Zeng Fanzhi’s controversial The Last Supper set a world auction record for a work by a living Chinese artist at Sotheby's in Hong Kong last week, making HK$180.44m/US$23.13 m. Zeng Fanzhi’s controversial The Last Supper set a world auction record for a work by a living Chinese artist at Sotheby's in Hong Kong last week, making HK$180.44m/US$23.13 m.
Zeng Fanzhi’s controversial The Last Supper set a world auction record for a work by a living Chinese artist at Sotheby's in Hong Kong last week, making HK$180.44m/US$23.13 m.
Anna Healy Fenton
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Art auctions – Chinese collectors buying their past

Zeng Fanzhi’s controversial The Last Supper set a world auction record for a work by a living Chinese artist at Sotheby's in Hong Kong last week, making HK$180.44m/US$23.13 m. Zeng Fanzhi’s controversial The Last Supper set a world auction record for a work by a living Chinese artist at Sotheby's in Hong Kong last week, making HK$180.44m/US$23.13 m.
Zeng Fanzhi’s controversial The Last Supper set a world auction record for a work by a living Chinese artist at Sotheby's in Hong Kong last week, making HK$180.44m/US$23.13 m.
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Anna Healy Fenton

Anna Healy Fenton

Anna is a business writer. During her 20-year Hong Kong career, she’s written everything from stock market reports and luxury goods sector analysis to speeches for the HKSAR Chief Executive and served as president of the Foreign Correspondents’ Club for two years.