Céline FLÉCHEUX

 

After studying both Philosophy and Art History, I tought seven years in the National Art School of Nancy (France) until I got my actual position, maître de conférences in Paris 7 – Denis Diderot, in Julia Kristeva’s departement, where I am in charge of the visual arts section (UFR LAC, Lettres, Arts, Cinéma).

 

For my PhD, I studied how the notion of the horizon became an artistic problem from the Renaissance to the modern times and how phenomenology (Husserl, Heidegger) considered that notion as well in philosophy of perception and knowledge. This important work is now published at the Presses universitaires de Rennes (L’horizon, des traités de perspective au Land Art, 2009). My research implies practice and theory of perspective, problems of reproduction in images and modern and contemporary art.

 

- « Petite histoire de l’horizon en peinture », in L’Horizon chimérique : Ed Ruscha/ JM Bustamante, Musée d’art moderne et contemporain de Strasbourg, mai 2008

- « Nancy Rubins, l’instant suspendu », les Cahiers du Musée National d’Art Moderne, n° 101, octobre 2007

- « Longin en Amérique : le Land Art et la question du sublime », actes du colloque Il sublime tra antico e moderno : fortuna di un testo e di un’idea, Istittuto Svizzero, Rome, janv. 2008

- « Entretien avec Emmanuel Saulnier », in Correspondances : Emmanuel Saulnier/Odilon Redon, n°17, Musée d’Orsay/Argol, 2007

- « La Vague : Courbet et la photographie », L’eau, les eaux, Xè Entretiens de La Garenne-Lemot, dir. J. Pigeaud, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2006

- « L’Horizon pictural comme ornement » et « La spirale comme ornement entropique chez Robert Smithson », Paysage et Ornement, dir. D. Laroque et B. Saint Girons, Verdier, 2005

- « Les Myth-Makers américains », Les Mythes des avant-gardes, dir. par V. Léonard-Roques et J.-C. Valtat, Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, 2003

- « L’horizon et le recul des voiles », Il Velo Dissolto, dir. F. Zanelli Quarantini, CLUEB, Bologna, 2001

- « Le paysage et la nuit en peinture », Le paysage, état des lieux, sous la direction de F. Chenet, M. Collot, B. Saint Girons, Ousia, 2001

- «  La Vague est-elle un paysage ? », Le paysage et la question du sublime, RMN, 1997

 

 

Helen Grace

 

 

Professor Helen Grace is Director of the MA Programme in Visual Culture Studies at Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is also a practising artist and her most recent solo exhibition, *Emotional Economies* was held in Hong Kong in May. She is  currently doing research on user-created content and in particular on mobile phone images, aesthetics and ephemeral value.

 

 

何慶基

 

何慶基曾任香港藝術中心展覽總監以及上海當代藝術館創館館長。他自1988年代後期開始,策劃過逾百個本地及海外展覽,包括擔任第二及第三屆亞太藝術三年展的客席策展人,哥本哈根《貨櫃箱96》國際大展的亞洲區策展人,以及加拿大哈里弗HX藝術節客席策展人,亦曾籌劃多個台灣藝術展覽,包括1998年與石瑞仁聯合策劃《兩岸新聲─當代香港、台北、上海藝術交流展》,與張元茜聯合策劃《粉樂町 台灣當代藝術展》,以及自2006年開始與富邦基金會在香港策劃台灣公共藝術展覽。他是國際藝評人協會香港分會創辦人,西九龍文化區博物館顧問小組成員,現任香港中文大學文化及宗教研究系的文化管理碩士課程主任,仍然從事策展工作。他是第十二屆德國《文獻展》策展顧問,2008年任第十三屆《文獻展》國際委員會成員,負責甄選文件大展的藝術總監。

 

Oscar Ho Hing-kay was formerly the Exhibition Director of the Hong Kong Arts Centre and founding Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Shanghai. Since the late 1980s, he has curated many local and international exhibitions, including serving as guest curator for the 2nd and 3rd Asian Pacific Triennial, curator for the Asian section of the Container 96 at Copenhagen in 1996, and guest curator for HX Art Festival at Halifax, Canada in 1999. He has curated numerous exhibition featuring Taiwanese art, including co-curating the < New Voices - Contemporary Art from Hong Kong,Taipei and Shanghai> exhibition with, and < Very Fun Park Contemporary Art from Taiwan> with Rita Wu. Since 2006, he has been working with the Fubon Art Foundation in presenting annually Taiwanese public art in Hong Kong. He is also the founder of the Hong Kong chapter of the International Art Critics Association,. Currently he is the Director of the M.A. Programme in cultural management at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and he remains active as an independent curator. He was a curatorial advisor for documenta12, and is member of the International Committee of documenta13, responsible for selecting its artistic director.

