China’s largest private museum opens in Shanghai

Visitors turn out to see second branch of the Long Museum, founded by Liu Yiqian and Wang Wei, in the Xuhui Riverside development

Published online: 31 March 2014

Poly Culture moves to reassure shareholders

Chinese auction house addresses concerns over non-payment, forgeries and army links

Published online: 27 March 2014

Visitor figures 2013: Taipei takes top spot with loans from China

Salvador Dalí reigns supreme in Europe, The Art Newspaper's annual survey confirms

Published online: 24 March 2014

Tefaf special report: a test of the potential for growth of China

Will the increasing number of collectors in China start to acquire more non-Chinese art?

Published online: 13 March 2014

Ancient Buddhist caves in China could ‘turn to sand’

Sites containing third-century wall paintings face destruction from natural forces

Published online: 25 February 2014

Where is China’s hidden art money?

A study reveals troubling import/export anomalies between China and the US

Published online: 04 February 2014

Soft opening for Yuz Museum in Shanghai

The Chinese-Indonesian collector Budi Tek reveals his new space, but first exhibition to be held in May

Published online: 09 January 2014

Chinese archaeologists rescue remnants of ancient mountain tombs

Cliff burials may be around 2,000 years old

Published online: 02 January 2014

Sotheby's first auction in China

Results show a taste for realist works—and tax breaks

Published online: 04 December 2013

The world’s most visible invisible artist

Ai Weiwei can't travel, but his art and message can

Published online: 04 December 2013

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