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Contemporary Chinese Art News 05/2009



Robert Adanto's The Rising Tide to Screen at ART HK 09 (Art Daily)
HONG KONG.- Robert Adanto's The Rising Tide , which recently screened at The Peabody-Essex Museum in conjunction with the landmark exhibition Mahjong: Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection, examines China's economic and cultural metamorphoses through the work of some of the Middle Kingdom's most talented video artists and photographers, including the internationally recognized Cao ...

Public Works: Wang Wenhai, Mao Zedong and Mao Zedong (The Australian)
Wang Wenhai, Mao Zedong and Mao Zedong (2003), bought by the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, 2007. On display in the gallery.

Phillips Contemporary Auction Falls Short of Estimate (New York Times)
While it was hard for all the auction houses to cobble together sales in this economy, it was especially tough for Phillips de Pury & Company, which brought in $4.4 million less than its low estimate.

The Subtle Power of Zao Wou-Ki (New York Times)
Two events in Hong Kong -- a Christie's auction and an exhibition at Alisan Fine Arts -- feature works by the Chinese-French painter.

Events in New Jersey (New York Times)
A listing of comedy, film, art, music, dance and other events on Long Island.

Robert Adanto's The Rising Tide to Screen at The Queensland Gallery of Modern Art (Art Daily)
QUEENSLAND.- Robert Adanto's The Rising Tide , which recently screened at The Peabody-Essex Museum's exhibition Mahjong: Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection, examines China's economic and cultural metamorphoses through the work of some of the Middle Kingdom's most talented video artists and photographers, including the internationally recognized Cao Fei, Xu Zhen, Wang Qingsong, ...

Ullens Sells $22.2 Million of China Art, Emperor’s Painting (Bloomberg)
May 30 (Bloomberg) -- Guy Ullens , founder of Beijing’s largest private art museum, raised almost 151.7 million yuan ($22.2 million) selling 18 works from one of the world’s biggest collections of Chinese art.



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