Monthly Archives: April 2014

Art Beijing Art Fair spring 2014

Every spring Art Beijing art fair getting stronger and this year is the ninth edition. Starting on May 1st until May 3, 2014 at the national Agriculture Exhibition Centre. Over 150 galleries exhibit and there will be both a classical … Continue reading

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China featured again during an Art Fair

China will be featured as the guest country in this year’s Contemporary Istanbul from November 13-16, 2014. The Fair has a “New Horizons” section where China will be the focus. It will be curated by Professor Peng Feng, one of … Continue reading

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Zhang Xiaogang Record Sale at Sotheby’s HK

The Chinese art market remains strong at Sotheby’s auction in HK over the weekend. Zhang Xiaogang and seven other artists set new artist auction records yesterday. Zhang’s painting “Bloodline; Big Family No. 3” fetched HK$ 94.2 million, (USD 12.1 million) … Continue reading

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Long Museum in Shanghai

The largest private museum in China just opened a second space on West Bund in Shanghai owned by Liu Yiqian and Wang Wei. The who’s who of the Chinese art world turned out to see the exhibition “Re-view” of top … Continue reading

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Ai Weiwei to Open in Berlin

China’s best known and boldest contemporary artist, Ai Weiwei opens the biggest exhibition in Berlin, Germany. The show at Berlin’s Martin Gropius Bau museum opens a week from now. It consists mainly of new installations, involving as in the past … Continue reading

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Jiang Zhi Solo Show

Jiang Zhi, a graduate from the China Academy of Fine Arts in Hangzhou, is having his solo show at Yanlord Binjiang in Shanghai displaying his latest canvases called “System Failure” . The show is organised by Aqua Arts Foundation. This … Continue reading

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Zhu Dequn has passed away

94-year old Zhu Dequn passed away last week in Paris. Zhu was one of the most revered Chinese artists of today together with Wu Guangzhong (1919-2010) and Zao Wou-ki (1921-2013) and he is widely recognised for his style of integrating … Continue reading

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