Asia market perfect for digital art? [s]edition takes on Chinese artists


s[edition], one of the first online contemporary art platforms designed to sell and store digital art, took on Chinese artists Liu Ye and Sui Jianguo in late 2012. Are they planning a move into the Asian art market?

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Korean Artist Project adds 21 curator-selected artists to website – resource alert


Following the success of its inception in 2011, the Korean Artist Project has updated their website and doubled the number of artists for 2012 to 42.

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VIP 2.0: Online art marketing channel in the making?


VIP Art Fair returns in 2012 for its second installment. Although many galleries failed to sell works, participants applauded the tweaks to the website interface and the fair’s publicity potential.

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What is ahead for contemporary Asian art, 2012 and beyond? Part IV


In this final installment of our ‘trends in contemporary art’ series, we look at how collectors are adapting to the era of information technology and increased interconnection.

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What is ahead for contemporary Asian art, 2012 and beyond? Part I


Art Radar is kicking off 2012 with a series of four posts that outline new trends in the Asian art world. How will dealers adapt as the world experiments with online market places?

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Must-know global art trends from 6 art professionals – The Miami Herald


The Miami Herald questioned six art professionals on their views on global art trends. We summarise the main points from the article and supplement them with thoughts of our own.

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India Art Collective versus VIP Art Fair: Internet fair compare


Art Radar reviews the successes and the pitfalls of selling art online while also looking at how the first India Art Collective online art fair compares to VIP Art Fair.

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