 

 

Oscar Ho Hing-kay was formerly the Exhibition Director of the Hong Kong Arts Centre and founding Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Shanghai. Since the late 1980s, he has curated many local and international exhibitions, including serving as guest curator for the 2nd and 3rd Asian Pacific Triennial, curator for the Asian section of the Container 96 at Copenhagen in 1996, and guest curator for HX Art Festival at Halifax, Canada in 1999. He is also the founder of the Hong Kong chapter of the International Art Critics Association, and a member of the International Committee of documenta13.Currently he is the Director of the M.A. Programme in cultural management at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and he remains active as an independent curator.

 

 

 

 中村拓志Hiroshi Nakamura

 

 

1974    Born in Tokyo

1997-2002 Kengo Kuma & Associates

2002 Established First Class Architect Office Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP Associates Inc.

 

Awards:

2004 Grand Prize, SDA Award 38th, for Lanvin Boutique Ginza

         Grand Prize, JCD Design Award 2004, for Lanvin Boutique Ginza

2005 Grand Prize, Kuwait Sporting Bowling Center Competition

2006 Grand Prize, JCD (Japanese Society of Commercial Space Designers)Design Award 2006 for Lotus Beauty Salon

2008   Good Design Award Gold Prize for Dancing trees, Singing birds

2009  JIA Award 2008 for Dancing trees, Singing birds

 

 

Recent Publications:

 

 

Author : Hiroshi Nakamura,

Title of Book : “Koisuru Kenchiku” (The title means “Loving Architecture” in Japanese)

Publisher: ASCII MEDIA WORKS

Publish Date: 2007, Japan

 

   

 

MAP office [Gutierrez + Portefaix]

 

 

MAP office is a multidisciplinary platform devised by Laurent Gutierrez (Casablanca, 1966) and Valerie Portefaix (Saint-Etienne, 1969). This duo of artists/architects has been based in Hong Kong since 1996, working on physical and imaginary territories using varied means of expression including drawing, photographs, video, installations, performance and literary and theoretical texts. Their entire project forms a critique of spatio-temporal anomalies and documents how human beings subvert and appropriate space. Humour, games and fiction are also part of their approach, in the form of small publications providing a further format for disseminating their work.

 

They have participated in numerous international exhibitions, including: EVENTO 2009 - Bordeaux Biennale (1st), Venice Architecture Biennale (11th and 7th), T.I.C.A.B. 2009 - Tirana Art Biannual (4th), Canary Island Biennale (2nd), Prospect.1 - the New Orleans Biennial (1st), Shenzhen-Hong Kong Bi-city Biennial (2nd), Biennale of Gwangju (7th), Venice Art Biennale (52th), Guangzhou Triennial (2nd), Istanbul Biennial (10th), Biennale of Sydney (15th), Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (1st).

 

They are the authors of ‘Mapping HK’ (2000), ‘HK LAB’ (2002), ‘Yung Ho Chang/Atelier FCJZ’ (2003), ‘HK LAB 2’ (2005), ‘My PRD Stories’ (2005), ‘The Parrot’s Tale’ (2007) and ‘Unreal Estates of China’ (2007).

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Laurent Gutierrez is an Associate Professor at the School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University where he leads the Environment and Interior Design discipline and the Master of Strategic Design as well as Innovation Design Management (IDM/MBA). He is also the co-director of SD SPACE LAB.  He is currently doing a PhD on the “Processes of Modernization and Urbanization in China focusing on the Pearl River Delta region”.

 

Valerie Portefaix is the principal of MAP OFFICE. She received her Master of Architecture degree from School of Architecture Paris-Belleville and a PhD in Urbanism from University Pierre Mendes France. She is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at the School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

 

www.map-office.com

 

 

WONG HOY CHEONG

 
Brief Introduction

 

Wong Hoy Cheong was born in 1960, Georgetown, Malaysia. Since the 1990’s, his work has been inter-disciplinary, involving areas such as drawing, installation, photography, video and theatre/performance.

He was Visiting Senior Research Fellow at National University Singapore (2008); Visiting Tutor at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford (2004), Goldsmith College, London (1999) and Central St. Martins, London (1998); and artist-in-residence at Montalvo Arts Centre, California (2007), Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford(2004), Gasworks, London (2002) and Canberra Institute of Art, Canberra (1992).

He has previously taught drawing, painting, installation, video and performance at The London Institute / Bandar Utama College (1994 –1997), Malaysian Institute of Art (1988 – 1994) and University of Massachusetts, USA (1984 – 1986). He was also Head of Foundation Department at the Parsons/Center for Advanced Design in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (1998-2001).

