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Contemporary Chinese Art News 10/2010



A City Where Chinese Artists Hope to Strike Gold
Songzhuang, an outlying Beijing suburb with lower rents, is the new frontier of Chinese art.

Sowing the seed
A carpet of more than 100 million "sunflower seeds" is laid in a new art installation at Tate Modern.

Contemporary Chinese art will go on display Saturday
Show organized by Allen Memorial Art Museum will feature four artists

the 30 magnificent
While spring is traditionally the season of rebirth, for the arts communities of Acadiana, autumn is the transformative season. Fall's arrival means a flurry of premieres, season openers and debuts.

Ian and Joanna: Let me be
In reply to Name That School : Ian and Joanna: Let me be clear that those of us who have objected to the renaming of the school [not a building, Ian; schools are not inanimate- they exist and become what they are, good or bad, due to the people that comprise it] have NEVER done so on a platform that involved attacking Gene Sherman. In spite of what you are trying to read into this, from the very ...

Chinese art — not a bust
Beijing artists and gallery owners say the economic downturn will improve quality. read more

Chinese contemporary art arouses interest in Milan
The attention toward Chinese culture is rising in Milan as exhibitions of renowned Chinese artists are opening here during the ongoing Chinese Culture Year in Italy.

While the US and Europe face a double dip, Asia rockets towards recovery
The speed of the recovery in the US and European contemporary art market has levelled out. After experiencing strong growth in the first half of 2010, early signs that the market is slowing again were evident in the London contemporary evening...

While the US and Europe face a test, Asia rockets towards recovery
The speed of the recovery in the US and European contemporary art market has levelled out. After experiencing strong growth in the first half of 2010, early signs that the market is slowing again were evident in the London contemporary evening...

Skirls and twirls aloud from Aylsham’s tartan robot
She’s a towering figure in tartan who makes bagpipe noises while giving us a “twirl” in her stunning fashions – but the Scottish “lassie” is actually a robot made far south of the border in deepest Norfolk.



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