Chinese contemporary art

In the frame

Coco Fusco’s Tin Man Trump travels to China amidst trade war

Ai Weiwei

Collector Christopher Tsai wants to open first Ai Weiwei museum

The proposed museum would probably be in New York

Art market

What Chinese collectors are really buying

While ancient art and ceramics remain popular, Contemporary Chinese art is taking off at home, and buyers outside the mainland are slowly looking toward Western art


Some of the leading contemporary art collectors of China

While the stereotype of Chinese collectors includes a focus on traditional and historical Chinese art, these collectors buck the trend


MoMA and Asian Art Archive explore the evolution of Chinese contemporary art

Many key documents now translated


Shenzhen-Hong Kong Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture: Two cities grin and bear it for one uneasy biennale

Interesting work, relaxed censorship and sheer scale belie tensions in joint Hong Kong-Shenzhen project

Huang Yong Ping

“I always insist that the artist must be given carte blanche”: Interview with Huang Yong Ping

The artist discusses his work, politics, censorship, “fake art” and the Beijing Olympics

Ullens Center for Contemporary Art

First Ullens show is not representative of its subject matter

A letter to the editor

November 2007

Mortgage crisis and resulting stock market plunge be damned—the party isn’t over yet

In 2007 we noted that strong sales at auction and fairs and more money coming from Russia, Indian and Chinese collectors indicated that confidence in art remained strong