Author Archives: Barbara Pollack

Market News

As Protests Grip Hong Kong, Art Industry Watches and Waits, Nervously

Market News

Rebecca Wei, Expert on Chinese Market, Quits Christie’s After Eight Months as Chairman for Asia

Market News

Pace Gallery Closes Beijing Branch—Arne Glimcher: ‘It’s Impossible to Do Business in Mainland China Right Now’


‘Freedom of Speech Is the Most Important Thing’: Fighting Hong Kong Extradition Legislation, Artists Organize and Art Spaces Shutter

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Exhibiting Change: When Some of the Best-Attended Exhibitions in Museums Are Protests, Where Do Institutions Go from Here?

Artists Features

Speaking in Code: Artists from Thailand Find International Reach


‘Not Many People Saw the Work’: Members of 1970s Japanese Avant-Garde Collective GUN on Painting a Snow-Covered Riverbed and Sending Stones to Nixon



Features The Top 200 Collectors

Wool Gathering: Janine and J. Tomilson Hill’s Dreams for Their Exemplary Collection Overlooking the High Line


Ai Weiwei Takes Over Los Angeles


‘Beijing Is Not a Static Place’: A Report from the Chinese Capital’s Gallery Weekend

Collector's Corner The Top 200 Collectors

‘It’s Time for Us to Build’: Collector and Business Magnate Adrian Cheng on His Ambitious Art and Real-Estate Plans

Art Basel Hong Kong 2018 Market News

$35 M. de Kooning Leads Day of Robust Sales at Action-Packed Art Basel Hong Kong Opening