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Huaicun's World Blossom--Solo Exhibition. Jun 1, 2022 186
"A Geography of Resistance": TAIKANG SPACE. Zhang, Qing Apr 1, 2020 626
Collectors' Focus Chinese scholars' objects. Crichton-Miller, Emma Feb 1, 2020 1280
Dressed to empress: An unprecedented show of art associated with China's Qing empresses is a revelation. Nicholson, Louise Nov 1, 2018 1217
'Whatever we do, it's important that we think about children'. Maries, Thomas Interview Mar 1, 2018 1209
"A Chemical Love Story": TANG CONTEMPORARY ART. Lietti, Manuela Nov 1, 2017 699
THE CHINA COLLECTORS: The British Museum's holdings of Chinese art provide a fascinating record of how British collectors have engaged with China--and their redisplay suggests how far that relationship has evolved. Pierson, Stacey Nov 1, 2017 2591
"Art and China After 1989: Theater of the World". Kee, Joan Brief article Sep 1, 2017 183
The Forbidden City in the Rain 1972/2015. Barnstone, Willis Poem Jun 22, 2017 352
"Salon, Salon": Inside-Out Art Museum. Dongdong, Sun Jun 22, 2017 648
TAO AIMIN'S INSTALLATION ART: NARRATING WOMEN'S HISTORY BY THEIR OWN "LANGUAGE". Tan, Simeng Mar 22, 2017 3819
'It's a new frontier for studying the collection': Rufus Bird celebrates the latest catalogue of the Royal Collection. Bird, Rufus Nov 1, 2016 1010
In praise of Jade. Lin, James C.S. Nov 1, 2016 2858
"An Exhibition About Exhibitions": OCAT Institute. Yu, Mia Oct 1, 2016 662
MAY SUN: SITE, METAPHOR AND EXCAVATED HISTORIES. Stein, Donna Critical essay Sep 22, 2016 5372
M+ Sigg collection: Four Decades of Chinese Contemporary Art": Artistree, Hong Kong. Tinari, Philip Jun 22, 2016 1818
A Curious Sense Development. Hellen, Kathleen Poem Jun 22, 2016 143
"A Hundred Years of Shame": Para Site. Bailey, Stephanie Jun 22, 2015 611
Double Vision: The Culture China--Overseas Chinese Women's Invitational Exhibition. Wangwright, Amanda S. Jan 1, 2015 1920
Golden years: this display of beautiful objects reveals much about Ming dynasty culture. Prodger, Michael Nov 1, 2014 981
Object relations: Selma Schwartz applauds a survey of 18th-century cultural exchange between France and China. Schwartz, Selma Jul 1, 2014 1088
Ceramics in a Fuller View of China, Japan and Korea. Kangas, matthew Jun 1, 2014 1345
From the archives. O'Byrne, Robert Jun 1, 2014 808
Diary. Smith, Karen Column May 1, 2014 728
Ai Weiwei according to what?, Mami Kataoka, Kerry Kataoka, Charles Merewether (Prestel Verlag, 2012). Lindquist, Greg; Mattingly, Mary Feb 1, 2013 1614
Monumental memories Xu Weixin's Chinese historical figures, 1966-1976. Donald, Stephanie Hemelryk Critical essay Sep 22, 2012 8501
The art market: New York celebrates Asian art this month, with a wealth of museum-quality items. Prices for contemporary and modern work remained strong in London over the summer, while Masterpiece, in only its third year, reported brisk sales. Moore, Susan Sep 1, 2012 1101
From the archives: Chinoiserie, so beloved of the French in the 18th century, was a mere fad for the exotic, wrote Anita Brookner in November 1957. As the Chinese economy booms, will its 21st-century cultural exports enjoy any more longevity in the West? O'Byrne, Robert Column Nov 1, 2011 775
Made in China: Judith Neilson and her husband Kerr founded the White Rabbit Gallery in Sydney, which displays Chinese art produced after the year 2000. She spoke to Apollo about why she wanted to share her collection. Humphries, Oscar Interview Nov 1, 2011 1777
Around the galleries: the theme is red at Carre Rive Gauche in Paris, and the colour brightens an array of art in gallery windows across the 7th arrondissement. In early June, antiquities and oriental works take centre stage at a trio of fairs in Brussels. Kent, Monique May 1, 2011 929
Marco Polo and the great Khan's world. Stern, Fred Jan 1, 2011 1308
Editors' note. Hsiao, Li-ling; Ross, David A. Column Jan 1, 2011 971
Modernity in agony: contemporaneity, landscape, and the representation of modern life in Colonial Taiwanese Art. Pai, Andrew Shih-ming Essay Jan 1, 2011 10530
The art market: archaic Chinese bronzes and late-20th-century masterpieces are on offer in September, while dune saw a spectacular Modigliani sale and a spate of new and rebranded London art fairs. Moore, Susan Sep 1, 2010 1952
Zhang Enli: Kunsthalle Bern. Reust, Hans Rudolf Oct 1, 2009 551
Mahjong. Szupinska, Joanna Sep 22, 2009 720
Homage by an emperor: a Yung-lo embroidery Thangka: Amy Heller unveils an extraordinary, unknown 15th-century Chinese Buddhist silk embroidery, made as a gift from the Yung-lo Emperor to the Tibetan lama who was his personal teacher and mentor. Heller, Amy Nov 1, 2008 4366
