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胡欣:北京国际艺术高峰论坛特邀顾问

胡欣女士是首届「北京国际艺术高峰论坛」的特邀顾问。她在艺术及文化领域拥有杰出的管理和策划经验,并致力于推动跨文化交流。二零一四年她发起并参与了中法建交五十周年「中法五十年五十人活动」的组织工作,旨在发掘和讲述在中法合作领域内艺术、科技、建筑、文学等方面有杰出贡献的人物及故事。二零一五年她参与发起和筹备了「中法文化论坛」意在搭建一个高质量的文化交流平台,在艺术、教育、时尚、设计和生活方式等方面推动更深层次的中法、中欧合作。从二零一六起,她至今担任中法文化论坛法方秘书长。胡欣发起并参与「中国白」国际陶瓷艺术大奖赛(ICAA)和国际陶瓷艺术驻地项目(二零一五),并担任秘书长,力求促进国际艺术家、陶艺家对于中国文化、历史及当代中国的理解。此外,她与「艺术8」创始人共同发起和创办了「品牌文化沙龙」,以艺术为核心拓展艺术的公共教育和普及,并积极与国际品牌开展具有社会责任感的赞助与参与。

Bénédicte Alliot:巴黎国际艺术城主席

Bénédicte Alliot约特曾任南非法国文化中心主席、法国驻印度大使馆文化参赞、巴黎法国文化中心「文化四季」项目主管,自二零一六年起任巴黎国际艺术城主席。巴黎国际艺术城自一九六五年创立之日起便开始接收来自全世界各地的艺术家前来驻地创作。如今每年接待超过一千二百位艺术家,驻地选址在巴黎两个具有互补性地点 —— 蒙马特区以及玛黑区。巴黎国际艺术城被公认为跨学科,跨国界、跨时代的世界艺术交流平台。

陈东升:泰康保险集团董事长兼首席执行官

陈东升,中国嘉德国际拍卖有限公司与泰康人寿保险股份有限公司创始人,现任泰康保险集团股份有限公司董事长兼首席执行官。他是武汉大学经济学博士、杰出校友、博士生导师。他不仅是国内金融界的杰出代表,也长期关注文化、艺术、教育、社会公益事业,重视企业的社会责任。他于二零零三年正式设立了非营利艺术机构泰康空间(原泰康顶层空间),长期致力于当代艺术展览、出版、学术研究和交流,赞助、支持年轻艺术家的实验性创作。二零一一年他个人捐助一亿元人民币给武汉大学修建万林艺术博物馆,并捐赠价值三千万元的艺术品以丰富博物馆的馆藏。二零一二年九月,他获得第二十一届万宝龙国际艺术赞助大奖。截止二零一八年底,泰康及陈东升董事长累计用于公益事业的现金捐赠额已达四点八亿元。

Dominique de Villepin:法国前总理

Dominique de Villepin,法国著名的外交家、政治家及作家,他是中欧国际工商学院特聘教授、中欧国际顾问委员会主席、法国前总理。二零零二年,de Villepin教授被任命为法国外交部部长。二零零三年,他代表法国成功应对伊拉克危机,在联合国坚决维护法国的反战立场。二零零四年,他被任命为法国内政部部长。之后,他当选法国总理,任期为二零零五至零七年。在此期间,他致力于促进就业和改革劳动力市场,同时减少财政赤字和公共债务,并通过在法国创建高竞争力集群,推动增长与创新。de Villepin还撰写了多本书籍和选写多篇关于历史、政治、国际关系的散文及诗词。

Emmanuel Tibloux:巴黎国立高等装饰艺术学院院长

Emmanuel Tibloux先生曾任瓦朗斯高等艺术学院院长、里昂国立美术学院院长、全国高等艺术学院协会会长,二零一八年起他担任法国国立高等装饰艺术学院院长。除此之外,Tibloux先生还是一位专业的策展人及出版人。他曾策展过「Rendez-vous」、「Jeune création」(里昂当代艺术双年展,二零一三、一五、一七)、「Catalogue」(圣艾蒂安现代艺术博物馆,二零一一)等众多具有影响力的展览。二零零三年,他与里昂国立美术学院联合创办了刊物《Initiales》。二零一九年,他计划与法国国立高等装饰艺术学院共同推出全新刊物沟通发布平台并于秋天联合出版《Icones》系列丛刊。

