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Zhang Ting


Zhang Ting is a lecturer with the China Academy of Art, with the Shanghai Institute of Design since 2001, and transferred to the Academy’s School of Design and Innovation in Hangzhou in 2018. She holds her PhD diploma in Art Theory and Museology, also an independent curator.

Exhibitions curated and co-curated by Zhang Ting have been national and international, such as Material Consequences--Ceramic Art from China, Norway, Denmark and Canada, Kunstgarasjen-Bergen Norway, 2018; 4th Documentary Exhibition of Fine Arts\STRESS FIELD, Hubei Museum of Art/Fine Arts Literature Art Center, 2017; new talents-biennale cologne in Cologne, Germany, 2016; Wall, No Walls, United Art Museum, Wuhan, 2016; The Artist is not Present, Art is Present, Wu Zuoren International Art Foundation, 2015; Wild Heart- -An Art Exhibition of German Neo-Expressionism since 1960s, China Art Museum, Shanghai, 2014; Dazzling: Exhibition of Italian Expressive Arts in the Second Half of the 20th Century, China Art Museum, Shanghai, 2014; Extend Your Fist: Paintings Exhibits of Ecuadorian Master Oswaldo Guayasamin, China Art Museum, Shanghai, 2014; Reading People-the 3rd Shanghai International Printmaking Exhibition, China Art Museum, Shanghai, 2014; Congratulations from the World--Exhibition for the World Art Treasure, China Art Museum, Shanghai, 2012.

Zhang has also been invited as an international curator to participate in numerous cultural exchange programs, including the research programme on Norwegian contemporary art scene which supported by Royal Norwegian Consulate General Shanghai, 2019; Curator Exchange Programme of documenta 14 and Sculpture Project Münster organized by Goethe Institut, 2017; Oslo Open Art Festival by Royal Norwegian Consulate General Shanghai, 2015; HuTan-Chinese Exchange Programme in Cultural Management by Goethe Institute and Stiftung Mercator Foundation, 2015.

Zhang was Chief Editor of International and Shanghai Section, 99 Art Media and is a writer for art media such as Art China, ArtCo China, Art China.com and 99ys.com. Zhang was co-translator of museum directors essays Whose Muse? Art Museums And The Public Trust, published by Princeton University Press and introduced by China Youth Publishing Group, 2013.

From 2008 to 2010, Zhang was the supervisor of Asia, Australia & New Zealand Division, Culture Events Department, Bureau of Shanghai Word Expo Coordination, responsible for all National Day Culture Events and Daily Culture Events from 44 Asian countries at Shanghai 2010 World Expo, and won awards such as Advanced Woman Individual of Making Achievement of Shanghai City, Advanced Individual of Service Assurance of World Expo Park, Youth Post Expert of World Expo Park, Model Staff of 2010, etc.

As an artist, Zhang’s collaborative work Chinese Dragon Liquor attended the 6th International Arte Laguna Prize at Venice, Italy and was collected by Museo di Storia Naturale di Venezia, 2012, and her collaborative work The Warmth of Paper was included in the 9th Lucca Biennale, Italy, 2018.