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Chiu-Ti Jansen Débuts CHINA HAPPENINGS™ Column with the New York Observer Magazine
CHINA HAPPENINGS(TM), a multimedia and advisory platform founded by Chiu-Ti Jansen to focus on the lifestyle and cultural industries of contemporary China, announces the launch of “China Happenings” column in the New York Observer (NYO) Magazine, starting March 2011. (PRWeb March 04, 2011) Read the full story at (link) 20

March roars in with plenty of art events
Many art galleries in and around Philadelphia stay open later on the first Friday of the month. Here's a rundown of gallery and arts events tonight and for the next few weeks.

March roars in with plenty of art events
Many art galleries in and around Philadelphia stay open later on the first Friday of the month. Here's a rundown of gallery and arts events tonight and for the next few weeks.

Chiu-Ti Jansen Débuts CHINA HAPPENINGS™ Column with the New York Observer Magazine
CHINA HAPPENINGS(TM), a multimedia and advisory platform founded by Chiu-Ti Jansen to focus on the lifestyle and cultural industries of contemporary China, announces the launch of “China Happenings” column in the New York Observer (NYO) Magazine, starting March 2011.

How the Art Market Works
In September of 2008, the British artist Damien Hirst sold a collection of his own artwork at Sothebys. The two-day...

Awhirl in Paris and Verona
JUST in from Paris, the Japanese-born Sydney fashion designer Akira Isogawa says the talk of the town during Fashion Week was who will replace the disgraced Dior designer John Galliano.

Awhirl in Paris and Verona
JUST in from Paris, the Japanese-born Sydney fashion designer Akira Isogawa says the talk of the town during Fashion Week was who will replace the disgraced Dior designer John Galliano.

Building a better brick
Bricks are among the world’s oldest building materials — the first were used as long ago as 7,500 B.C. That doesn’t mean, though, that they won’t be integral to the buildings of the future. Brickstainable, a design competition sponsored by a consortium of brick-making firms, has for the second year in a row invited architects and designers to re-imagine the ...

Building a better brick
Bricks are among the world's oldest building materials — the first were used as long ago as 7,500 B.C. That doesn't mean, though, that they won't be integral to the buildings of the future. Brickstainable, a design competition sponsored by a consortium of brick-making firms, has for the second year in a row invited architects and designers to re-imagine the ...

Asia Week Offers Many Highlights
A quick guide to the highlights of Asia Week at galleries around New York.

Art-world power shifts to China
Collectors, artists flex their muscles. NYC's galleries? Late to the opening



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