王彦伶,七星集团总裁, 798艺术区创始人

王彦伶是现任北京七星华电科技集团有限责任公司总裁,北京798文化创意产业投资股份有限公司董事长,798艺术区创始人。二零零零年起,他主导和推动了798地区废弃老厂房转型成为文化园区。二零一零年,有着工科背景的王彦伶带领七星电子顺利上市,为当代艺术机构开创了可持续性生态。此外,他亦做出加大引进国际文化艺术机构的重要决策,使艺术区在国际艺术领域的活跃性和影响力随尤伦斯艺术中心、林冠艺术基金会、佩斯北京等文化艺术机构的陆续进驻逐步彰显。如今798艺术区已成为了北京的文化名片,它的发展促进了城市更新。同时798不断吸引全球访客,二零一八年到访人数超过八百万人次,在国际文化交往中扮演着至关重要的角色。

Mark Rappolt:《艺术评论》与《艺术评论亚洲》主编

Mark Rappolt是《艺术评论》与《艺术评论亚洲》主编。他于二零一三年创立了《艺术评论亚洲》,并著有关于建筑师格雷戈·林恩及弗兰克·盖里的书籍。他的文章发表在众多期刊、杂志和报纸上,并收录在艺术家毛利悠子、阿达姆·阿尔伯特、约翰·科纳的画册之中。二零一七年,Rappolt与汤姆·艾克尔斯和利亚姆·吉利克共同策划了「Like a Moth to a Flame」展览,这场涵盖四千年艺术创作的展览分为两个部分,分别在都灵的Officine Grandi Riparazioni和桑德雷托·雷·雷鲍登戈基金会呈现。

卢杰:长征空间创始人

卢杰是国际著名的「长征计划」的发起人和总负责人。二零零二年,他在北京798艺术区创办了「长征空间」,集展览、市场、作品定制与收藏、独立项目、驻地创作、学术研究与会议和讲座、出版、管理咨询为一体,是国际和本土艺术界联系、合作的枢纽。卢杰经常参加国际重要学术会议,并在世界各地的艺术院校、美术馆和艺术机构演讲。他参与发起创建了中国第一个策展学科——中国美术学院当代艺术与策展研究硕士课程,并担任客座教授。卢杰出生于福建,毕业于中国美术学院,英国伦敦大学金匠学院并获艺术策展与管理硕士。

刘钢:中国收藏家,亚洲资本市场知名律师

刘钢是亚洲资本市场知名律师,曾于二零一零年获得国际著名法律评级机构Chambers and Partners颁发的亚洲律师界「终身成就奖」。刘钢从一九九三年开始收藏油画艺术品,是大陆最早涉足中国当代艺术收藏的藏家之一。通过二十六年的积累,他积攒一套中国油画收藏,其藏品从十八世纪中国宫廷油画开始一直跨越到中国当代艺术。此外,刘钢还是一位古地图收藏家和研究者,曾出版研究专著《古地图密码》。二零零六年一月,著名杂志《经济学人》刊载了题为《中国或许击败了哥伦布》的文章,公布了刘钢收藏的一幅古地图,并推测中国人早于哥伦布发现美洲大陆。此文在世界上引起极大的关注和争论。

Mario Cristiani:常青画廊创始人之一

Mario Cristiani,一九六四年出生于意大利卡利特里,曾就读于佛罗伦萨大学政治学系。一九九零年,他与朋友莫瑞希欧·瑞哥罗、洛伦佐·飞亚斯其共同创立了常青画廊及常青艺术协会。常青画廊坐落在意大利历史悠久、风光秀美的圣吉米那诺小镇,其建筑空间前身是一家电影院,在远离大都市及现代城市中心的地方开始了蓬勃发展。二零零五年,常青画廊在北京798艺术区设立了画廊空间,并于二零零七年在巴黎郊区开设了专注当代艺术创作的空间Le Moulin。二零一五年,常青画廊在哈瓦那开设了全新空间。Cristiani亦是非营利组织常青艺术协会的总裁。

