Chinese contemporary art – where to find the most up-to-date news


In her third and final article on online Chinese contemporary art resources, curator Rachel Marsden gives a list of blogs and websites to follow in order to keep up to date with what’s going on in China’s art scene.

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Amazon puts the squeeze on Asia? Online sales giant eyes fine art market


Online retail giant Amazon plans to launch its first virtual art sales platform, hosting more than 1,000 artworks from over 125 galleries worldwide.

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Asia Art Archive online: landmark moment for contemporary Asian art scholarship


Not just for Hong Kongers, Asia Art Archive’s collection is now open to an international audience, accessible through a custom designed website. Asia Art Archive (AAA) launched a beta version of its online collection on 5 June 2012. The initial … Continue reading

India Art Fair’s Collectors’ Circle educates new buyers


The India Art Fair, formally the India Art Summit, is launching Collectors’ Circle, an ongoing membership programme which aims to connect and educate emerging collectors.

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Outside influences seep into Myanmar art scene – New York Times


In an article written for The New York Times, Ceil Miller Bouchet introduces us to the budding art scene in Yangon, the biggest city in isolated Myanmar.

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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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A different way to show art: art at home, art for guests – AHAlife


Collector Charles Riva and others open their homes to art lovers. In Asia, art collectors open local museums or display their collections online.

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Russian Pavilion at Venice Biennale: VernissageTV two minute video tour


VernissageTV releases a video tour of the Russian Pavillion at the 54th Venice Biennale. The video captures the work of Andrei Monastyrski and artist group Collective Actions.

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