He has also lectured abroad at institutions such as Oxford University, Harvard University, New York University, Singapore National University, Australian National University among others.

 

 Education

 

1986        MASTER OF FINE ARTS

           University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA

1984        MASTER IN EDUCATION

           Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

1982        BACHELOR OF ARTS  (Magna cum Laude with Honors)

           Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, USA

 

Selected Solo Exhibitions/Projects

 

2008        Wong Hoy Cheong 2002-2007

            NUS Museum & Gallery, Singapore

2006        Bound for Glory

            Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2004        Selected Works 1984-2004

            National  Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

              Re:Looking

            Alexander Ochs Galleries, Berlin, Germany

              slight shifts   

            Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, UK

2003        fact-fiction

            Kunsthalle, Vienna, Austria

              Selected Works 1994-200

            Djanogaly Gallery, Nottingham, UK

2002        Selected Works 1994-2002

            John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK

              Selected Works 1994-2002 

            Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK

              Whose text?

            Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

1999         Seeds of Change

            Habitat, Tottenham Court Road, London, UK

1996        Of Migrants and Rubber Trees   

            National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 

 

  

Selected Group Exhibtions/Projects

 

 

2009         Code Sharing

            Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania

               55th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen: Unreal Asia

            Oberhausen, Germany

               Magnetic Power

            Coreana Museum of Art & other galleries, Seoul, Korea

                  4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennial

               Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan

                  10th Lyon Biennale

               Lyon, France

2008        Asian Dub Photography

            Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena, Modena, Italy

              Taipei Biennial 2008

            Taipei, Taiwan

              Coffee, Cigarettes and Pad Thai: Contemporary Art in Southeast Asia

            Eslite Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan

              The Independence Project

            Gertrude Contemporary Space, Melbourne, Australia & Petronas Art Gallery,

            Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2007        Istanbul Biennial

            Istanbul, Turkey

              Print Basel

            Basel, Switzerland

              Koloniale Träume - Autonome Zonen

            Graz, Austria

2006        Naked Life

            Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan

               Asian Contemporary Art in Print

            Asia Society Gallery, New York City & Tyler Print Institute, Singapore

2005        Guangzhou Triennial

            Guangzhou, Republic of China

               Colonialism without colonies?

            Shedhalle, Zurich

               Contact

            Le Lieu Unique, Nantes, France

               Future Tense

            Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia

2004         Ethnic Marketing

            Center for Contemporary Art, Geneva, Switzerland

      Minority Report

            Aarhus Art Building, Aarhus, Denmark

                Liverpool Biennial

            Liverpool, UK

                SHAKE

            OK Center for Contemporary Art, Linz, Austria & Villa Arson,

            Nice, France

2003         Cam-taten

            Kunstraum, Linz, Austria

                Dreams and Conflicts  (Z.O.U. and Utopia Station)

            50th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy

                handlungsanweisungen- instructions for actions 

            Kunsthalle, Vienna, Austria

2002         The Spice Route

            ifa gallery, Stuttgart, Germany

                Refuge

            Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Høvikodden, Norway

2001                   ARS 01

            KIASMA Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland

2000         Overtag

            BildMuseet, Umea, Sweden

                Lines of Descent

            Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia

                La Ville, Le Jardin, La Memoire

            Villa Medici, Rome, Italy

                Poisonous Targets (2-persons exhibition)

            Gallery 4A, Sydney, Australia

                Mutations / Urban Rumours

            Fri-Art Contemporary Art Centre, Fribourg, Switzerland

                Invisible Boundary

            Utsonomiya Museum of Art, Utsonomiya, Japan

                3rd Kwangju Biennale

            Kwangju, Korea

1999          babel

            Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK,

                Sogni / Dreams

            Fondazine Sandretto Re Rebaudengo PerL’latre / Venice Biennale

                Cities on the Move 5

            Hayward Gallery, London, UK

                 1st Fukuoka Asian Art Triennial

            Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan

                Cities on the Move 4

            Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen, Denmark

                 Intervention  

            Museum-in-Progress, Vienna, Austria in Der Standard, Feb 11 1999

1998                          Siapa? Apa? Kenapa?

            Artis Pro Activ, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

                 Schools: Textual Works

            Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

                 Cities On The Move 2

            CapcMusee d’art Contemporain, Bordeaux, France

1997           Cities On The Move

            The Secession, Vienna, Austria

1996           Asia Pacific Triennial

            Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia

 

 

 

    以上按英文字母順序排列

The names on the list are in alphabetical order

 

 

 

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