秦思源:北京国际艺术高峰论坛艺术总监

秦思源先生是首届「北京国际艺术高峰论坛」的艺术总监。他是现居于北京的策展人、评论家、艺术家,亦是声音博物馆创始人、国际艺术杂志《frieze》特约编辑。他出生于英国,自上世纪九十年代以来长期居住在北京,活跃在中国和国际艺术界。秦思源拥有丰富的艺术策展和管理经验,他曾担任上海艺术博览会国际当代艺术展「上海当代」的总监(二零零九至一零);UCCA尤伦斯当代艺术中心副馆长兼首席策展人(二零零六至零八);英国大使馆文化教育处艺术经理(二零零三至零六)。他策划和组织过一系列戏剧、舞蹈、音乐、电影和艺术项目,包括展览「余震:英国当代艺术展一九九零至二零零六」(二零零七,广东美术馆和北京首都博物馆)以及中国最具有影响力的声音艺术项目「都市发声」(二零零五至零六)。

林瀚:中国收藏家,北京木木美术馆联合创始人

林瀚是中国当代艺术收藏家。二零一四年在北京798艺术区,他与妻子雷宛萤共同创办了M WOODS木木美术馆。他一直致力于支持中国当代青年艺术家的成长,发起了一系列美育公共项目,推动当代艺术在中国的发展,向更多人展示了当代艺术的魅力。二零一五年,林瀚成为Dia Beacon艺术基金理事。近期,他组织和参与了众多活动,包括M MEASURES论坛「颠覆的现实 —— 保罗·麦卡锡的录像艺术实验」(二零一八),「海外克孜尔石窟壁画及洞窟复原影像展」暨「克孜尔石窟与丝绸之路研究」学术研讨会,参与CCTV 4中国新闻摄制的克孜尔主题艺术展僧侣与艺术家专访,策划在中央美术学院美术馆举办的「刘炜与图伊曼斯:对画」活动(二零一八)。

唐昕:北京泰康空间总监

唐昕是泰康空间总监,她于二零零三年加盟泰康人寿保险股份有限公司,创建泰康空间并指导运营至今,她带领其成为中国当下最具活力的非营利艺术机构之一。同时,她是泰康保险集团艺术品收藏部的负责人,历经十余年的积累,她为泰康保险集团建立起一份翘楚业内并颇具规模与艺术史价值的企业收藏。一九九零年,唐昕毕业于天津科技大学,从一九九七年起她以独立策展人的身份活跃于北京,策划了一系列本土当代艺术展览,同时展开与欧洲的艺术交流。她持续关注中国现当代艺术的发展与传播。她把社会主义红色革命时期的艺术与当代艺术连接在一起并系统研究的方法是中国当代艺术领域独有的,同时她在摄影史、女性艺术的考察及年轻艺术创作者的发现与支持等领域均做出贡献。

Gregor Muir:伦敦泰特现代美术馆收藏部和国际艺术总监

Gregor Muir,是现任伦敦泰特现代美术馆收藏部和国际艺术总监。二零一一至二零一六年十月,他曾担任伦敦当代艺术学院(ICA)执行总监,负责过一系列展览项目,亦协调在伯明翰、伦敦、香港举办的ICA场外展览。Muir经常主持小组讨论及与艺术家的对谈。此外,他也参与组织伦敦弗里兹博览会的论坛项目。二零零四至一一年,格里格曾担任豪瑟沃斯伦敦画廊总监,在伦敦、苏黎世和纽约呈现了路易丝·布尔乔亚、弗朗西斯·皮卡比亚、威廉·萨奈尔等艺术家的展览。在此之前,他在泰特现代美术馆担任克拉姆里奇当代艺术策展人,二零零四年他在泰特联合策划了首届动态图像展「Time Zones」,同年,他还策划了由安格斯·费尔赫斯特、达米恩·赫斯特、萨拉·卢卡斯参加的群展「In-a-Gadda-da-Vida」。此外,他还负责为泰特美术馆建立当代艺术收藏,从泰特美术馆馆藏中甄选、策划了若干陈列展。

