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Tag Archives: Ju Ming
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.
A Sunday at Art Taipei – gallery comments, Australian media art, Pearl Lam
Posted on Thursday, August 26th, 2010
ART FAIRS TAIWANESE ART EVENTS INTERNATIONAL ART ASIAN CONTEMPORARY ART Art Radar presents a Sunday at Art Taipei 2010 in nine images accompanied by quotes from Korean gallery director Jung Yong Lee and the refreshingly honest Pearl Lam, panel members … Continue reading
Young Taiwanese unable to name leading local artists, survey reports
Posted on Wednesday, May 19th, 2010
TAIWANESE ARTS SURVEY RESULTS As reported in a recent article by Radio Taiwan International, a survey conducted by the King Car Education Foundation has revealed that a large majority of Taiwanese high school and university students are unable to name … Continue reading
Three sculptors who influenced the Taiwanese art landscape: Yang Ying-feng, Ju Ming and Pu Hao-ming
Posted on Tuesday, February 9th, 2010
PUSHING TAIWANESE SCULPTURE INTO THE INTERNATIONAL SPOTLIGHT A recent article published in Taiwan News profiles three highly influential Taiwanese sculptors, old generation artists Yang Ying-feng and Ju Ming, and contemporary craftsman Pu Hao-ming. These sculptors have contributed much to art … Continue reading