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China explores restricting social media algorithms to promote ‘culture and art reviews’

China is looking at how it can limit the role of algorithms in content distribution to align online content with the state’s agenda in order to shape the country’s minds and mainstream views.

The Central Propaganda Department of the Communist Party, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the State Administration of Radio and Television, and the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles and Chinese Writers Association, the country’s state propaganda organs, are calling for better “culture and art reviews” in China.

They will be introducing new policy guidelines, of which the full text will be published in the coming

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In Washington DC, Black-owned art galleries redefine spaces of belonging in a changing city

Skylar Mitchell

Over the course of the last century, Washington, DC has positioned itself as a leader in arts and culture. The nation’s capital is home to a network of several dozen museums and galleries, including more than 20 devoted primarily to exhibiting visual art. Only a handful of galleries are Black-owned.

Mehari Sequar, owner of the eponymous gallery in Northeast Washington, DC, operates one of the few galleries in the city that focuses on highlighting the many layers of Black life. In partnership with head curator Chioma Agbaraji, Sequar is dedicated to “articulating global narratives by examining

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The Growth Trajectory Of The Global Online Art Market

According to Statista, global online art sales increased by 4% from 2018 to 2019 to approximately $4.82 billion. Estimates point that it will nearly double to $9.32 billion by 2024, as the pandemic has had a huge impact on the online art market.

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In this mouthwatering outlook, how much has the ensuing e-commerce impacted the online art market?

The Future of the Online Art Market

In the global online art market, buyers and sellers trade works of art via the internet. This includes antiques, digital artworks, and collectibles that are usually related

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Hunter Biden’s art dealer said he wanted to be the ‘lead guy in China’ in 2015

The art dealer representing the president’s son has longstanding ties to China and said in 2015 that he wanted to be the art world’s “lead guy in China.”

Georges Berges, who is representing Hunter Biden as he ventures into the art world, has talked about his business dealings in China in the past, but his reported ties could pose an ethics issue as he sells Biden’s art to anonymous buyers.

A representative for Berges previously told Fox News that the sales of Biden’s art will be kept “confidential.” The White House has said they have an ethics plan in place

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