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Amy Sherlock:《frieze》杂志副主编

Amy Sherlock是现居英国伦敦的作家和编辑。从二零一五年起,她担任国际艺术和文化出版物《frieze》杂志的副主编,领导针对亚洲地区以及建筑和设计的报道。她是每年十月在伦敦举办的弗里兹艺术与建筑论坛的策划人,曾经参与该论坛的演讲者包括大卫·阿贾耶、坂茂、大卫·奇普菲尔德和安娜贝勒·塞尔多夫。除《frieze》杂志的工作以外,Sherlock还在众多学术期刊、艺术出版物和全国性报纸上发表过文章。此外,她曾任Open Source总监和策划人,这是一项目于由艺术家发起的于二零一四到一六年间在伦敦东区免费开放的当代艺术节。

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。

Alexis Şanal:建筑师

Alexis Şanal,一九七四年出生于洛杉矶,是一位建筑师。Şanal关注人与环境设计之间的流畅关系,这在她的学术和职业追求上均有所体现。她针对社区开展的建筑和城市设计项目屡获奖项,这些项目也体现出她将教育、文化和市民空间视为不断生长的空间,与此同时她也在物理和自然环境空间中巧妙地采用科技和生态手法。目前,Şanal正在对伊斯坦布尔街头市场「巴扎」的结构进行研究,同时她还发起了名为Wedgetopia的项目旨在将剩余不用的土地改造成充满活力的城市场所。此外她还担任Bomontiada的创意委员会成员,关注城区公共领域再造。萨纳尔在美国南加州建筑学院(SCI-Arc)获得学士学位(一九九五),硕士毕业于麻省理工学院城市规划专业(二零零二),是美国建筑师协会会员。

马岩松:MAD建筑事务所创始人、合伙人

马岩松是MAD建筑事务所创始人、合伙人。他出生于北京,被誉为新一代建筑师中最重要的声音和代表,是首位在海外赢得重要标志性建筑的中国建筑师。他致力于探寻建筑的未来之路,倡导把城市的密度、功能和山水意境结合起来,通过重新建立人与自然的情感联系,走向一个全新的、以人的精神为核心的城市文明时代。从二零零二年设计浮游之岛开始,马岩松以「梦露大厦」、哈尔滨大剧院、胡同泡泡三十二号、鄂尔多斯博物馆、朝阳公园广场及黄山太平湖公寓等充满想象力的作品,在世界范围内实践着这一未来人居理想的宣言。二零一四年,马岩松获邀成为美国卢卡斯叙事艺术博物馆首席设计师,成为首位获得海外重要文化地标设计权的中国设计师。同时,他还通过一系列国内外个展、出版物和艺术作品,与公众一起探讨城市与建筑的文化价值。马岩松曾就读于北京建筑工程学院,后毕业于美国耶鲁大学并获硕士学位。目前他是北京建筑大学教授,美国南加州大学、清华大学客座教授。

Mari Spirito: 北京国际艺术高峰论坛国际策划

Mari Spirito女士是首届「北京国际艺术高峰论坛」的国际策划人。她在世界范围内开展了丰富的策展实践和艺术管理工作。她是非盈利艺术机构Protocinema(伊斯坦布尔和纽约)的创办总监及策展人,该机构自二零一一年开始在全球各地策划场地特定的艺术展览。从二零一四年开始,她策划了巴塞尔艺术展「与巴塞尔艺术展对话」单元,并担任巴塞尔艺术展众筹项目评委。Spirito多也是Onassis Cultural Center(纽约和雅典)的顾问策展人,曾于二零一五至一七年期间创办伊斯坦布尔Alt Art Space并担任策展人,她在二零一二年出任「第二届土耳其马尔丁双年展」顾问,二零零零至一二年期间她是纽约303画廊的总监。目前,她现为纽约Participant Inc.空间理事会主席。

