Slump continues in global market for Chinese art while Hong Kong holds strong – artnet report


Art Radar analyses the highlights from artnet’s Global Chinese Art Auction Market Report 2014.

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Christie’s Hong Kong autumn auctions: A pan-Asian vision


Christie’s Hong Kong’s autumn auctions for Asian Contemporary, which closed on 24 November, broke new records showing renewed strength in the Asian art market.

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Hong Kong autumn auctions set new world records – sales round up


Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Poly Auction and China Guardian all had major auction sales from 4 to 9 October 2014 that, despite Hong Kong’s Occupy protests immobilising the city’s main arteries, registered attendance and bidding momentum setting new world records for Asian contemporary artists.

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Contemporary Asian art in New York City: Art Radar guide


Art Radar’s latest Art City Guide takes you on a tour of New York’s contemporary art scene.

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How to start collecting Asian art – Heiner Wemhöner’s tips


Art Radar spoke to longtime German collector Heiner Wemhöner to find out how he got started buying contemporary Asian art, and to hear his tips for would-be collectors and dealers.

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Christie’s Hong Kong spring 2012 Asian art auctions: Modern sales outpace contemporary


Christie’s Hong Kong held their spring auctions from 26 to 30 May 2012. While several works sold above their estimates, sales of Asian modern art far outpaced contemporary.

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Christie’s Hong Kong autumn 2011 sales: Indonesian art triumphs, Indian falters amid cautious market


The response to Christie’s Hong Kong day sale of Asian Contemporary Art, held on 27 November 2011, was restrained. 28 percent of works in the 273-lot sale failed to sell.

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