Monday, March 4, 2024


Posts Tagged ‘china’

Contemporary art’s undercurrent of repression

How Long Does Copyright Protection Last…In China?

Ai Weiwei’s Attorney Arrested for “Subversion,” Sentenced to 7 Years

Fans Who Risk Death for the Art of Heavy Metal

The Lucrative World of Chinese “Masterpieces”

Some Knoedler Fakes Still Out There

Forgeries and the Chinese Art Market


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