Digital Public Art Installation “Voyages” at H Queen’s (HQ) Building Marks New Developments in Hong Kong’s Art Scene

Large-scale digital art installation “Voyages” on the façade of H Queen’s building gave passers-by a taste of Hong Kong’s new cultural hub.

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Chinese auction houses climb worldwide revenue rankings – Artprice

Apparently oblivious to the recession, the Chinese art market posted its best-ever six-month auction earnings in the second half of 2009. Reflecting the rising importance of the Middle Kingdom in the world economy, China’s auction houses are claiming more and more spots in the world’s top 10 by revenue. Three of them appear in the Artprice Contemporary Art Market 2009/2010 Annual Report rankings.

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Korean art hit and miss at Seoul Auction Hong Kong: New York Times

SEOUL AUCTION HOUSE RESULTS A recent article by The New York Times explains the market trends of recent Hong Kong newcomer, Seoul Auction’s two highly successful auctions held in 2009:  Korean collectors continue to acquire Western contemporary artists, Chinese artists … Continue reading

Chinese, Indian leading artists fail to sell at Sotheby's Asian Art evening sale October 2008

      REPORT FROM THE AUCTION ROOM Big name Chinese and Indian artists and several premium lot artworks failed to sell at Sotheby’s October 2008 evening sale of contemporary and modern Asian art but the sale pointed to a new trend … Continue reading

Korean contemporary art spread through Asia threatened by meltdown

KOREAN CONTEMPORARY ART Korean artists and galleries have made a huge impact on Beijing recently with the presence of PKM Gallery, Do Art and Arario Beijing in the Brewery International Art Garden says Theme magazine. All three spaces showcase Korean … Continue reading