Xi's Millennial Problem
Decades into China's economic boom, the country's young artists are suddenly reckoning with a government that's switched gears.
At Sotheby's Hong Kong April sale, 40 percent of the buyers were under the age of 40. In New York, only 15 percent are under 40.
An infrastructure that no previous generation of Chinese artists had access to.
The best expert on the Chinese art scene, Barbara Pollack, breaks it all down.