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Friday 25 Jul 2014
As Art Basel Hong Kong opens, will the art fair have the same effect that it has had on Miami?
Experts tell us what impact the record-breaking auction could have on Art Basel Hong Kong?
Thirteen collectors and artists donate 280 works to the museum
International galleries hope to broaden collectors’ taste in art
The project to transform a former Hong Kong police station into a cultural hub has a new vision for its contemporary art programme
Two art world insiders give their tips on the best exhibitions, places to relax and why art fairs are important
The young Chinese artist on M+, Hong Kong’s fledgling museum
The whole of China is a potential ready-made for the controversial artist
Straight from the studio
Without access to the huge industrial work spaces of the mainland, Hong Kong artists are rejecting the very idea of the studio-as-symbol
Why the biggest names on the contemporary Chinese scene were happy to reveal themselves to Thomas Fuesser
China’s public museums have grown by 1,000%—leaving their collections and staff development lagging behind
A guide for collectors with questions about insurance, conservation, transport and China’s tax system
A huge disparity in sale prices at home and on the international market is only partly explained by higher mark-ups in the US and the UK
A musical tribute to the Mexican artist who died 60 years ago, excerpt courtesy of The History Channel Español
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