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Hong Kong contemporary Asian art auctions April 2013: 4 auction houses, how did they do?
Posted on Tuesday, April 16th, 2013
Sotheby’s found itself competing with China Guardian, Beijing Poly and Tiancheng International in auctions held from 3 to 8 April 2013.
Christie’s Hong Kong spring 2012 Asian art auctions: Modern sales outpace contemporary
Posted on Tuesday, May 29th, 2012
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.
Sotheby’s Hong Kong spring 2012 auctions: Modern Asian art still outselling contemporary
Posted on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012
Sotheby’s just wrapped up their spring auctions in Hong Kong. Though Chinese art sold well, modern works were the clear highlights of the show.
Great gifts: 7 books on Chinese contemporary art
Posted on Sunday, November 14th, 2010
The Chinese contemporary art market is booming! Sotheby’s record-breaking auctions in Hong Kong last month have proved that this is a market anyone working in or collecting Asian contemporary art can stand to know more about. To help, we’ve rounded up seven books we know will have you clued up in no time on the top artists working in China today. Fill your shelves or those of others with any of these essential books these holidays.
ArtTactic reports higher confidence in the Chinese art market – resource alert
Posted on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010
According to the ArtTactic Chinese Contemporary Art Market Confidence Indicator, perception of contemporary Chinese Art has improved significantly. This development is to be expected, considering the success of last spring’s (and more recently this autumn’s) auctions in Hong Kong and mainland China. We summarise the main points of the report and link to where to purchase it. Continue reading
Tsong Pu discusses six artworks: Part III – On local recognition of local art and the cube redefined
Posted on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010
TAIWANESE CONTEMPORARY ART INSTALLATION TAIWAN-CHINA RELATIONS ARTIST INTERVIEW When Tsong Pu was studying overseas in the 1970s he would introduce himself as Chinese or as being from China. Later, as China opened it’s borders and more art from the country was … Continue reading
Liquidity propels prices, Chinese Political Pop is back – Sothebys Contemporary Asian Art Auction 2009 Hong Kong
Posted on Friday, October 16th, 2009
SOTHEBY’S AUCTIONS HONG KONG CONTEMPORARY ASIAN ART Although called a Contemporary Asian Art auction, this sale was dominated by Chinese artists which was a canny move by Sotheby’s given that mainland liquidity is driving prices of property in Hong Kong to … Continue reading