彭晓阳:外交公寓12号空间、掩体空间和纹身店实验艺术空间的创始人

彭晓阳是外交公寓12号空间、掩体空间和纹身店实验艺术空间的创始人兼主持人。他通过创办和运营独立艺术空间来进一步策动实验性当代艺术项目的发生,强调以空间语境为出发点的在地性探索,以期实现艺术生态的多样化。彭晓阳特别关注自我扩张和自我封闭的艺术系统对个人基本权利的侵害,他试图通过独立空间形态上的非营利和结构上的分权实践,来探讨针对这种侵害的救济方法。从二零一六年至今的三年时间里,彭晓阳主持了三个空间的策划工作并已经实施的二十三个展览和项目。彭晓阳毕业于中国政法大学经济法专业,随后转修北京大学民商法硕士,并有着多年与国际贸易相关的法律从业经验。

Anne Ellegood:洛杉矶汉默美术馆高级策展人

Anne Ellegood从二零零九年起担任洛杉矶汉默美术馆的高级策展人。在此之前,她是华盛顿赫希洪博物馆和雕塑园的当代艺术策展人。一九九八至二零零三年,她是纽约新美术馆的联合策展人。除了策划展览和建立收藏,她主管汉默美术馆展览系列和公众参与项目。Ellegood为包括《Artforum》、《Bomb Magazine》、《Art Journal》、《Tate Etc》等在内的学术期刊供稿,亦为众多画册撰写过文章。Ellegood经常举办关于当代艺术的演讲并参与了众多论坛、或担任展览评审,她还担任了多个院校艺术和策展研究生课程的客座批评家。Ellegood在巴德学院策展研究中心获得策展实践的硕士学位,她在巴德学院、罗德岛设计学院、乔治·华盛顿大学艺术学院、菲利普斯伊利诺伊大学当代艺术研究中心任教。

Aaron Cezar:德尔菲娜基金会创始总监

Aaron Cezar是德尔菲娜基金会的创始总监,他负责策划和发展艺术家驻地、展览、公共平台等项目。在过去的十一年中,他将德尔菲娜基金会定位为在英国、中东、南亚等地区发展创意实践的重要艺术中心。他曾在在海沃德美术馆项目空间、宋氏艺术空间等机构策划过展览和表演项目,今年他在即将举行的威尼斯艺术双年展框架内也有策展项目。他的文章曾发表在《艺术新闻》、《芭莎》和《亚太艺术》等媒体。塞萨尔也是德尔菲娜基金会的战略合作伙伴贾米勒艺术机构的总顾问,他亦担任过许多机构的董事会、委员会和顾问团的成员。

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Amy Sherlock: Deputy Editor of frieze Magazine

Amy Sherlock is a writer and editor based in London, UK. Since 2015, she has been the deputy editor of frieze, the international arts and culture publication, where she leads on coverage from Asia and of architecture and design. She is the curator of the annual Frieze Art & Architecture Conference, which takes place in London every October and has featured speakers including David Adjaye, Shigeru Ban, David Chipperfield and Annabelle Selldorf. In addition to frieze, she has had writing published in numerous academic journals, arts publications and national newspapers. She was one of the directors and curators of Open Source, a free, artist-initiated contemporary arts festival, which took place in East London between 2014 – 16.

Wang Yanling: CEO of SevenStar Group and 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.

Alexis Şanal: Architect

Alexis Şanal, born in Los Angeles in 1974, is an architect. Alexıs’ vision of a streamlined relationship between people and the design of their environment is reflected in her academic and professional pursuits. She has received awards for her architectural / urban design contributions from the community which reflects her passion towards pedagogical, cultural and civic environments that serve as spaces of living culture; all while embracing technologies and ecologies intelligently within the physical and natural environment. She is currently leading the research intiative in the Istanbul street market structure, The Pazar, and is launching the Wedgetopia an initiative for transforming residual land into vibrant urban places. She is a member of Bomontiada’s creative board for the district-wide public realm realization. She graduated from MIT with a M.A. in City Planning (2002) and SCI-Arc with a B.A. (1995).

