I coordinate and facilitate art projects
related to the Chinese art scene
Na Buqi, At dusk after the rain… slanted sunlight… light spots of all sizes… fades,… washed off… and winding towards… the end, a sharp honking is heard… disappears, site installation, 2017 (details) Copyright ©️Na Buqi
Contemporary China Through the Lens of Its Creative Scene
Over the last decade, China has become one of the central players in the global art world, attracting international attention thanks to its vivid and dynamic creative scene. The contemporary Chinese art scene is an effective barometer for observing the constant flux in society and the concerns and aspirations of the nation’s youth, it is therefore a must- watch for any professionals who want to understand better Chinese young generation and society or willing to develop projects related to its creative scene.
It is for this reason that we have established The Sinoscope, a thematic publication and conference developed for professionals involved in the art and luxury fields. Drawing upon our knowledge of Chinese culture and our expertise in art, we carefully select artists profiles and provide significant cultural insights.
Lucille Enel giving an art tour at Art Basel Hong Kong
Art Basel Hong Kong
Guided Art Tours
At Art Basel Hong Kong, I did guided art tours that focused on emerging Chinese Artists, especially the generation born between the beginning of the 70’s and the end of the 80’s.
Sharing Experience & Networks
Through a selection of favorite artworks, I gave to the participants a glimpse of the diversity of the emerging art scene and the market trend. I was thrilled to be able to bring my 15 years of experience, knowledge and contacts together in this programme. Art Tours are available on demand, with the possibility of ‘Meet The Artist’ or ‘Meet The Gallery’ sessions.
Louis Vuitton Foundation Paris
Bentu - Chinese artists in a time of turbulence and transformations
This exhibition at Fondation Louis Vuitton brought together 12 artists from different generations who live on mainland China. Using a wide variety of techniques and media, drawn from both local tradition and culture, as well as newer cutting edge technologies – sometimes associating with or confronting these concepts – the artists reveal the complexities of a society that is in permanent mutation. The works highlight the current state of the economy and our ecological situation, and most notably, the transformation of the relationship between the city and the countryside. Questions relating to identity are also addressed.
This is the first exhibition devoted to contemporary Chinese art in France in the past 10 years. It is co-organised with the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art of Beijing (UCCA Beijing).
Participating Artists: Cao Fei, Hao Liang, Hu Xiangqian, Liu Chuang, Liu Shiyuan, Liu Wei, Liu Xiaodong, Qiu Zhijie, Tao Hui, Xu Qu, Xu Zhen and Yang Fudong.
Curated by: Suzanne Pagé
Co-curated by: Laurence Bossé, Philip Tinari & Claire Staebler
Invited by ARTER to work on the project, I assisted the curatorial team by coordinating the exhibition production with the artists (Suzanne Pagé, Laurence Bossé, Philip Tinari & Claire Staebler) and the production team (ARTER)
Xu Zhen, Eternity - The Soldier of Marathon Announcing Victory, A Wounded Galatian, 2014 (details)
Wang Keping and his work along with Zao Wouki's ink. Courtesy: Aktis Gallery
China Black: Wang Keping & Zao Wou-ki
Aktis Gallery London
The exhibition ‘CHINA BLACK’ was dedicated to two of the most influential Chinese émigré artists of the 20th century. Aktis gallery showcased a group of 16 sculptures by the contemporary sculptor Wang Keping alongside a selection of 10 Chinese ink paintings by the renowned Zao Wou-Ki.
Artist Liaison & Coordination
The gallery was interested in presenting Wang Keping’s work. I introduced the artist to the gallery and took part in the project design and implementation, as well as the coordination between the gallery and the artist.
Culture Chanel /Mademoiselle Privé
NAMOC Beijing / Guangzhou Opera House / Saatchi Gallery London
The Culture Chanel exhibition curated by Jean Louis Froment at the National Art Museum of China (NAMOC) in Beijing and at Guangzhou Opera House in Guangzhou, displayed more than 400 pieces including paintings, drawings, photographs, films, sculptures, manuscripts, apparel, perfume and jewellery, borrowed from public and private collections. At Guangzhou Opera House, the exhibition’s masterpiece was - Le train Bleu, the backdrop by Picasso.
Coordination & Public Programs
Invited by the french Production agency ARTER to work on Culture Chanel projects, I was in charge of the coordination between the Chinese Institutions and the production agency, and in charge of public programs. For the project Mademoiselle Privé, which took place at the Saatchi Gallery in London, I was in charge of running the exhibition and all of the public programs during the duration of its opening.
Guangzhou Opera House during Culture Chanel