Contemporary art in Beijing: Art Radar guide


Art Radar provides an insightful guide to the vibrant and ever-growing Beijing art scene, with its plethora of museums, galleries and non-profit art spaces.

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Development crisis for Beijing’s 798 art district?


On 4 November 2012, China’s Global Times reported on a rent dispute gone mad in Beijing’s famous 798 art district. Xu Yong, founder and manager of 798 Space, says the art hub’s problems are entrenched.

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


In this third installation of our four part Asian art trends series, we look at trends that, while tangential to the contemporary art world, will have vital influence.

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Can’t buy North Korean art outside DPRK? Mansudae branch in Beijing – Leap magazine


A North Korea has set up shop in Beijing’s 798 Art Zone. Mansudae Art Studio Museum is critiqued in an article by China-based Leap magazine, which we summarise.

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