Ma Yansong: Founder & Principal Partner of MAD Architects

Ma Yansong is the Founder & Principal Partner of MAD Architects. Beijing-born architect Ma Yansong is recognized as an important voice in the new generation of architects. He is the first Chinese architect to win an overseas landmark-building project. As the founder and principal of MAD Architects, Ma leads design across various scales. In recent years, many of Ma’s designs follow his conception of the “Shanshui City”, which is his vision to create a new balance among society, the city and the environment through architecture. Since designing the “Floating Island” in 2002, Ma has been exploring this idea through an international practice. At MAD, Ma has created a series of imaginative works, including Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, Absolute Towers, Harbin Opera House, Hutong Bubble 32, Ordos Museum, Chaoyang Park Plaza, Huangshan Mountain Village, etc. In 2014, Ma was selected as the principal designer for Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, which made him the first Chinese architect to design overseas culture landmark. Parallel to his design practice, he has also been exploring with the public the cultural values of cities and architecture through domestic and international solo exhibitions, publications and art works. Ma graduated from the Beijing Institute of Civil Engineering and Architecture, and holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Yale University. He is currently a professor in Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, as well as an adjunct professor in University of Southern California, and Tsinghua University.

Mari Spirito: The Curator of Beijing Art Summit

Mari Spirito is the Curator of Beijing Art Summit. She has developed curatorial projects and taken part in art management internationally. She is the founding director of Protocinema, a non-profit art organization based in Istanbul and New York, realizing site-conscious exhibitions around the world since 2011. She has programmed Conversations for both Art Basel and Art Basel Miami Beach since 2014 and was a juror for the Art Basel Crowdfunding Initiative. She is an Associate Curator of Visual Arts, at the Onassis Cultural Center in both Athens and New York. She served as Curator and Director of Alt Art Space / Bomonti, Istanbul from 2015 to 2017, an Advisor to the 2nd Mardin Biennial, Turkey, 2012, and Director of 303 Gallery New York from 2000 to 2012. She is President of the Board of at Participant, Inc, in New York.

Peng Xiaoyang: Founder of The Bunker, DRC No. 12 and Tattoo Parlour, Beijing

Peng Xiaoyang is the founder and director of the art spaces DRC No.12 (located in the Beijing diplomatic residence), The Bunker and Tattoo Parlour. Using space as a basis to explore locality and realize diversity within the ecosystem of art, he has been a catalyst for experimental contemporary art projects through the establishment and operation of independent spaces. Peng Xiaoyang is concerned with how a personal sense of expansion or isolation within an art system can damage individual rights. He intends to work out solutions through non-profit and decentralized art spaces. Since 2016, he has lead three art spaces and its curatorial projects and realized 23 exhibitions. After graduating from China University of Political Science and Law, where he majored in economic law, he continued to study civil and commercial law at Peking University where he earned his master degree. In addition, he has many years of legal work experience in the field of international trade.

Anne Ellegood: Chief Curator of Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

Anne Ellegood has been the Senior Curator at the Hammer Museum since 2009. Previously, she was Curator of Contemporary Art at the Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C. and from 1998-2003, she was the Associate Curator at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York. In addition to organizing exhibitions and building the collection, she oversees the Hammer Projects series and the Public Engagement program. Ellegood has contributed texts to a number of journals, including Artforum, Bomb Magazine, Art Journal, Tate Etc, etc. She has written numerous catalogue essays. Ellegood regularly lectures on contemporary art and participates on panels, juries exhibitions, and serves as a visiting critic to graduate programs in fine arts and curatorial practice. She received her MA in Curatorial Practice from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College and has taught at Bard’s CCS, Rhode Island School of Design, School of the Visual Arts, George Washington University, and at The Center for the Study of Modern Art, University of Illinois at The Phillips.

Aaron Cezar: Founding Director of Delfina Foundation

Aaron Cezar is the founding Director of Delfina Foundation, where he curates and develops its interrelated programme of residencies, exhibitions and public platforms. Over the last eleven years, he has positioned Delfina Foundation as a leading centre for the development of creative practice from the UK, the Middle East, South Asia and beyond. Cezar has curated external exhibitions, performances and programmes at Hayward Gallery Project Space, SongEun Artspace, and soon, in the framework of the forthcoming Venice Biennale of Art. He has written for The Art Newspaper, Harper’s Bazaar, and ArtAsiaPacific, among others. He is Advisor-at-large at Art Jameel, one of Delfina Foundation’s strategic partners, and he has been appointed to numerous boards, committees and advisory groups. Cezar graduated from Princeton University with a first degree in Economics and a certificate in Dance and Theatre. He earned a postgraduate degree in the Creative & Cultural Industries from King’s College London. In June 2017, he was awarded an Honorary Fellowship from the Royal College of Arts, London.