Chinese Contemporary Art and Its Place in the Global Market, Panel Discussion at the Peabody Essex Museum
March 29, 2009
The price and availability of contemporary Chinese art has skyrocketed in the last 10 years. Does the market reflect China's growth as a global economic powerhouse? Does the popularity of contemporary Chinese art signify its acceptance? Panelists are Melissa Chiu, museum director of the Asia Society in New York City; András Szántó, art critic and Senior Fellow at the Center for Arts and Culture in Virginia; and Robert Storr, dean of Yale Art School. Moderator is Trevor Smith, PEM curator of contemporary art. Reservations by March 27.
Lecture included in general museum admission.