"Chinese Art Is as Hot in the East as It Is in the West " Report - New York Times    SHANGHAI, Nov. 28 — With prices for Chinese contemporary art soaring, Christie’s opened its week of art auctions in Hong Kong by realizing a record-breaking $67.9 million in its sales of Asian contemporary and Chinese 20th-century art.

Christie’s - Auction - Asian Art - Hong Kong - Report

"Chinese Art Is as Hot in the East as It Is in the West " Report - New York Times SHANGHAI, Nov. 28 — With prices for Chinese contemporary art soaring, Christie’s opened its week of art auctions in Hong Kong by realizing a record-breaking $67.9 million in its sales of Asian contemporary and Chinese 20th-century art.

[Art markets in China]  "798—and out?"  What's worse for artists, communism or capitalism?    (2007)

798—and out?

[Art markets in China] out?" What's worse for artists, communism or capitalism?

Art Capitalism in China (Part II)  ... The 1985 New Wave art works that had inspired the young generation over a decade ago are now encased in glass boxes like mummies and end up cold sacred objects. The forgoing avant-garde art movement has ended, and another movement is madly starting. I can only call this movement "art capitalism's experiment in China"....

Art Capitalism in China (Part II) ... The 1985 New Wave art works that had inspired the young generation over a decade ago are now encased in glass boxes like mummies and end up cold sacred objects. The forgoing avant-garde art movement has ended, and another movement is madly starting. I can only call this movement "art capitalism's experiment in China"....

The Art of making Money    Where to invest or stash that extra cash. Tania Lee reports.     It's a good time to be a contemporary artist in China. Rapid changes in society, driven by a thriving economy, have fueled creativity and strong high-end demand. As a result, China is now home to almost half of the world's 100 top-earning contemporary artists.

Rapid changes in society, driven by a thriving economy, have fueled creativity and strong high-end demand.China is now home to almost half of the world's 100 top-earning contemporary artists.

In China’s New Revolution, Art Greets Capitalism     ...Are such prices justified? Uli Sigg, the former Swiss ambassador to China and perhaps the largest collector of Chinese contemporary art with more than 1,500 pieces, calls the market frothy but not finished.    “I don’t see anything at the moment that will stop the rise in prices,” he said. “More and more people are flocking to the market.”    Mr. Goedhuis insists that this is the beginning of an even bigger boom in Chinese contemporary…

Booming Chinese Art Market - Report

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