International Studio Programme : February 2009

Philip Tinari

Writer/Curator

Philip Tinari

Philip Tinari is a writer and curator based in Beijing. He is a contributing editor to Artforum, and founding editor of artforum.com.cn, the magazine's Chinese-language website. In 2007, he opened Office for Discourse Engineering, an editorial studio focused on publishing, research, and translation related to contemporary art in China. Tinari has written for publications including The New York Times Magazine, Parkett, Art AsiaPacific, McSweeney's, The Wall Street Journal and theChinese journal Dushu.

This project is supported with 03-funds, a support program underwritten by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for enhancing collaboration in the contemporary art field in countries in the south.


Luluc Huang

Writer/Curator

Luluc Huang

Luluc Huang's writings on international art, film and fashion are widely syndicated across the Chinese cultural media, and her blog is well known throughout the Chinese art and literary world for its characteristic mix of cultural commentary, criticism and gossip. She has worked as Asia representative for Artforum International (2006-08), curator at the non-profit art space UniversalStudios-Beijing (now Boersli Gallery, 2005-06) and editor of Rear Window(2003-05), at that time China's leading online film discussion forum. She holds a masters in Comparative Literature from Nanjing University, Nanjing, People's Republic of China.

This project is supported with 03-funds, a support program underwritten by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for enhancing collaboration in the contemporary art field in countries in the south.