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Yu Ke Dong

Ke Dong is a seasoned art writer and current double major in English Literature and Art History at NTU. Having worked with esteemed art institutions in Singapore, Ke Dong now regularly contributes his keen research skills, adept writing abilities and passion for art to the Art Works discourse.


News Written By Yu Ke Dong

Singapore's Art Market: From Local to Global
Art Market News, Editorial

Singapore's Art Market: From Local to Global

Singapore has steadily emerged as an epicentre for the global art market, drawing the attention of art aficionados, collectors, and investors from every corner...


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Chinese Contemporary Art Since 1976: A Brief Overview
Editorial

Chinese Contemporary Art Since 1976: A Brief Overview

China's modern art scene is a remarkably complex development that only began after the end of the Cultural Revolution in 1976, yet has since exploded into a...


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Art Basel 2023 Insights: What You Need to Know
Art Market News, Editorial

Art Basel 2023 Insights: What You Need to Know

On an average Thursday afternoon, approximately 80,000 art enthusiasts, collectors and investors flooded the Swiss town of Messe Basel, transforming the...


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The Most Expensive Painting Ever Auctioned in Europe
Art Market News, Editorial

The Most Expensive Painting Ever Auctioned in Europe

Last week, Gustav Klimt's Lady With a Fan (1917-1918) was sold at Sotheby's for GBP 85.3 million or USD 108.4 million, becoming the most expensive artwork to...


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An Introduction to Printmaking
Editorial

An Introduction to Printmaking

Printmaking is and has always been a crucial aspect of art. Due to its capacity for mass production, art prints allow ordinary people to access works of art outside...


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7 Important Printmakers in History
Editorial

7 Important Printmakers in History

The printmaking medium is typically not perceived as a fine art form in and of itself, but printmakers have had their own defined traditions and exerted a significant...


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This Week in the Art Market – Friday 15th September
Art Market News, Editorial

This Week in the Art Market – Friday 15th September

From the lifting of a 30-year photography ban on Picasso's 'Guernica' to record-breaking sales at...


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This Week in the Art Market - Friday 8th September
Art Investment, Art Market News, Editorial

This Week in the Art Market - Friday 8th September

Artsy's annual report, Art Collector Insights 2023, paints a complex yet optimistic picture of current art collecting trends based on responses from over...


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