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Hu Xin: The Special Consultant of Beijing Art Summit

Hu Xin is the Special Consultant of Beijing Art Summit. She has experience in both curation and art management and is devoted to cultural exchange between China and abroad. In 2014, she launched the project 50 Years 50 Persons in honor of the China-France 50th anniversary, to discover the core Sino-Franco narratives within the fields of art, science, architecture, and literature. In 2015 she launched the Sino-French Culture Forum, aiming to build a high-quality platform for the promotion of art, education, fashion, design, and lifestyle. Since 2016 she has functioned as the general secretary for Forum China-France. Hu Xin participated in the founding of the International Ceramics Award, Blanche de China and its artist-in-residency programme in 2015, as a means of promoting understanding between international artists and traditional ceramics craftsmen with regards to Chinese culture, history, and contemporary Chinese society. In addition, she is the co-founder of the Brand Culture Salon together with the founder of Yishu 8, their goal is to propel public art education, develop social responsibility and sponsor projects with international brands.

Bénédicte Alliot: Director of the Cité internationale des arts

Bénédicte Alliot has been the director of the Cité internationale des arts since 2016. Her role, within this private foundation recognized as a public utility, is to manage a transdisciplinary, transnational and transgenerational platform that hosts more than 1200 artists per year. Since its creation in 1965, the Cité internationale des arts has been hosting artists from all over the world in residence on two complementary sites: Montmartre and Le Marais districts in Paris. Formerly, Bénédicte was the director of the Institut français (French Institute) in South Africa, Cultural Attaché at the French Embassy in India and then head of the ‘Saisons culturelles’ division at the Institut français in Paris.

Chen Dongsheng: Chairman and CEO of Taikang Insurance Group

Mr. Chen Dongsheng, founder of China Guardian Auctions and Taikang Life Insurance, currently serves as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Taikang Insurance Group. He received his PhD in Economics from Wuhan University and is recognized as an Outstanding Alumnus by his alma mater and also serves as a doctoral supervisor. Mr. Chen is not only a predominant figure of the financial world in China but also an active advocate for corporate social responsibility, contributing to culture, art, education and public welfare. In 2003, he founded the Taikang Space (originally called ‘Taikang Top Space’), a non-profit art organization set up for the purpose of exhibitions, publications, academic studies in art, and the promotion of experimental art production from emerging artists. In 2011, he donated 100 million Yuan to his alma mater, Wuhan University, to build The Wanlin Art Museum in an effort to propel art education. In addition he donated 30 million Yuan worth of art pieces function as the permanent collection of the museum. Again in September 2012, he was given the ‘21st Anniversary Montblanc de la Culture Art Patronage Award’. By the end of 2018, the amount of donations in the form of public welfare undertakings by the Taikang Insurance Group and Chen Dongsheng had reached a total of 480 million Yuan.

Dominique de Villepin: Former Prime Minister of France

Mr. Dominique de Villepin is a well-known French diplomat, statesman, and writer. He is the Distinguished Professor at CEIBS, the Chairman of the CEIBS International Advisory Board (IAB), and the former Prime Minister of France. In 2002, de Villepin was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs, and in 2003 he managed the Iraq crisis on behalf of France and upheld the French position against war at the United Nations. He became Minister of the Interior in 2004 and then served as Prime Minister from 2005 to 2007. During this period he committed himself to boost employment and reforming the labour market, reducing deficits and public debts, as well as stimulating growth and innovative policies through the creation of competitive clusters throughout France. Prof. de Villepin is also known for writing books and essays covering subjects such as history, diplomacy, international relations and poetry.

Emmanuel Tibloux: Director of the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

Emmanuel Tibloux is the former director of the École régionale des beaux-arts de Valence, the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Lyon, and Andéa (national association of art schools). Since 2018, he was appointed director of the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris. He is also a well-known curator and publisher. He has curated many important exhibitions and biennales, including Rendez-vous, Jeune création (Biennale de Lyon, 2013, 2015, 2017), and Catalogue (Museum of Modern Art, Saint-Etienne, 2011). In 2013, he established the art journal Initiales at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Lyon, and in fall 2019 he is going to launch new book series titled Icones in collaboration with the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris.

