After losing its position as the world's largest wine auction market to the US in 2012, Hong Kong is set to host one of its most high-profile auctions of the year on March 22-23, packed with top-tier Bordeaux and Burgundy as well as rare Californian lots.
The final installment of Jing Daily contributor Grace Rong Li’s exclusive interview with Lars Nittve, executive director of Hong Kong’s highly anticipated M+ Museum.
This past weekend, art lovers, dealers, and collectors from throughout Asia and around the world flocked to Art Stage Singapore, the first international art fair of 2013.
Part two of Jing Daily contributor Grace Rong Li's exclusive interview with Lars Nittve, executive director of Hong Kong’s highly anticipated M+ Museum, which is slated to open in 2017.
2012 proved a more complex and challenging year for auction houses in Hong Kong and mainland China, coming off a stellar 2011 during which the Chinese art market grew to $33.8 billion. But what could 2013 hold in store?