|Date:||Tues, 10 October 2017|
As part of the public programme Collecting as Practice, we are delighted to host a public conversation with Rudy Tseng, one of our collectors-in-residence, and Pauline J. Yao, Lead Curator of Visual Art at M+ Hong Kong.
In their conversation Tseng and Yao will explore their shared interests in the changes in presentation and consumption of art in Taiwan, China and the broader region, over the last three decades, particularly involving the intersection of the commercialisation of art on an international scale and the burgeoning museum sector.
Rudy Tseng is Delfina Foundation’s collector-in-residence from 09-15 October 2017 as part of our Collecting as Practice programme. Rudy is an independent curator and a full-time art collector based in Taipei and actively involved in the international art scene, sitting on several international committees. Read more about Rudy here.
Pauline J. Yao is lead curator of visual art at M+, Hong Kong, and a founder of the nonprofit art space Arrow Factory in Beijing. A contributor to e-flux journal, and the Chinese-language publications Artco Monthly, and Contemporary Art and Investment, she is the author of In Production Mode: Contemporary Art in China (CCAA/Timezone 8, 2008), an editor of 3 Years: Arrow Factory (Sternberg Press, 2011), and the editor of a monograph on the work of Heman Chong titled The Part in the Story Where We Lost count of the Days (Art Asia Pacific, 2012).