Panelists and presenters at the artnet/CAA summit “The Chinese Art Market – Present and Future,” in New York on March 13. (artnet)

Why The Future Holds ‘Unmatched Potential’ For China’s Gigantic Auction Market

In an interview with Jing Daily, artnet News Editor in Chief Benjamin Genocchio discusses why the gl...
Personal best: Jia Aili's 2006 triptych, February Talk-Past (Bed) -- large detail shown here -- earned the highest price to date for the emerging artist at Sotheby's March 2013 Hong Kong auction. Hammer price including buyer's premium hit a soaring HK$ 5,800,000 (doubling the original estimate of HK$ 2.8 to 3.5 million).

Confidence In Contemporary Chinese Art On The Rise

A recently-published report reveals that that confidence Chinese contemporary art has increased by 1...
China Guardian held an additional sourcing event in the US last month (Image: Forbes)

Chinese Auction Houses Undercutting International Rivals In Hong Kong

Mainland Chinese auction houses are hoping to compete with international rivals like Sotheby's and C...
China Guardian's first Hong Kong auction doubled pre-sale estimates last fall

Five Predictions For The Chinese Art Market In 2013

2012 proved a more complex and challenging year for auction houses in Hong Kong and mainland China, ...
A woman looks at a painting entitled 'Tiger' by famed Chinese artist Qi Baishi in Hong Kong in 2010

Chinese Collectors Keep Pushing Top-Tier Art Prices Through The Roof

This week, canonized Chinese artist/painter Qi Baishi’s Ode to the Motherland fetched a whopping 7...
China Guardian held an additional sourcing event in the US last month (Image: Forbes)

Chinese Auction Houses Fight For Credibility

Though China's domestic art and antique auction market is now the world's largest, the home-grown au...