China’s Art Market Is Booming – But Not for Foreigners
By Deborah M. Lehr
As China's auction houses expand abroad, foreign firms are tightly restricted from entering the booming Chinese market.
'Indiana Jane' and the Looted Temples of Koh Ker
By Luke Hunt
Cambodia has begun to see the return of national treasures looted during its Civil War.
More than $16 Million Spent at Christie’s First Art Auction in India
By J.T. Quigley
Auctioneer doubled estimates and set a price record for a work by an Indian artist.
Asian Artists and Collectors Increasingly Shaping Global Trends
From buying art to shaping it, Asia’s artistic footprint is growing.
Indoor Art Watching
Asia’s most expensive high-end artwork is no longer limited to the eyes of the elite.