Tang Zehui is a Beijing-based curator and writer. She received her Master’s Degree in Arts Administration and Policy in 2010 from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She was awarded the Getty Foundation Fellowship in 2006 and Asian Cultural Council Fellowship in 2010.
Tang Zehui was Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Red Brick Art Museum in Beijing and prior to that Art Director of Red Gate Gallery in Beijing. Exhibitions she curated include: Tatiana Trouve: L’ÉCLAT DE L’ABSENCE, (Red Brick Art Museum, Beijing, 2016), Laure Prouvost: Into All That Is Here, (Red Brick Art Museum, Beijing, 2016), Reverse the Perspective: An Exhibition of Foreign Artists in China, (Xiangsi Museum in Tianjin & Mebo Space in Beijing,2015, The Revival of Tradition: Another Approach to Contemporary Chinese Art, Javits Center, New York, 2015), Urban Play: Site-specific Public Art Exhibition, (Landgent Center, Beijing, 2010), Artists and Residents: Working on-site in Private Homes, (Chicago, 2009), Chinese Garden for Living: from Illusion to Reality (assistant curator), Schloss Pillnitz, Dresden,Germany, 2008.
Tang Zehui also writes art reviews for New York Times (Chinese online) and Bloomberg Business Weekend.
Born in Hong Kong, Janet Fong is an independent curator based in Beijing. Since 1997 she has worked with a number of organizations, including CAFA Art Museum (Central Academy of Fine Arts), Osage Art Foundation and Osage Gallery, University Museum and Art Gallery (The University of Hong Kong), 1a Space and Hong Kong Maritime Museum.
Janet has curated numerous exhibitions including Botero in China: The Art of Fernando Botero (National Museum of China, China Art Museum, Beijing and Shanghai, China, 2015- 2016), I wanna eat, yummy yummy, Contemporary Art Exhibition (Oil Street, Hong Kong, China, 2015), and CAFAM Future Biennial Artist Residency Project, Chinese artists to Hong Kong (2015), Emergency Lab (Hong Kong, China, 2015), Next Ten Years of Contemporary Art in China, (Today Art Museum, Beijing, China, 2011); The 1st Art Sanya Art Fesitval, (Sanya, China, 2012-2013).
Janet holds a Master’s degree in History of Art from The University of Sussex as well as a postgraduate degree in Museum Studies from The University of Sydney. She also graduated from Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Photography.
Janet is a member of the committee of the K11 International Artist Residency, the Young Artist Award (Hong Kong), the SAYA Young Artists project, the project committee of Museum and the Web (Asia), USA, as well as an advisor at the Osage Art Foundation and the curator of Klein Sun Project.