Busan Biennale 2016 Artistic Director

Project 2
Curator

윤재갑 / 한국


Yun Cheagab
b. 1968, Korea
Director, HOW Art Museum, Shanghai

Education

- 2000 Completed graduate course, Indian Art History, Visva-Bharati University, India
- 1997 Completed graduate course, Chinese Modern and Contemporary Art History, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China
- 1995 BA, Art Studies, Hong-ik University, Seoul, Korea


Career

- 2012-Present Director, HOW Art Museum, Shanghai, China
- 2010 - 2011

Commissioner, Korean Pavilion, 54th International Art Exhibition- la Biennale di Venezia

- 2005 - 2010 Director, Arario Gallery (Beijing, Seoul, and New York)
- 2003 - 2006 Co-Director, Alternative Space LOOP, Seoul, Korea


Project 1
Curator

구어 샤오옌 / 중국


GUO Xiaoyan
b. 1963, China
Vice-director, Minsheng Art Museum, Beijing


Education

- 2001 Completed at Sichuan university, department of philosophy, public utility management, MA
- 1985 Graduated at Shanxi normal university, majored in educational psycology, BA


Career

- 2010-Present

Vice-Director of Beijing Minsheng Art Museum and Chief Operating Officer of The Institute

- 2008-2010

Chief Curator of UCCA, Beijing

- 2008 Research Curator for the 3rd Guangzhou Triennial
- 2005 Co-curator of the 2nd Guangzhou triennial
- 2002-2007

Vice Director of the Guangzhou Triennial Office at the Guangdong Museum of Art


사와라기 노이 / 일본


SAWARAGI Noi
b. 1962, Japan
Art critic, Professor of General Education in the Faculty of Art and Design at Tama Art University

Education

- 1986 Culture Department in the Faculty of Literature at Doshisha University


Career

- 2007-2008 Guest researcher at TrAIN Research Centre at the University of the Arts, London
- 1992 anomaly, Roentgen Kunst Institut, Tokyo, Japan
- 1998 -『Nihon gendai bijutsu (Japan, Modernity, and Art)』 (Shinchosha Publishing Co., Ltd., 1998)
- 2007 -『Senso to bijutsu 1937 – 1945 (Art in Wartime Japan 1937 – 1945)』 (Kokushokan-koukai, 2007) with Ichiro Haryu and others


타테하타 아키라 / 일본


TATEHATA Akira
b. 1947, Japan
Director of the Museum of Modern Art, Saitama

Education

- 1972 the Department of French Literature at Waseda


Career

- 2010 Artistic director of Aichi Triennale 2010
- 2005-2011 Director of the National Museum of Art, Osaka
- 2001 Artistic Director of the 1st Yokohama Biennale
- 1990, 1993 Commissioner of the Japan Pavilion at Venice Biennale


우에다 유조 / 일본


UEDA Yuzo
b. 1951, Japan
Director, Gallery Q

Education

- 1976 Department of Graphic Design at Tama Art University


Career

- 2015 56th International Art Exhibition in Venezia-All the World’s Futures Tetsuya Ishida,Venezia, Italy
- 2009 Korean Diaspora Artists in Asia - Quac Insic, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
- 2003 Itami Jun Achitecture, Guest curator, Guimet Museum, Paris, France
- 2000 Gwangju Biennale 2000 - Art and Human Rights Section of the Asia, Assistant Curator, Gwangju Biennale Hall, Korea


김찬동 / 한국


Kim, Chan-Dong
b. 1957, Korea
Director, Museum Headquarters of Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation

Education

- 2010 Ph.D (Completed), Department of Culture Contents, Hanyang University
- 1987 M.F.A., Department of Western Painting, Hongik University
- 1984

B.A., Department of Department of Western Painting, Hongik University


Career

- Served as the Visaul Arts Expert of Arts Council Korea
- Served as the Director of ARKO Art Center
- Served as the Vice President, Korean Association of Arts Management
- 2002 City Univ. Visiting Researcher, London, UK
- 1996-2010 Publisher and Editor, 『Art & Discourse』
- 1984-1998 Curator and Director, ARKO Art Center


Selected Exhibitions (Curated)

- 2000

Insa Art Center Opening Exhibition, Insa Art Center, Seoul, Korea

Song of Earth, Frederichianum Museum, Kassel, Germany

Small Discourse, ARKO Art Center, Seoul, Korea

Gwangju Biennale Special Exhibition, Gwangju, Korea

KIM Ku-Lim solo exhibition – From phenomenon to

- 1999 LEE Kun-Young solo exhibition, ARKO Art Center, Seoul, Korea
- 1998 PARK Hyun-Ki solo exhibition, ARKO Art Center, Seoul, Korea
- 1997 LEE Seung-Taek solo exhibition, ARKO Art Center, Seoul, Korea