Monthly Archives: March 2014

Ji Dachun – the Chinese surrealist artist

Ullens Center for Contemporary Art is showing the first institutional exhibition by Ji Dachun. Over 40 works from the past decade, exploring several key moments of his career, but he has been painting for over 40 years. Known for his … Continue reading

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China Focus on 2014 Art Paris Art Fair

Once again, art from China is getting the spotlight at Art Paris Art Fair March 27 to 30 at the historic Grand Palais in Paris. To celebrate 50 years since then opening of relations between France and China close to … Continue reading

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China Millennium Monument

Since 1993 in Venice Biennale, the trend of Chinese artists heading overseas has never stopped. In 2013, 10 exhibitions showing selected works of hundreds of Chinese artists. Now part of of these exhibitions are back home in China at the … Continue reading

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China Focus at Armory Art Show NY

China starts to flex its cultural soft power and demonstrate that it is central to any global art dialogue. The Armory Art Fair in New York devoted its cultural section to China. The curator was Philip Tinari from Ullens Center … Continue reading

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Red Colored Art Attracts

Christmas is red, Valentine’s Day is red and roses are red. Does it mean that art with the colour red is also attractive? Yes, if you see the highest selling lots from auction houses, it seems they are very often … Continue reading

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