• We Are Moving to Serve You Better

    10 Jul 2017

    We are pleased to announced that YANG GALLERY • Singapore will be relocating to our new address from 16th July 2017 onwards: The Shopping Gallery Hilton, #01-11, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883 For more information please contact us anytime: / +65 6721 8888 Welcome to YANG GALLERY, where Art meets Fashion, Luxury, Investment & […]

  • Cosmetic Giant DABAO Product Launch Conference at YANG GALLERY • Beijing 798

    05 Jul 2017

    YANG GALLERY • Beijing 798 is pleased to partner Johnson & Johnson (China) Investment Co. Ltd to host the product launch conference of Chinese cosmetic giant, Dabao, under the group. Beijing Dabao Cosmetics Co., Ltd. was founded in 1985 and is based in Beijing, China. The company develops, produces, sells, and exports herbal cosmetic products […]

  • Art is the Most Profitable Alternative Investment

    04 Jul 2017

    In the past two centuries, many successful enterprises & power figures in the world are relating themselves with Art. Among them are famous families such as the Rockefeller family, the Ross Charles family; luxury groups and big corporations such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, MontBlanc, LVMH, Gucci, Prada, Swatch, Martell, Hugo Boss, Cartier, LVMH, IBM, Samsung. A […]

  • The Most Expensive Artworks in the World

    01 Jul 2017

    There’s a booming art market that’s defying political and economic downturns for the past 10 years globally. In a generally unstable economic context in recent years, the Art Market has shown remarkable stability and resilience. Let us take a look at some of the most expensive artworks ever sold. $250 million. The Card Players by […]

  • Hansel & Gretel: Ai Weiwei’s Monumental Art Installation at the Park Avenue Armory

    24 Jun 2017

    At Hansel & Gretel, an interactive installation about modern surveillance by Ai Weiwei, Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, selfies are part of the experience. A collaboration several years in the making, this immersive, super-high-tech installation in two parts reunites Ai Weiwei, the Chinese artist-activist-dissident, with Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, the Swiss architects […]

  • ‘Shen Jingdong Story’: Shen Jingdong Solo Exhibition 2017 at Yanshan University Museum

    21 Jun 2017

    A Dual Reflection on the Intellectuals – Shen Jingdong and His Works Text / Jiang Ming As a well known contemporary artist, Shen Jingdong created a unique image style I named the “Post Pop”. But more of our research should be the background, meaning, schema aesthetic value of his works and the humanistic reflection as […]

  • YANG GALLERY X LPS Beijing Property Show 2017 Crossover Opening Event

    17 Jun 2017

    YANG GALLERY is proud to collaborate with the LPS Beijing Property Show for the sixth consecutive year. YANG GALLERY featured eye-catching collections by established artists Chen Wenling, Tamen, Luo Brothers, Chen Jinqing, Hua Qing at the deluxe opening cocktail on 16th of June 2017 at the prestigious 5-star Sofitel Wanda Beijing, in the heart of […]

  • 5 Interesting Facts About Yayoi Kusama

    14 Jun 2017

    1. Pumpkins were a major part of Yayoi Kusama’s diet during World War II As a child during that tumultuous period, Kusama’s family relied on pumpkins to feed them, having grown fields of pumpkins in their nursery. Representing comfort and security to the artist, their “solid spiritual balance” appeal to her. The 88-year-old has since […]

  • Art Hotels Around the World

    05 Jun 2017

    In today’s world where the Arts and Culture sector is receiving rapidly growing awareness, a luxury hotel can no longer be defined by traditional dictates of spiffy service and quality linen – the value of artwork in its treasure chest and how well they are displayed are also important. Let us take a look at […]

  • New Record for Christie’s Hong Kong Spring Auctions 2017

    04 Jun 2017

    From 26 to 31 May 2017 Christie’s Hong Kong held its Week Spring Auctions, including four auctions of Asian contemporary art, Asian 20th century art and Chinese contemporary ink. Christie’s Art and Contemporaries: Voices from East and West sale was a feature of the spring week sales and attained a total of HKD543,380,000 (USD70,071,430) in […]

