Chinese art collectors’ ‘revenge buying’ makes Shanghai fairs worth the trip for galleries, and parties light up the night

//Chinese art collectors’ ‘revenge buying’ makes Shanghai fairs worth the trip for galleries, and parties light up the night

Chinese art collectors’ ‘revenge buying’ makes Shanghai fairs worth the trip for galleries, and parties light up the night

Shanghai was the world’s party capital last week. Art galleries, auction houses and luxury brands pulled out the stops to put collectors and patrons in a celebratory mood during the first major art fair week held offline since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.There was a brief moment of nervousness when the wealthy Chinese city reported its first case of coronavirus in five months right before the start of art week on November 11, but that did not dampen visitors’ enthusiasm as they…

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