Assistant Professor of Art History and Asian Studies
Visual Arts Center
“China’s Emerging Art Market: Debates on art, criticism, and commodity in the early 1990s.” Negotiating Difference: Contemporary Chinese Art in the Global Context, ed. Juliane Noth et al (VDG Weimar, 2012).
“Subversion, Culture Shock, and ‘Women’s Art’.” n. paradoxa 29 (January 2012): 22–31
“A New Visual Rhetoric: Tang Kaizhi’s Taichi series.” Looking Between the Lines. Beijing: One Moon Gallery, 2007; appears in Chinese translation as “Xin de shijue yuyan: Tang Kaizhi de taiji xilie” in Zhongguo Yishu [Chinese Art] no. 1 (2008) and Dongfang Yishu [Oriental Art] no. 15 (2008).
“Re-reading Contemporary Chinese Art.” Orientations 37, no. 6 (September 2006): 85–89.
“Miao Xiaochun: Phantasmagoria.” Art Asia Pacific 45 (Summer 2005): 85–86.
“Dis/Placement: Yin Xiuzhen’s City Installations.” Yishu 4, no.1 (April 2005): 87–101.
Wu Hung, ed. Contemporary Chinese Art: Primary Documents. With the assistance of Peggy Wang. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2010 [Review: The New York Review of Books (April 28, 2011)]
Wu Hung. Shu: Reinventing Books in Contemporary Chinese Art. With the assistance of Peggy Wang. New York: China Institute Gallery, 2006.
“Made in China: Symbols and slogans of place in 1990s contemporary Chinese art,” Association of Asian Studies Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, March 23, 2013 (forthcoming).
“Urbanization, Mediation, and Globalization in Contemporary Chinese Art,” Excavating the Image: The Birth of RMB City by Cao Fei Symposium, Smith College Museum of Art and Kahn Liberal Arts Institute, January 11, 2013 (invited).
“Politics of Intervention: Tracing the intersections of contemporary art and media in China” Media, Art, and Activism in the Middle East and Asia Lecture Series, Michigan State University, November 29, 2012 (invited).
“Artifice of Art: Advertisements in Contemporary Chinese Art,” Cultures in Contact Lecture Series, Institute for Chinese Studies, The Ohio State University, May 25, 2012 (invited).
“Black and White and Red All Over: Spaces of urban intervention in Beijing Youth Daily’s 1994 Art Interior Design series,” College Art Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, February 22, 2012.
“Approaching Contemporary Chinese Art,” Scholars’ Day Forum, Museum of Modern Art New York, October 15, 2010 (invited).
“Critical Discourses: Debating the Value of Contemporary Chinese Art in the 1990s,” Negotiating Difference: Contemporary Chinese Art in a Global Context Conference, House of World Cultures, Berlin, Germany, October 24, 2009.
“The Ties that Bind: Contemporary Chinese Artists in the 1990s Global Art System,” Association of Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, March 28, 2009.
“Constructing Market and History: The 1992 Guangzhou Biennial and the Second Documents Exhibition,” College Art Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, February 27, 2009.
“Exhibiting the Nation: Negotiating Cultural Authority in Multinational, Transnational, and Intranational Exhibitions of Contemporary Chinese Art in the 1990s,” Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations Conference, Tokyo, Japan, August 23, 2005.
Franke Institute for the Humanities Doctoral Fellowship (2009–2010)
Center for East Asian Studies Dissertation Write-up Grant, University of Chicago (2008–2009)
Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship, U.S. Department of Education (2006–2007)
Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, U.S. Department of Education (2003–2006, winter–summer 2008)
Wellesley-Yenching Graduate Fellowship at the National Palace Museum in Taipei (2001–2002)