Art Radar’s 10 most popular articles, January to June 2012

Below is the list of Art Radar‘s most popular posts, as mined from our analytics data collected between January and June 2012.

We have just tallied up Art Radar‘s most popular articles from the first half of 2012. Articles about contemporary art trends fared especially well, and there was a healthy amount of interest in Chinese artists and the greater China art market. Read the full list below!

A scarf from Louis Vuitton's recent collaboration with Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama, the subject of Art Radar's most popular post in the first half of 2012.

A scarf from Louis Vuitton's recent collaboration with Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama, the subject of Art Radar's most popular post in the first half of 2012.

Click here to read about the most popular posts from spring 2011.

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We published a few major articles that were concerned with emerging trends in contemporary art in the spring of 2012, two of which cracked the top three. The first article of our four-part contemporary Asian art trend series came in at number two and a related post on contemporary art trends in general at number three. As many of our top posts come from search engine hits, it would seem that trend-spotting is on the minds of many contemporary art professionals.

Emerging art movements, organisations and events also strike a chord with news-hungry art readers. It is perhaps no surprise that articles about Yayoi Kusama’s new Louis Vuitton collaboration, an inaugural hotel art fair in Hong Kong or China’s Dafen art village also proved especially popular with our readers

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