王璜生 Wang Huangsheng

Posted on 2015-08-30

王璜生于1956年出生于广东省汕头市。1990年取得南京艺术学院艺术史论硕士学位,并于2006年, 同校取得博士学位。王璜生现为北京中央美术学院教授,中央美术学院美术馆馆长。作为馆长、策 展人,王璜生对中国当代艺术的发展产生了巨大的推动作用。任职于广东美术馆馆长期间(2000- 2009),王璜生多次主办大型艺术活动,其中包括策划和主办“首届广州三年展”਀“广州摄影双 年展”。2004年他获法国政府颁发的“文学与艺术骑士勋章”,2006年,意大利总理颁赠“骑士 勋章”以表彰其对当代艺术的杰出贡献。 王璜生近期个展包括:《锋·线:王璜生新水墨实验》(2015),央美国际画廊,中国北京;《碌 碌而为:王璜生个展》(2014),红砖厂当代艺术馆,中国广州;《通往自由的线》(2013),席 勒画廊,德国海德堡;《游·象》(2013),WiE KULTUR文化传播中心,德国柏林;以਀《无 边—王璜生作品(2009-2013)》(2013),浙江美术馆,中国杭州;湖北美术馆,武汉。近期群 展包括:《释放未来:中国当代水墨邀请展》(2014),亚洲艺术中心,中国北京;《来自水墨的 新语境》(2014),寺上美术馆,中国北京;《精神如山》(2014),藝術門,中国香港。其作品 可见于诸多国际收藏,包括维多利亚与阿尔伯特博物馆,英国伦敦;乌菲齐博物馆,意大利佛罗伦 萨;中国美术馆,中国北京。

Wang Huangsheng was born in 1956 in Shantou, Guangdong Province. He is currently a professor at Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing and Director of CAFA Museum. He received his B.A. and Ph.D. in Art History from the Nanjing Arts Institute in 1990 and 2006, respectively. In addition to being an artist and art professor, Wang is also a major contributor to the development of Contemporary Chinese Art. Between 2000 and 2009, Wang acted as Director of the Guangdong Museum of Art, where he promoted large-scale events such as the Guangzhou Triennial and the Guangzhou Photo Biennial. In 2004 he was awarded the “Knight Medal of Art and Literature” by the French government, and in 2006, he was awarded the Chivalry Honor by the Italian president for his contributions to the betterment of fine arts. Recent solo exhibitions include Blade & Line—Wang Huangsheng New Ink Artworks (2015), CAFA International, Beijing, China; On the Run—Wang Huangsheng (2014), RMCA, Guangzhou, China; The Line to Freedom (2014), Schiller Gallery, Heidelberg, Germany; Roaming|Apparition (2013), WiE KULTUR, Berlin, Germany; and Boundless: Wang Huangsheng’s Works (2009–2013), Zhejiang Art Museum, Hangzhou and Hubei Museum of Art, Wuhan, China. Recent group exhibitions include Spiritual as Mountains (2014), Pearl Lam Galleries, Hong Kong, China; Rendering the Future (2014), Asia Art Centre, Beijing, China; and A New Context Derived from Shuimo (2014), Si Shang Art Museum, Beijing, China. His work is in many international collections, including Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK; Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy; and National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China.

顾铮 Gu Zheng

Posted on 2015-08-30

1959年生于上海,现为复旦大学新闻学院教授,复旦大学信息与传播研究中心研究员,复旦大学视觉文化研究中心副主任。1998年毕业于日本大阪府立大学人类文化研究科比较文化研究专业,获学术博士学位。

学术兴趣:20世纪现代艺术,当代中国纪实摄影,视觉文化与图像传播研究、摄影史等。著有《人体摄影150年》(1999)、《国外后现代摄影》(2000)、《自我的迷宫—艺术家的“我”》(2003)、《城市表情—20世纪都市影像》(2003)、《世界摄影史》(2005)、《像你我一样呼吸-一个世纪的摄影传奇》(2006)、《现代性的第六张面孔—当代视觉文化研究》(2007)、《遮挡与穿透—当代中国摄影景观》(2008)、《观念的街头》(2010)、《Chinese Contemporary Photograpic Art(中国当代摄影艺术)》(2011,中文版与法文版)、《顾铮摄影文论选》(2012)、《印刻时代风潮流——海报中的20世纪》(2012)、《摄影的人,在路上》(2013,台北)、《The Chinese Photobook:from the 1900s to the Present》(2015,Apertue,NY,US)等。主编有《西方摄影文论选》(2005)、《中国摄影新锐25》(2010)、《摄影·社会·空间》(2010)等。

