The active expansion of Chinese consumer power has inevitably caught the attention of the demand-led art market in Europe. With economic capital sure to change hands, it remains to be seen whether this renaissance in Chinese art will allow the East and West to establish a common ground through shared cultural understanding.
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There is going to be a boom in the numbers of middle-class babies in China, born to educated, travelled parents; what opportunities will this boom offer to those catering for their needs as they grow up?
Gieves & Hawkes No.1 Savile Row Brand Story and VIP Programme
The Chinese story book of the London Book Fair and London Book and Screen Week
China Philharmonic Orchestra making a debut at BBC Proms with a triumph of programming with young pianist Haochen Zhang, and a trumpet concerto Joie éternelle, by the Chinese composer Qigang Chen, co-commissioned by the BBC and KT Wong Foundation.
Invited by James Lavelle, curator of Meltdown Festival 2014 at Southbank, Carnet de Voyage, performance duo Rosey Chan and Mimi Xu, presents a site-specific 3-D visual and musical journey in collaboration with film director Mike Figgis and cutting edge animation maker UAU Studio.
The Chinese art collective X+Q Art, which construct colourful and vivid stories with their arresting sculptural pieces, is showcasing at Paul Smith Melbourne, Australia.
Following Yundi’s successful ‘China Piano Dream’ the classical star pianist is coming back to Europe with a 25 date tour throughout the continent in 2014.
Fascinating stuff – In Spite of It All is a must see exhibition if you want to get under the skin of the modern multi-cultural Arab people.