The Wall Street Journal's Wei Gu describes the art world's current fondness for a rising...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 23, 2013
At The New York Times’ ArtBeat, David Barboza reports that a nine-character calligraphy...
by Liu Yong | Jun 10, 2009
From New York Times: In May 2007, “The Sisters (Grand Family No. 7),” an oil painting by Zhang Xiaogang, sold for $1.16 million at Christie’s New York. Last month, it went under the hammer there again — this time for $722,500....
by Sophie Beach | Apr 7, 2009
The Christian Science Monitor reports on the rise and fall of the Chinese art market: The fastest-growing sector of a feverish international art market saw prices leap by multiples of ten or more. No longer. The global recession...
by Sophia Cao | Mar 13, 2009
The recession has deeply affected Chinese art market, causing a shrinkage of fifty percent. Galleries in Beijing also suffered from the dismal economy, via NPR.org: How much difference half a year makes. Last year, 11 of the...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 10, 2009
The Chinese contemporary art market, which so recently was enjoying skyrocketing prices and acclaim around the world, is now suffering as the global economic crisis hits personal pocketbooks. A New York Times article begins by...
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