Iain Robertson

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Art market

Christie's leads the way as auction houses expand into China

But the local market is contracting

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Art market

A tour of the Shanghai and Beijing galleries

China’s economy may be faltering, but the Shanghai and Beijing contemporary art markets have expanded significantly since the Asian economic crisis last year

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Interviews

We must salvage what remains of the past: Interview with Johnson Chang

The guru of avant-garde Chinese art in the Eighties and early Nineties talks now of a return to tradition

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Art market

Who are the biggest collectors of Chinese art in Taiwan?

Top Taiwanese dealer Jeff C.F. Hsu gives an exceptionally detailed analysis with names of leading figures in the market and where to find what kind of art

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Art market

Providing a service to forty-five museums: Entwhistle & Co. brokers the sale of modern and contemporary work in Japan

The pioneering company find that patience is the key to success in Japan

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Art market

Shanghai is taking to meishu, for the first time an art scene is emerging in China’s most commercial city

With the Shanghai Museum expanding this month, a modern art museum planned for two years hence and a dozen serious commercial galleries likely in 1997

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Chinese art is finally brought to the Western world's attention

Johnson Chang is promoting the avant-garde

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Museums

Taiwan round-up: Belgian Expressionists, Warhol and a new museum in Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts opens a year ahead of schedule