13 Asia-based art collectors crack 2012 ARTnews global top 200


A comparatively low number of Asia-based collectors in the 2012 ARTnews top 200 list may indicate that the Asian region still has a lot of potential for art market growth.

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Professional “art bubble”: Who is in it and what do they do?


In an article for the New Zealand Herald on the re-launch of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Janet McAllister comments on the dubious relationship between art and money.

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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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New private contemporary art museum for Dubai


The Salsali Private Museum, home to the private collection of art patron Ramin Salsali, opened its doors to the public and collectors on 13 November 2011 in Al Quoz, Dubai.

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What motivates billionaire collector Victor Pinchuk? The Art Newspaper


An article in The Art Newspaper sheds light on the motivations of Ukrainian super-collector Victor Pinchuk. Art Radar sums up highlights from the original piece.

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Provocative agenda at huge Australian collector-owned museum


Art Radar follows art blogger Deirdre Carmichael to the provocative Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), located in Hobart, Tasmania to see what all the hype is all about.

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Large art is back, reports The Art Newspaper


According to The Art Newspaper, Large art is making a comeback. The resurgence of massive art comes on the crest of an increase in the number of gigantic gallery and museum spaces.

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How Saatchi and his YBAs influenced leading Asian artists – The Observer


In an Observer article, writer Ben Lewis reveals the influence that Charles Saatchi-and his Young British Artists had on the emerging Asian art scene.

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