• Chinese Art Collectors Converge In Beijing At Global Collecting Forum

    Although the last few years have seen the rapid rise of the New Chinese Collector of contemporary Chinese art, the relatively late arrival of Chinese collectors means that the vast majority of major works of contemporary Chinese art remain in the collections of Western art collectors (such as the former Swiss diplomat-turned-prolific collector Uli Sigg, who owns around 2,000 pieces) or Western art museums and galleries. Read More
  • Sotheby’s Autumn Auction 2009: Top 10 Lots To Watch

    As we reported recently, the Sotheby's autumn auction of Asian art -- which highlights important contemporary Chinese pieces -- will take place in Hong Kong on October 6. With combined estimates at over $12 Million US (HK $98 Million), this sale is expected to be one of the year's biggest and most-watched auctions. Read More