Wang Yanling: CEO of SevenStar Group, Founder of 798 Art Zone

Wang Yanling is the CEO of Beijing SevenStar Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (SevenStar Group), the chairman of Beijing 798 Creative Culture Industry Investment Co., Ltd, as well as the founder of 798 Art Zone. Since the year 2000, he has directed and propelled the renovation of abandoned old factories in the 798 district by transforming them into a cultural zone. In 2010, he successfully listed the Beijing Sevenstar Electronics on the stock market, creating a sustainable ecology for contemporary art institutions. He also made the strategic decision to allow for international art and cultural organizations such as UCCA, the Faurschou Foundation, and the Pace Gallery to become a part of 798, further enhancing the art zone’s influence within the global arena. Now that 798 has become a cultural icon of Beijing, its development has aided in the citiy’s urban regeneration. 798 attracts more and more global visitors every year, with more than 8 million visitors in 2018, it continues to play a vital role in the cultural exchange between China and the world.

Mark Rappolt: Editor-in-Chief of ArtReview, Founder of ArtReview Asia

Mark Rappolt is the editor-in-chief of ArtReview and ArtReview Asia, the latter of which he founded in 2013. He has written books on the architects Greg Lynn and Frank Gehry. His writing has appeared in a number of journals, magazines and newspapers, and included in catalogues on the artists Yuko Mohri, Ádám Albert and John Kørner. In 2017, He co-curated (with Tom Eccles and Liam Gillick) Like a Moth to a Flame, a two-part exhibition spanning 4000 years of artistic production, at the Officine Grandi Riparazioni and Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, both in Turin.

Lu Jie: Founder of Long March Space, Beijing

Lu Jie is the initiator and leader of the Long March Project. In 2002, Lu Jie founded Long March Space in Beijing’s 798 Art District. The space integrates exhibitions, the art market, the commission and collection of works, independent projects, residencies, academic research, conferences and lectures, publishing, and management consultation. It is a hub for communication and cooperation between the international and local art communities. It manifests itself as a complex, multi-faceted platform, open-ended ongoing art project, and an international arts organization based in Beijing. Lu Jie frequently attends international academic conferences and lectures at art colleges, galleries and institutions around the world. He participated in the founding of the China Academy of Art’s Masters Program in Contemporary Art and Curatorial Studies, the first such program in China, and was also invited to serve as a visiting professor. Lu Jie was born in Fujian, obtained his BFA from the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou (1988), and his MA in Creative Curating from Goldsmiths College, University of London (1999).

Liu Gang: Chinese Collector and Lawyer

Liu Gang is one of the leading lawyers within the Asian market and in 2010 he received the Legal Profession Lifetime Achievement Award from the Chambers and Partners. He began collecting oil paintings in 1993 and was one of the first collectors in the mainland to take part in the collection of Chinese contemporary art. With his unique taste and 26 years of experience, Mr. Liu has assembled a collection of artworks which span from the contemporary era all the way back to the 18th century. Mr. Liu is also a map collector and researcher of cartographic history. He published a non-fiction study in the Chinese cartography historiography. Particularly, in January 2006 The Economist published an article China Beat Columbus to It, Perhaps in which an old map collected by Mr. Liu was considered as evidence to prove that American continents were discovered by other navigators rather than Columbus. Upon The Economist publishing the article, the news about the old map made headlines around the world and reignited the controversy about who actually discovered the New World.

Mario Cristiani: Co-founders of Galleria Continua

Mario Cristiani was born in Calitri (AV) in 1964. He studied Political Science at the University of Florence. In 1990, together with his friends Maurizio Rigillo and Lorenzo Fiaschi, he founded Galleria Continua and Associazione Arte Continua. Occupying a former cinema, Galleria Continua established itself and thrived in an entirely unexpeced location, away from the big cities and the ultramodern urban centres, in a town — San Gimignano — steeped in history, timeless, magnificent. In 2005 Galleria Continua opened a new exhibition space in 798 Art Zone in Beijing, China and in 2007 Continua inaugurated ‘Le Mouli’, a new site specifically for contemporary creation in the Parisian countryside. In 2015, Galleria Continua established Arte CONTINUA Habana. Cristiani is also the President of Associazione Arte Continua, a not-for-profit association.

