Museums in the age of the mega-collector: Can public institutions compete? – WSJ Blogs


In January 2012, The Wall Street Journal interviewed Siu Li Tan, an assistant director and curator for the Singapore Art Museum (SAM).

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India Art Fair 2012: For international galleries, India focus among emerging economies


A round-up of the India Art Fair which ended on 29 January 2012. Art Radar finds out what the overall reception of the fair was this time around.

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Chinese collectors no longer follow cues from West, says Wall Street Journal


A report published in The Wall Street Journal in October 2011 identifies new trends set by Chinese collectors and reveals how the auction market is responding to new demand.

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Japanese artist Hirotoshi Iwasaki draws time with video – picture feast


Thirty-year-old Japanese artist Hirotoshi Iwasaki combines drawing and animation to create flip book-like artworks and video pieces that explore time, memory and space.

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Assistant-produced art: Do collectors buy it? Wall Street Journal


Artist-made or artist-designed: What do collectors want? The Wall Street Journal discusses the growing dependence contemporary artists have on their assistants.

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International contemporary ink artists show with Chinese in Shenzhen


The traditional art of Chinese ink painting has so far received little attention in the international art market. This state of affairs may finally be changing.

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Can you sell big to first-time collectors? Indian Art Summit 2011 round-up


Third Indian Art Summit proves Indian arts ability to attract big crowds, global art buyers and top-end galleries. But did everyone agree on its success?

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Art Stage Singapore East-West balance praised


ART FAIRS SINGAPORE CONTEMPORARY ART EVENTS ASIAN ART MARKET With a total of 32,000 visitors – viewing work presented by 121 galleries from 26 countries – and some major sales, the inaugural edition of Art Stage Singapore seems to have proved … Continue reading