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The growing global market for the Art of PR

The growing global market for the Art of PR

The global art market going East and West bipolar introduces an opportunity to establish and reinforce a dialogue related to a contemporary paradigm of public relations By Jiamin Ren Ma Weidu, a major collector who picked up some pieces in exchange for cigarettes after the Cultural Revolution devalued art. A hybrid...

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The growing global market for the Art of PR

The growing global market for the Art of PR

The global art market going East and West bipolar introduces an opportunity to establish...


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