Monthly Archives: May 2012

MOCA Singapore shows Sun Liang Solo Exhibition

MOCA@Loewn in Singapore is presently showing an exhibition “Suspension” by Chinese contemporary artist Sun Liang. He is considered to be one of China’s most important artists working today. He was privileged to be one of the first artists to represent … Continue reading

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Art HK 2012 – in the Zone

Art HK organizer has confirmed a record 67,205 visitors attended the 4-day fair that finished last Sunday. Sales was also impressive sampling Chinese artist Chu Teh-Chun piece “No313 1969” was sold for US$ 3 million and the five works by … Continue reading

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Art HK

The month of May is busy on the art scene in Hong Kong. Art HK is just finished and it was a tremendous success. Art HK has grown to the most important artfair in Asia and this year 266 galleries … Continue reading

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Sotheby’s opens a Gallery in Hong Kong

International auction house Sotheby’s was opening a large art gallery in Hong Kong yesterday, in a bid to tap China’s growing appetite for fine art. The 15,000 Sq foot (1,394 m2) space in Central HK will allow Sotheby’s to hold … Continue reading

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Christie’s Asian Sale coming up in Hong Kong

After Christie’s strong auction week in New York it is soon time for the Asian spring sale in Hong Kong. Asian 20th Century and Contemporary Art will take place on May 26th and 27th at the HK Convention center. There … Continue reading

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Ai Weiwei sets new Auction record

The sunflower seeds by Ai Weiwei, an edition of 10 set a new record for the artist at Christie’s recent sale this week in New York. It was sold for US dollar 782,500 and the ceramic seeds, which can be … Continue reading

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Yan Pai-Ming Exhibits in New York

Chinese artist Yan Pai-Ming is having his soloshow at David Zwirner gallery in New York and adds to the increasing number of Chinese artists being shown in the Big Apple. Mr. Yan has international recognition for his large sized, monochromatic … Continue reading

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