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【2017/10/18 20:13 】 |
ART IN PUTINLAND (Studies in World Art B
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ART IN PUTINLAND (Studies in World Art Book 111) (English Edition)
Maybe it’s time for attention to turn back to the Russians. In the 1980s, as some of us still remember, so called perestroika art was pretty big in the West, with enthusiasm from leading Western curators and critics, and some support from the big international auction rooms. In fact, the pattern was pretty much the same as what happened with contemporary Chinese art just a little later on. The fact is, however, that Chinese art has continued to hold its place in the Western market, and the leading names now make reliably high prices in major contemporary auctions, no matter where the sale takes place. This has not been the case with the Russian equivalent.

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