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Contemporary Chinese Art News 04/2009



Hand over (China Daily)
For anybody who still watches the news these days, the international art market, which some think is led by the phenomenal rise of contemporary Chinese art, is on the brink of tumbling.

Review: "China Urban" at the Cooley Gallery at Reed College (The Oregonian)
Chen Quilin at Reed College's Cooley Gallery When Paris was forcibly transformed into a modern metropolis during France's Second Empire, the psychic wounds of urbanization yielded some of the most powerful artworks of the 19th century. Paintings of Paris' absinthe...

Hand over (Asia News Network)
For anybody who still watches the news these days, the international art market, which some think is led by the phenomenal rise of contemporary Chinese art, is on the brink of tumbling. Pieces that wo .....

Spring comes to art market (China Daily)
Spring is here, and none too soon for China's beleaguered art market. Artists and galleries alike have suffered a long, cold winter, brought on largely by the global economic crisis. More than one-third of the Asian contemporary art went unsold at auctions in Hong Kong last fall.

Conversation with Artist-in-Residence Zhang Peili at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Art Daily)
BOSTON, MA.- Join a conversation with one of China’s premier contemporary artists right here in Boston! Video artist and former Gardner Museum Artist-in-Residence Zhang Peili returns to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on Thursday, April 23rd at 6:30 PM to discuss the history and the future of video in China and preview some of his recent work.

Queensland Art Gallery Launches its China Project with Three Exhibitions (Art Daily)
BRISBANE.- Two important exhibitions have turned the spotlight on contemporary Chinese art at the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA).

Children of the revolution (The Australian)
NAPOLEON is said to have compared China with a sleeping giant. When China woke, he predicted, the world would tremble.

Robert Adanto's The Rising Tide to Screen at the Peabody-Essex Museum (Art Daily)
Robert Adanto explores the work of some of China's most talented emerging video artists and photographers. SALEM, MA.-



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