The Booming Chinese Art Market and its Issues - On Demand
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January 25, 2022 | 1:00 -
On Demand Webinar

As an appraiser and scholar of East Asian arts, 
Patricia J Graham Ph.D., AAA will 
discuss the 
most important issues affecting the global trade of art
from China and what to consider when appraising it.

The following will be discussed:

1) History of Chinese art auctions and
the current dominance of buyers from China

2)  Evaluation of sales data from Chinese owned auction houses.

3)  Provenance

4)  Forgeries

5)  Prohibition on sales of endangered species materials

6) Trade restrictions implemented in 2019

The types of Chinese arts and market levels that appraisers 
commonly encounter.

1 CE Credit

$20 Members
$25  General Admission

This is a recording of a previously held live webinar.
Recordings expire after 30 days.

Register online (at the top of this page).

Email confirmations will be sent upon receipt of payment;
registration accepted only with payment. 


No refunds. 

Terms of Registration
By registering for this lecture you acknowledge that the content of this program will be captured in digital format and may be used for both archival and promotional purposes. Submission of your registration authorizes The Appraisers Association of America, its contractors and sponsors permission to use your voice and/or image in any such archival or promotional recording, photograph or streaming activity and to contact you by mail or e-mail.

Patricia Graham, Ph.D., AAA, a former professor and museum curator, received her Ph.D. in Japanese art from the University of Kansas. She is a consultant and AAA-certified appraiser of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean arts and also pursues scholarly research and writing as an adjunct research associate at the University of Kansas Center for East Asian Studies and an affiliate of the Art History Department at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her extensive scholarly writings focus on Japanese arts and design, cultural interchanges between China and Japan, and the collecting of Chinese arts in Japan. 

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