--Ever wonder how Cai Guo-Qiang actually does his Gunpowder Drawings. In the fair video gallery, Art21 has a short video showing the whole process with the artist and it’s really amazing.
--The video on the Yang Bin Collection is very interesting. What a collection! He certainly has a very keen eye. He has a storage system to display painting that will have many collectors drooling over.
As for actual sales, organizers had always said this wasn’t the main point of the exercise, still galleries that had paid to show their wares might still hope for some. So far, various press reports hint that there has been only few actual sales. James Cohan reportedly sold Fred Tomaselli‘s 2010 “Study for Night Music for Raptors” for $200,000, David Zwirner sold Chris Ofili‘s polished 2006 bronze “Mary Magdalene (Infinity)” for $375,000 to an American collector, Gallery Hyundai sold an Ai Wei Wei .