策划的主要展览有:第一届亚洲摄影双年展《生活在城市》(中国策展人,2001,汉城)、《记录中国—-当代摄影与社会变动》(2004,美国贝茨学院美术馆、华美协进社,2006,史密逊博物馆)、《在现实与记忆之间—-摄影中的中国社会生活与记忆》(2004,美国新学院大学帕森斯设计学院)、《城市·重视—-2005广州国际摄影双年展》(广东美术馆)、《显“隐”-中国当代摄影20年》(南京四方当代美术馆,2006)、《上海之上》(爱普生影艺坊,上海,2010)、《光影惊沧——金石声摄影展》(上海刘海粟美术馆,2012)、《中国风景》(伦敦大学亚非学院沃尔夫逊画廓,2012)、《断章取义——杨福东作品展》(OCT当代艺术中心上海馆,2012)、首届北京国际摄影双年展(2013,共同策划)。《中国当代摄影2009-2014》(2014,共同策划)等。

担任《中国摄影》和《欧洲摄影》(柏林)等刊物的编委,并担任美国《光圈》杂志供稿编辑。第一届平遥国际摄影节欧莱雅中国摄影师大奖评委(2000)。休斯顿摄影节专家见面会评委(2006),2008大邱摄影双年展家见面会评委。哈佛大学皮波迪人类学民族学博物馆罗伯特·嘉特纳奖推荐委员,第二届沙飞摄影奖评委(2009),法国勒瓦鲁瓦摄影节评委(2010)。第一、二、三届侯登科纪实摄影奖评委。第56届(2013年)世界新闻摄影比赛(荷赛)终审评委。

获得中国摄影金像奖(理论评论)(2001)及第一届沙飞摄影奖学术奖(2007)

Gu Zheng ,born in 1959,Ph.D.(Osaka Prefecture University,Japan,1998),Professor of the School of Journalism, Fudan University, Vice-director of the Research Center for Visual Culture, Fudan University.The member of editorial committee of(Beijing),the contributing editor for(New York),the member of editorial board of(Berlin).Lives and works in Shanghai,China.

He has published some books about contemporary photography and photographic history, including(2002),(2003),(2008),(2010),(2011),(2013).

He has curated many exhibitions such as(Epsite Gallery,Beijing and Shanghai,2004),(Bates College Museum of Art,Maine and China Institute,NY,USA,2004),(Parsons School of Design,New School University,NY,USA,2004),<2005 guangzhou="" international="" photography="" vewing="" the="" city="">(Guangdong Museum of Art, 2005),< Chinese Urban Documentary Photography>(Institute for the Humanities, University of Michigan,USA ,2005),(Art Scene China,2005) ,(Art Scene China,2006),(Nanjing Square Gallery,Nanjing,2006),(Epsite Gallery, Shanghai,2010),(Contemporary Art Museum of The China Millennium Monument, Beijing,2013).

He is the winner of Chinese Photography Golden Figure Prize(Theory and Criticism) in 2001 and The 1st Shafei Photography Award(2007).He is the finale jury member of World Press Photo(2013).

Michael Benson

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Katya García-Antón

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Katya García-Antón is the Director of the Office for Contemporary Art Norway since February 2014. Having trained in Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, she has been affiliated with several major international art institutions, including the Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland; the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain; the Museu d’Arte Moderno de São Paulo, Brazil; the Institute of Contemporary Art, London, UK and IKON, Birmingham, UK. She curated the Spanish contribution to the São Paulo Biennial in 2004, and was responsible for a section of the Prague Biennial in 2005. García-Antón has organised and curated over fifty exhibitions of art, design and architecture, featuring both well-established and young, emerging artists. She has served on the editorial board of Third Text and has been an art critic for the BBC World Service and for various international art magazines, as well as contributing to numerous catalogues and monographs. Among other curatorial activities, she was a curator to the Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2011 (Dora Garcia’s ‘The Inadequate’), and ‘Gestures in Time’ (co-curated with Lara Khaldi), the flagship exhibition of the very first edition of the Qalandiya International Biennial in Palestine in 2012.