Monthly Archives: September 2011

Investment in Chinese Contemporary Art

Chinese contemporary Art has taken the art world by storm. Over the past decade, the market for Chinese contemporary art experienced enormous growth and is one of the most sought-after form of contemporary art in the world, because it is … Continue reading

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Body Painting to contemporary Photography

Chinese artist Liu Bolin, who has spent years strategically paintng himself into locations around the world to amazing effect as these images identify. However it is unhealthy when patches of the skin on his face peel away after early experiments … Continue reading

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China’s Zhang Dali honored in MoMA’s Annual Photography Series

The eclectic Chinese artist Zhang Dali, whose career has evolved from graffiti and photography to sculpture and portraiture paintings has had a busy year. In April launched his fifth exhibition; “New Slogan” in New York, then in May took part … Continue reading

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Feng Zhengjie Floating Floras

During the last weekend Xin Dong Cheng Space for Contemporary Art in 798 district in Beijing had an opening of new works by Feng Zhengjie. The red pink flowers on the deep green base where his traditional lady portrait is … Continue reading

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Chinese Sculpture exhibition at Marsvinsholm increased visitors

Three established Chinese Sculptors showed their artwork at Marsvinsholms Sculpture Park during the summer of 2011. They were Wu Shaoxiang and Jiang Shuo (see picture above) and Liu Yonggang with his chinese characters in stone. Close to 9.000 visitors came … Continue reading

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More Chinese Investors Turn to Art amid turbulence in global financial market

With global financial markets around the world reacting violently to the debt problems plaguing Europe and USA, inflation in China continuing to hit new highs and the real estate market remaining volatile, Chinese investors are likely to maintan their preference … Continue reading

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Global March of Chinese Contemporary Art continues

The increasing presence of Chinese contemporary art on the world stage became apparent this past weekend in Dubai, where a new group exhibition “Vigour of Style” gave artlovers in the UAE a peek at China’s resurgent art scene. The exhibition … Continue reading

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