The World Bank Art Program cordially invites you to participate in a Brown Bag Seminar:
Contemporary Chinese Art
Ms. Shigeko Bork, Curator and Director of the Mu Project, Washington, D.C.
This seminar will focus on the following subjects:
Ground-breaking exhibitions which put Chinese Contemporary Art on the map; What is happening to the Chinese Contemporary Art market? Where to go to see art in Beijing and Shanghai? How are Chinese artists becoming more global? New artists to watch.
Ms. Shigeko Bork, is the Curator and Director of Mu Project. Bork founded the Mu project in 2004. The project is dedicated to presenting contemporary art from Asia to the Washington DC area audience. The main objective is to continuously expose and excite the sophisticated Washington audience to the dynamism and beauty of contemporary Asian art and culture.
Ms. Bork works with artists living in Asia and also those who have permanently or temporarily relocated to the West. While currently focusing on artists from China and Japan, she will also feature works from India and other countries. In this Brown Bag seminar, Ms. Bork will talk about the current arts’ scene in China, where the most prominent artists are and how she sees the country’s current success stories shaping that scene.
Friday, November 10, 2006; 12:30 p.m.
Main Complex Building of The World Bank, Suite MC8-100
To RSVP please send an email to email@example.com
Or call the World Bank Art Program at 202/ 458-0333