Beijing Poly International Auction: Decorative Art and Design

On May 31, 2012 by Design China

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Over the next few days, Bei­jing Poly Inter­na­tional Auc­tion is pre­sent­ing Dec­o­ra­tive Art and Design at Agri­cul­tural Exhi­bi­tion Cen­ter, Bei­jing — most prob­a­bly, the first design auc­tion in China. Works incor­po­rat­ing artis­tic value with func­tion­al­ity have mainly been selected; designs from 17 lead­ing Chi­nese cre­atives such as Song Tao, Shao Fan, Zhang Yonghe, Guang Yu and Xie Dong join land­mark fig­ures like Le Cor­busier, Sal­vador Dali, Masayuki Kurokawa and Zaha Hadid. This event is a col­lab­o­ra­tive effort involv­ing O Gallery, a design studio/gallery founded by Song Tao. Event details.

Syn­di­cated from http://www.design-china.org/

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