  • Fine Art, the Global Investment

    02 Jun 2017

    It’s a fact that Fine Art as an investment class has outperformed the S&P 500 every year for the last 10 years. In fact, 64% of private banks say that estate planning around art is a strategic focus for them. People invest in Oil & Gas and lots of other things, so why not art? […]

  • Ai Weiwei: ‘Trace’ at Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden 2017

    30 May 2017

    One of China’s most provocative living artists, Ai Weiwei (b. Beijing, 1957) has spent nearly four decades exploring the relationships between art, society, and individual experience. His work, as prolific as it is eclectic, encompasses a wide range of media, including sculpture, installation, photography, film, painting, and architecture. Ai Weiwei began seeking to incite change […]

  • Yayoi Kusama: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow at the National Gallery of Singapore

    30 May 2017

    Yayoi Kusama (born Japan 1929) is one of the world’s most influential artists, and has played a crucial role in the development of art in the 20th and 21st centuries. YAYOI KUSAMA: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow is the first major survey of her work in Southeast Asia, and will focus on the […]

  • Pan Dehai: There is a ‘Fat Man’ Expanded by Dreams Living Inside Us All

    27 May 2017

    Pan Dehai is one in the trio of artists known as “Three Swordsman”, three of the most influential Chinese Contemporary Artists highly sought after in the world. The other two in this group are Zhang Xiaogang who created the globally renowned “Bloodline Series” and Mao Xuhui, who are achieving over HK$20 million continuously a piece […]

  • National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts Graduation Exhibition at YANG GALLERY • Beijing 798

    26 May 2017

    The 2017 Graduation Exhibition of National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts will be held with great anticipation at YANG GALLERY • Beijing 798 from 27th – 30th May 2017.

  • The Contemporary Art Market Report 2016

    20 May 2017

    The severe economic and financial crisis that has engulfed the entire planet since 2007, with almost ubiquitous negative interest rates as its most recent expression, has made the art market look like an oasis in the desert. Yes… it has shown signs of correction over the past year, but this was both necessary and foreseeable […]

  • Sotheby’s shares soar after record $110.5 million painting sale

    20 May 2017

    It only took 10 minutes for a 1982 painting, featuring a black skull on top of a colorful background, to soar to a record-breaking price at Sotheby’s New York auction house on Thursday, 18th May 2017. ‘Jean-Michel Basquiat completed Untitled in 1982 at a time when he was virtually unknown to the art world. Exhibited […]

  • A Conversation with Qin Feng: Portraits & Desires in Ink

    19 May 2017

    Merging an ink-and-wash and calligraphic style with a western abstract aesthetic, established Chinese contemporary artist Qin Feng re-interprets the age-old medium of ink painting infusing it with a new life and colour. Qin Feng’s (b. 1961) art blends Eastern and Western qualities. His works follow the traditional Chinese manner of brushing black ink onto paper […]

  • LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault to Open New $166 Million Museum in Paris

    15 May 2017

    French luxury goods billionaire Bernard Arnault will open a new museum close to his ‘Foundation Louis Vuitton’ in Paris, which opened in 2014. The collector enlisted Frank Gehry to revamp the building that formerly housed the Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions. In a presentation attended by French President François Hollande, culture minister Audrey Azoulay, […]

  • Ren Zhe: Sculptures Are My Spiritual Capsule

    13 May 2017

    “Calligraphy is the most representational of the oriental spirit. Just like what the ancients say, ‘A person is reflected through his writing’. Through calligraphy, we can see the aesthetic structure and stroke severity, but also a person’s character. Oriental culture focus on the ‘spirit’, and this charm is reflected in my works.’ – Renowned Chinese contemporary […]