Alfred Dong

Alfred Dong is independent curator and visual artist living in Beijing, Bangkok, and New York. His curatorial practice explores identity in a globalized society, as well as ideas inspired by Nicolas Bourriaud’s theory “Altermodern.” Dong has curated exhibitions internationally, co-organizing with various American, Italian, and Dutch institutions. He is the guest curator for the 2012 Noorderlicht International Photofestival (The Netherlands). Other curatorial projects include: The Harmony between Man and Heaven at Blokhuispoort in Leeuwarden; co-curator and planner of the exhibition by International Center of Photography (NY) at China Lishui Museum of Photography; and the 2011 Lishui International Photography Festival (China). Dong was the curator for a large slide presentation, China Face 1990-2010 at the 2010 Athens Photography Festival (Greece); and curator of American Chinese Design Exhibition at Hangzhou Creative Expo 2011. He was also Adjunct Director of the International Exhibition at China Lishui Museum of Photography (2011). As a visual artist, Dong’s films and videos were screened in the United States, France, and Italy. His artworks have been exhibited at Bienal de Cerveira in Portugal; WRO Media Art Biennale in Poland; Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Japan; Moscow Museum of Modern Art; Corcoran Gallery of Art, D.C; White Box, New York; Apexart, New York; and Arcade Gallery, Chicago, among many others.

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What Does it Mean to be International?

Developed by ICI in collaboration with the Mori Art Museum, the Curatorial Intensive: What Does it Mean to be International? will examine the current state of the Asian contemporary art scene within the larger global context.

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2013 Tokyo Curatorial Intensive Symposium

Join ICI and the 2013 Tokyo Curatorial Intensive on Saturday, November 2 for a daylong public symposium where the participants will present the exhibition and project proposals that they have developed through the program.

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