It's clear that the Chinese buyers and dealers have become an integral part of the global art market in recent years, but is Chinese art present in the market to a similar extent?
This article from NY Times discusses the disparity between the strong presence of Chinese buyers and the relatively low visibility for China's Art.
When conceptualizing this disparity, it is important to consider, "In artistic terms, is China a creator of value in this process, or mostly a receiver of value? And how can Chinese art become more visible around the world, getting into more museums and private galleries?"
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