Monthly Archives: February 2014

Watch Out for Chinese Contemporary Art

Watching Biennale and art fairs, reviewing Auction sales records and many museums, it seems 2013 was a great year for Chinese Contemporary Art. So would it continue in 2014? Absolutely, more art fairs and many auction houses with record prices … Continue reading

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My Generation: Young Chinese Artists

  The Tampa Museum of art and the Museum of Fine arts, St.Petersburg will present the first US exhibition to focus solely on the post-Mao Generation of Chines artists that offers a look at how China’s economic development has impacted … Continue reading

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A Moving Sculpture

Beijing artist Li Hongbo tricks the eye of the viewer with sculptures that look like marble but are made of paper. A demonstration how the bust sculpture turns to a long snake by dragging it out, has a whaa-effect for … Continue reading

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Yuz Museum in Shanghai

The well-known Chinese-Indonesian Collector Budi Tek will open his own private museum in Shanghai. The inaugural exhibition will take place in May 2014. It will be a show of China contemporary art curated by the University of Chicago professor Wu … Continue reading

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Some thoughts from Zhang Xiaogang

Zhang Xiaogang became one of the earliest faces of contemporary Chines art for the Western world. His Bloodline series, a stylised presentation on Mao-era family portraits, was exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 1995. Early in his career, Zhang gave … Continue reading

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Chinese Year of the Horse

We have just entered the Chinese New Year and it is in the zodiac of the Horse. With this I like to promote one of the Gallery’s well known artists Johannes Nielsen that recently came out with 2 new positions … Continue reading

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Ji Dachun at Ullens Center

A new exhibition at Ullens Center in 798 district in Beijing by Ji Dachun displays more than 40 works from the past decade, illustrating many important moments of his career. Best known for his realistic and surrealistic critiques of contemporary … Continue reading

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