Despite a good percent of sold lots, Sotheby’s Autumn 2012 Contemporary Asian Art auction was severely disappointing in terms of value.Continue reading
In an Asia Society video, president Melissa Chiu touches on the evolution of Chinese contemporary art, revealing that collection forming is at the forefront.Continue reading
Internationally renowned for his gunpowder work, Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang is the first Chinese artist to win the prestigious Japanese award: the Praemium Imperiale global arts prize.Continue reading
Art Radar profiles collectives mentioned in art critic Karen Smith’s new book As Seen 2011: Notable Artworks by Chinese Artists, in which she approaches Chinese contemporary art trends.Continue reading
In June 2012, Lisson Gallery announced that they will represent Chinese neo-realist painter Liu Xiaodong. Liu joins Ai Weiwei, who has been represented by the gallery since 2010.Continue reading
Looking back on the Singapore Tyler Print Institute’s groundbreaking model for contemporary art making in its tenth anniversary year.Continue reading
A shift in the Biennale of Sydney Chinese artist selection mirrors the curatorial perspective of Australia’s influential White Rabbit Collection. Among the 101 artists on show, the eighteenth Biennale of Sydney, which opened to the public on 27 June 2012, … Continue reading
The GuangDong Times Museum in China holds its first ever solo show, “If This Is a Man”, with work by Chinese contemporary artist Jiang Zhi. The exhibition ran at the museum until 24 June 2012.