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Contemporary Chinese Art News 06/2011



Beijing calling
THE fast-flowing stream of foreign artists attracted to life in China includes many Australians.

Are Speculators Behind China's Art Boom?
Speculative demand is one of the main drivers of the current boom in Chinese Contemporary art, according to market research firm ArtTactic.

Think China Is the Future? Think Again.
"People say the future is China,” Arne Glimcher, the patriarch of New York’s Pace Gallery and a veritable force majeur on the international art scene, told Art Info's Madeline O'Dea last week, at the close of the Hong Kong Art Fair. “Then,” writes O’Dea,  “he trumped himself. ‘The present is China.’” Actually, Glimcher  (who opened a Beijing branch in 2008) was right the second time.  However ...

Think China Is The Future Of Art? Think Again
?People say the future is China," Arne Glimcher, the patriarch of New York's Pace Gallery and

Keegan: It's not MAM's mission to protest
As a summer packed with Chinese art appears on the horizon at Milwaukee Art Museum, some local artists and others have been waiting for a comment by the museum on the April 3 arrest at the Beijing airport of controversial Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, who remains in government custody more than two months later.

Emperor's Private Paradise Coming to Milwaukee Saturday, June 11
MILWAUKEE -- This summer, the Milwaukee Art Museum presents five simultaneous exhibitions on Chinese art and architecture as part of a year-long celebration honoring the ten-year anniversary of the Santiago Calatrava--designed Quadracci Pavilion.

Soaring prices
China flexes its muscles in the contemporary art market

In the zone
The transformation of 798 Art Zone from a village into an internationally famous centre of art reflects China's rise, but not everyone is happy with the changes, Chen Nan reveals. Seventy-year-old Sh .....

In the zone
The transformation of 798 Art Zone from a village into an internationally famous centre of art reflects China's rise, but not everyone is happy with the changes, Chen Nan reveals. Seventy-year-old Sh .....

Hurtle through history as nation set to celebrate Chinese culture
Australians are about to get a taste of China that goes beyond tucking into dumplings at yum cha or sipping hot jasmine tea.

China museum chief unveils Rome exhibition
National Art Museum of China director Fan Di'an unveiled a Chinese exhibition in Rome on Wednesday with 100 seminal works that help define the transition between ancient and modern Chinese art.

China museum chief unveils Rome exhibition
National Art Museum of China director Fan Di'an unveiled a Chinese exhibition in Rome on Wednesday with 100 seminal works that help define the transition between ancient and modern Chinese art.

China museum chief unveils Rome exhibition
National Art Museum of China director Fan Di'an unveiled a Chinese exhibition in Rome on Wednesday with 100 seminal works that help define the transition between ancient and modern Chinese art.

China museum chief unveils Rome exhibition
National Art Museum of China director Fan Di'an unveiled a Chinese exhibition in Rome on Wednesday with 100 seminal works that help define the transition between ancient and modern Chinese art.



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