Christie’s Hong Kong Spring Week Auctions set a new record – round-up


Zao Wou-Ki’s 29.09.64 (1964) sold for a record USD 19.7 million USD at Christie’s Hong Kong Spring auctions 2017.

Continue reading

Introducing SinArts: Alex Lebbink on Belgium’s new Chinese contemporary art platform – interview


Art Radar visits Brussels’ newest Chinese contemporary art platform SinArts Space and interview its founder and curator Alex Lebbink.

Continue reading

“China 8”: Germany’s largest show of contemporary Chinese art


Nine museums across eight cities unite for the largest ever show of contemporary Chinese art in Germany.

Continue reading

Modern artists dominate Christie’s Hong Kong spring sales


Asian modern and contemporary art continues to gain ground among collectors at Christie’s Hong Kong’s spring auctions.

Continue reading

How to start collecting Asian art – Heiner Wemhöner’s tips


Art Radar spoke to longtime German collector Heiner Wemhöner to find out how he got started buying contemporary Asian art, and to hear his tips for would-be collectors and dealers.

Continue reading

Christie’s ‘Faces of New China’ Private Collection Sale underperforms amidst art market slowdown


Christie’s Hong Kong November 26 Private Collection Sale provides a dramatic example of single-owner sales’ susceptibility to the faltering Asian art market.

Continue reading

Sotheby’s Hong Kong Autumn Sale 2011: Contemporary Asian Art


Art Radar reports from the auction room of Sotheby’s evening sale of Contemporary Asian Art on October 3, 2011. The 176-lot sale featured two ‘premium’ works, and revealed lagging enthusiasm in the contemporary Asian art market

Continue reading

Specially curated 3D art category in Sotheby’s 2011 spring sale


Does the addition of a new three-dimensional art catalogue category to Sotheby’s Spring 2011 Asian Contemporary Art sales mean the art form is becoming more collectable?

Continue reading