Chinese art

Marseille: Why it is important to exhibit Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei Le Mucem Le Mucem Ai Weiwei Ai Weiwei Ai Weiwei Ai Weiwei Ai Weiwei Ai Weiwei Ai Weiwei Mucem Collections Ai Weiwei Fan Tan Ai Weiwei Fan Tan I am the curator of an exhibition dedicated to Ai Weiwei in Marseille, Ai Weiwei.Fan Tan at the spectacular museum designed by Rudy Ricciotti on […]

Yang Fudong: the Chinese masterpiece of the 2000s at Fondation Louis Vuitton

    Once upon a time, a country the size of a continent was slowly throwing off the shackles of authoritarianism. Citizens were beginning to travel abroad, accumulate possessions, launch new enterprises, and come into contact with cultures other than those bright red Communist nations of the little book. As this new China began its […]

Uli Sigg: the collector who ‘made’ Ai Weiwei

Shi Xinning Uli Sigg Yue Minjun Liu Wei Hai Bo Chinese whispers chinese whispers chinese whispers chinese whispers Chinese whispers There once was a Swiss businessman who became the world’s biggest collector of Chinese art before giving almost all of it away to a Hong Kong museum… This is the remarkable story of Uli Sigg, […]

Huang Yong Ping : 980 tonnes of art at the Grand Palais in Paris

Huang Yong Ping Huang Yong Ping Huang Yong Ping Huang Yong Ping Huang Yong Ping Huang Yong Ping Huang Yong Ping Huang Yong Ping Every two years at the Grand Palais in Paris, Monumenta is an act of creative bravura and a truly colossal show in the international contemporary art calendar. It’s a battle of […]

ArtBasel Hong Kong: Is the Chinese market really an Eldorado?

Marlene Dumas R Rauschenberg R Rauschenberg M Borremans M Borremans ‘There was a lot of expectation and nervousness when the fair opened its doors. Sales figures at Chinese auctions have been underwhelming but the contemporary art market is establishing itself strongly in Asia.’ Its through these nuanced arguments that Marc Spiegler, director of Art Basel […]

Ai Weiwei : I’m deadly serious

Ai Weiwei Instagram Instagram By Ai Weiwei Ai Weiwei By Ai Weiwei A Chinese artist and global art star, Ai Weiwei is an intelligent, quick, smiling, mischievous, facetious, surprising, off-center human being, by turns moral and inflammatory. What else? He doesn’t take himself seriously but is nevertheless able to say: “I am art.”   And […]

Adrian Cheng wants a Kunsthalle for Beijing

Adrian Cheng In a very short amount of time, Hong Kong businessman Adrian Cheng, 36, has become a ubiquitous character in the globalized art world. In the space of two years, he’s emerged as an important funder for New York’s Metropolitan Museum, where he financed an education program for an exhibition about Chinese art, as […]


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