basel Expands

MCH Swiss Exhibition, the owner of Art Basel and Art Basel Miami Beach, has just signed an agreement with Asian Art Fairs to purchase a majority stake in the Hong Kong Fair ART HK. Art Basel, which has already been … Continue reading

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People Tide

Today’s Artwork is “A Thought of a Moment” acrylic on canvas by Chinese painter Wushu Deng, who will be exhibiting at Artexpo New York 2011 with Rainbow Gallery. Born in Sichuan Province in 1968, Wushu studied oil painting at the … Continue reading

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