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May 2015

Cover news: Ceramics Sustain High Note in Hong Kong Spring Sales

Profile: the photographer Tomoko Sawada. Empress Eugenie and the Yuanming Yuan porcelains in Fontainebleau. The Language of Xu Bing at LACMA in Los Angeles. Yixing zisha pottery. Our annual guide to the events and gallery shows during Asian Art in Brussels in June. Infinite Geometry, Infinite Possibilities, the art of Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian at the Guggenheim in New York. The history of Chinese collectors and their collections in Hong Kong. China: Through the Looking Glass, the Chinese influence on fashion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. New York Asia Week auction reviews. Fair and gallery shows. Listings. Islamic Arts Diary.

A Unique Legacy: Hong Kong’s Chinese Antiquities Collections
IN A 1984 4 catalogue of the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware in Hong Kong, Dr Lo Kwee-seong – a prominent businessman who founded the Vitasoy beverage empire – recollected fondly of the...
China: Through The Looking Glass
CHINA HAS BEEN fuelling the fashionable imagination for centuries. Ever since the Silk route opened up trade between China and the Roman Empire almost two thousand years ago and began transporting pre...
Tomoko Sawada
  THE PHOTOGRAPHER Tomoko Sawada (b. 1977 in Kobe, Japan) has been part of the international art world for almost 20 years, exploring the concepts of personality and identity. Relying on her own...
Xu Bing
XU BING IS one of China’s most influential living artists. For more than 25 years his works have been challenging, probing and teaching a diverse global audience. In this time he has developed a...
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