Colin Siyuan Chinnery: The Artistic Director of Beijing Art Summit

Colin Siyuan Chinnery is the Artistic Director of Beijing Art Summit. He is a curator, critic, and artist based in Beijing, as well as the founder of Sound Museum and contributing editor for frieze Magazine. He was born in the UK and has lived in Beijing since the 1990s. Chinnery has extensive experience in curatorial practice and art management. He was the Director of ShContemporary Art Fair in Shanghai (2009 – 2010), and before that, Chinnery was Chief Curator / Deputy Director at UCCA (Ullens Center for Contemporary Art) in Beijing (2006 – 2008), and the Arts Manager for the British Council in Beijing (2003 – 2006). He has curated many projects in experimental theatre, live art, sound art, and visual arts, including Aftershock: Contemporary British Art 1990 – 2006 (2007, Guangdong Museum of Art and the Capital Museum in Beijing) and one of the most influential sound art projects Sound and the City (2005 – 2006).

Lin Han: Chinese Collector, Co-founder of M WOODS Museum, Beijing

Lin Han is a Chinese contemporary art collector who together with his wife Lei Wanying founded the M WOODS art museum in the Beijing 798 Art Zone in 2014. Dedicated to supporting growth of young Chinese contemporary artists he has initiated a series of public art education programs to propel the development of contemporary art in China and provide access to a broader audience. In 2015, Lin joined the Dia Art Foundation’s Art Council. Recently, he has organized and participated in various events, including the M MEASURES FORUM Virtual reality – Paul Mccarthy’s Video Art Experiment (2018), the exhibition of Overseas Kizil Grottoes Murals & Recovered Cave Images, as well as taking part in the academic seminar Research of the Kizil Grottoes and the Silk Road. Lin Han participated in the film production and interviews on Kizil themed exhibition of the Chinese News Station CCTV 4’s Monks and Artists. He also organize the artist talk program Liu Wei and Tuymans: A Dialogue on Paintings at CAFA Art Museum (2018).

Tang Xin: Director of Taikang Space, Beijing

Tang Xin graduated from the Tianjin Technology University in 1990. As an active curator in Beijing since 1997, Tang Xin has curated a series of contemporary art exhibitions locally as well as establishing different forms of artistic exchange with Europe. In 2003, she joined Taikang Life Insurance Ltd, where she founded and served as the director of Taikang Space until present, an art institution known as one of the most vital non-profit art organizations in China. At the same time, as the head of Art Collection of the Taikang Insurance Group, she has made it into a leading corporation collection in the field in terms of scale and historical importance for over a decade. Tang Xin continues to focus on the development and promotion of modern and contemporary Chinese art. She has developed a unique systematic research approach by association of the socialist red revolutionary period art with contemporary art; her contribution in the history of photography, feminist art and the discovery and support for young artists is also significant.

Gregor Muir: Director of Collection of International Art, Tate Modern, London

Gregor Muir is presently the Director of Collection, International Art at Tate Modern. From 2011 – October 2016, Muir was Executive Director of the ICA, London, where he oversaw its exhibition programme. He also coordinated ICA Off-Site exhibitions in Birmingham, London and Hong Kong. Muir has frequently chaired panel discussion and talks with artists, including Lynda Benglis, Tracey Emin and Gilbert & George, as well as working on Frieze Talks in London. From 2004 – 2011, Gregor was the London Director of Hauser & Wirth, organising exhibitions in London, Zurich and New York with artists including Louise Bourgeois, Francis Picabia and Wilhelm Sasnal. Muir previously worked as the Kramlich Curator of Contemporary Art at Tate where he co-curated the first moving image exhibition Time Zones at Tate Modern, and In-a-Gadda-da-Vida with Angus Fairhurst, Damien Hirst and Sarah Lucas at Tate Britain, both in 2004. He also worked on contemporary art acquisitions for Tate Collections, and curated several displays of contemporary art from the Tate collection.