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Contemporary Chinese Art News 05/2010



Aldrich benefit focus: Contemporary Chinese art
The exhibition program at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum will be the beneficiary of a spring fundraiser, Contemporary Chinese Art: New Voices, New Markets.

'Spring Awakening' merges art and theater May 12-16
Interior design and theater merge May 13-16 in New Canaan during Spring Awakening a tabletop design event that will capture the imagination and talents of the creative arts.

This Weekend
Cavalier Galleries at 405 Greenwich Avenue in Greenwich will open an exhibition of never-before exhibited paintings and pastels by Daniel E. Greene on Thursday evening, May 20, with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Mr. Greene was the first living artist inducted into the Pastel Hall of Fame and in 2003 the Pastel Society of the West Coast awarded him with the title of Pastel Laureate.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Announces Opening of New Wing on November 20
Art of the Americas facade. Photo: Chuck Choi. BOSTON, MA.- The highly anticipated wing for the Art of the Americas and Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Family Courtyard at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), will open to the public on Saturday, November 20. In celebration, the Museum is hosting a free Community Day to welcome visitors to see The New MFA. The wing and enclosed courtyard are the focal ...

East meets West
Contemporary Chinese art in Albury

HK Int'l Art Fair to showcase top contemporary works
The Hong Kong International Art Fair (ART HK) 2010 launching on May 27 will showcase stronger works from more top level galleries, said Magnus Renfrew, the fair director here Wednesday.

Warhols Mao, Ming Bronze Lead $192 Million Hong Kong Auction
May 28 (Bloomberg) -- A Hong Kong auction of imperial Chinese art, jewels and wine, starting today and worth more than HK$1.5 billion ($192 million) is among the finest the city has seen, says top Chinese art buyer Wu Qun. Yet big spenders might stay away.

Interview: Two expats travel 13000km by land... again!
Couple, Iain Manley and Claire Van Den Heever once again embark on an epic journey from Shanghai back to their homes in Cape Town entirely by land. The couple arrived in Shanghai by land two years ago by land and have decided to try it all once more. We had the opportunity to get some stories and tips of them before they set off. They have just updated their website so to read their blogs or for ...

Interview: Two expats travel 39000km by land... again!
Iain Manley and Claire van den Heever, a couple who arrived in Shanghai two years ago at the end of an 18 month overland journey from London, are planning to do it all again. This time, theyre embarking on an epic trip from Shanghai to their homes in Cape Town, again by land. They have just redesigned their website, Old World Wandering , where youll find more on their past and future ...

Art HK showcases world's best works (2)
Chinese contemporary artist Liu Ye, whose painting Bright Road sold for a record $2.45 million at Sotheby's in April, is leading an exciting lineup of contemporary Chinese art. Within one hour of the collector's preview opening, five out of Liu's 13 works were bought by collectors from China, Europe, the US and Singapore. The organizer told the Global Times that Liu's painting Teresa Teng, one ...

Warhols Mao, Ming Bronze Lead $192 Million Hong Kong Auction
May 28 (Bloomberg) -- A Hong Kong auction of imperial Chinese art, jewels and wine, starting today and worth more than HK$1.5 billion ($192 million) is among the finest the city has seen, says top Chinese art buyer Wu Qun. Yet big spenders might stay away.

The Global Art World Gathers in Hong Kong for the City's Third International Art Fair
A woman looks at an artwork on the first public day of the Hong Kong Art Fair 2010, in Hong Kong, China. The trade show for art industry insiders, now in its third year, runs from 27 to 30 May, and has attracted around 150 galleries from about 30 different countries.

The Global Art World Gathers in Hong Kong for the City's Third International Art Fair
A woman looks at an artwork on the first public day of the Hong Kong Art Fair 2010, in Hong Kong, China. The trade show for art industry insiders, now in its third year, runs from 27 to 30 May, and has attracted around 150 galleries from about 30 different countries.

Stained glass painted
Katayun Saklats exhibition of current works at Gallery K2 is a happy mix of light, colour, myth and fantasy. Saklat is a stained glass artist and she has painted with oils on canvas these backlit windows with colour-saturated decorative panes.



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