Echoes of the orient: Philippa Glanville visits Brighton for the first exhibition in over 70 years to chart Britain's fascination with Chinese art and design. Glanville, Philippa Oct 1, 2008 994
Market review: there is no sign of any loss of confidence in the contemporary art market, but away from the headline-grabbing sales, classic Chinese art performed strongly. Jul 1, 2008 1193
Banqueting with the ancestors. Rawson, Jessica May 1, 2008 700
Made in China: Guy and Myriam Ullens are the creators of the Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art in Beijing. It will draw on their great private collection in Geneva, which Mr Ullens showed to Louise Nicholson. Nicholson, Louise Cover story May 1, 2008 1677
Offerings from the bronze age: Jessica Rawson introduces highlights from Sir Peter Moores' remarkable collection of ancient Chinese bronzes at Compton Verney, and explains how our knowledge of these ritual vessels is being transformed by archaeological discoveries. Rawson, Jessica May 1, 2008 2011
"Six 21st Century Chinese Neo-Pop Artists". Frank, Peter Mar 22, 2008 823
An opening 'Farewell': Chinese opera kicking off U.S. tour. Coonan, Clifford Brief article Jan 14, 2008 318
Market review: contemporary Chinese art fetched record prices in New York's Asia week, but collectors of traditional art were more cautious--or more discriminating? Nov 1, 2007 956
"The Real Thing: Contemporary Art from China"; Tate Liverpool, UK. Tinari, Philip Sep 1, 2007 2266
A kind of true living: Philip Tinari on the art of Ai Weiwei. Tinari, Philip Jun 22, 2007 4306
Found in translation the Chinese House at Stowe: the Chinese House in the garden at Stowe, Buckinghamshire, is decorated with enchanting paintings inspired by Chinese art. Emile de Bruijn recounts the building's strangely itinerant history, traces the sources of its decoration, and places it in the context of the mania for chinoiserie in Regency England. de Bruijn, Emile Jun 1, 2007 3917
What is Chinese American art? Johnson, Mark; Lo, Ch'ingche; Wong, Jade Snow Discussion Jan 1, 2007 2072
Beauty in pursuit of pleasure: 19th-century Chinese export watercolours on pith depict a variety of idealised, attractive women. Ifan Williams traces the sources for these popular images, which appealed to western audiences as representations of the sophistication and exoticism of Chinese civilisation. Williams, Ifan Nov 1, 2006 2735
ATMS TCM Cupping workshop in Hobart. Pearson, Bill Brief article Sep 1, 2006 307
Curators' Choice: China combines contemporary art with history. Brief article Sep 1, 2006 171
"The Wall: Reshaping Contemporary Chinese Art"; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo University at Buffalo Anderson Gallery University at Buffalo Art Gallery. Meyer, James Apr 1, 2006 1803
Short trip to China. Gleason, Megan MacKenzie Sep 1, 2005 590
Treasures of China at Sackler Gallery. Shaw-Eagle, Joanna Feb 1, 2005 839
My kingdom for a horse. King, Judith Oct 1, 2004 1023
The new art of China. Sep 22, 2004 675
Priceless treasures leave Forbidden City for Chicago. Brief Article Mar 1, 2004 316
7000 years of Chinese jade from the collection of Sir Joseph Hotung. Michaelson, Carol; Sax, Margaret Nov 1, 2003 4310
Contemporary Chinese art finds a place in art history: rapid political and socioeconomic changes have engendered a burgeoning worldwide market for work from Chinese artists. Mehta, Julie Nov 1, 2003 1904
Chen Zhen. Colard, Jean-Max Brief Article Sep 1, 2003 136
Intimacy and painting in Ming China. Clunas, Craig Aug 1, 2002 3985
Treasures of the Silk Road: during a period of disunity in China's history, new religious, ethnic, and commercial influences transformed its culture. (Museum Today). Finlay, John R. Mar 1, 2002 1492
LADIES PREPARING NEWLY WOVEN SILK. Albano, Maureen Mar 1, 2001 1150
Mackay collection to be exhibited in Taiwan. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 158
Art of Caligraphy Examined in Big Apple. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 350
Seeking harmony: reviving traditional arts in China. Conte, Jeanne Jun 1, 1998 589
Ancient Chinese aesthetics and its modernity. Arnheim, Rudolf Apr 1, 1997 1168
Imperial Tombs of China. Jul 1, 1995 1252
Use of colour in China. Yau, Victoria Apr 1, 1994 4870
London's new Eastern promise. Aug 1, 1993 566
Ming and Qing paintings. Danto, Arthur Coleman Oct 23, 1989 3188

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