What Chinese Collectors are really buying
|The Art Newspaper||5/17/2012|
China is the world’s largest art market—even if the figures are disputed (see above). The numbers vary according to whose research you read, but the French site Artprice claims that in 2011, China represented 41.4% of the fine art auction market. The art economist Clare McAndrew, in her latest report (“The International Art Market in 2011”), puts China’s share, taking both auction and dealer sales into account, at 30%, and both sets of figures put China ahead of the US and Europe.
Know these 100 People,An insider list of art insiders
|New York Magazine||4/22/2012|
1. Glenn Lowry (MoMA) 2. Kathy Halbreich (MoMA) 3. Ann Temkin (MoMA) 4. Klaus Biesenbach (MoMA PS1) 5. Peter Eleey (MoMA PS1) 6. Thomas P. Campbell (Metropolitan Museum) 7. Richard Armstrong (Guggenheim director) 8. Nancy Spector (Guggenheim curator) 9. Adam Weinberg (Whitney Museum) 10. Donna De Salvo (Whitney Museum) 11. Scott Rothkopf (Whitney Museum) 12. Lisa Phillips (New Museum) 13. Massimiliano Gioni (New Museum) 14. Thelma Golden (Studio Museum) 15. Stefan Kalmar (Artists Space) 16. Tim Griffin (the Kitchen) 17. RoseLee Goldberg (Performa) 18. Anne Pasternak (Creative Time) 19. Nicholas Baume (Public Art Fund) 20. Yvonne Force Villareal and Doreen Remen (Art Production Fund) 21. Philippe Vergne (Dia) 22. Ed Halter and Thomas Beard (Light Industry) 23. Joel Wachs (Andy Warhol Foundation)