Posts found in 'Auction'


Christie’s Courts Wealthy Mainland Collectors With Year Of The Horse China Exhibit

The auction giant celebrates the establishment of its Shanghai center with a planned exhibition to honor this year's zodiac animal.

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Taiwan Secondhand Luxury Giant Crosses Strait For First Mainland Auction

China's maturing luxury market and growing middle class mean that a number of big players are moving to cash in on the country's booming secondhand sales.

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Domaine de la Romanée-Conti dominated Christie's recent wine auction as Château Lafite slipped off the top charts. (Christie's)

Château Lafite Slips Off Top Lots List At Christie’s Hong Kong

Once a long-time favorite at auctions, Bordeaux wine Château Lafite failed to make it onto the list of the top 10 lots at Christie's recent Hong Kong wine sale as Burgundy continues to dominate sales.

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Why Blue-Chip Chinese Contemporary Art Is A ‘Bargain’ (For Now)

Prices of top works in Christie's upcoming Hong Kong Asian contemporary art sale lag behind those of comparable Western pieces sold in New York, but a growing Chinese collector base means that values are set to increase in the years to come.

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Zhang Xiaogang For Everyone: Bonhams Sets Sights On New Chinese Collectors In Hong Kong

As Bonhams solidifies its place in Hong Kong's Chinese contemporary art market, its upcoming auction targets mid-range collectors with pieces by artists such as Liu Ye, Zhang Xiaogang, and Yue Minjun.

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