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Kong Chang’an
Kong Chang\'an is a critic, curator and artist. From 1978 to 1982, he studied in the English department at the Xi\'an International Studies University. During this period, he organized and participated in the Xi\'an Modern Art Exhibition. In 1988, he graduated with an M.A. degree from the art history department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts. After graduation, he worked at the Beijing International Art Palace and the Art Gallery of the Central Academy of Fine Arts. He participated in the organizing committee of the China/Avant-Garde Exhibition in 1989. Between 1991 and 1993, Kong attended the University of Bologna in Italy, studying in the visual art department. In early 1992, using the penname “Chan, Lauk\'ung,” he published an influential early article, “Ten Years of the Chinese Avant-garde: Waiting for the Curtain to Fall,” in Flash Art. In 1993, he was one of the curators of the Aperto section of the Venice Biennale. In late 1990s he moved to the United States and currently lives and works in California.
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Panel Discussion: Exhibition as Site—Extended Case Study (China 1993)
Volume 13, Number 3, May/June 2014
by Anthony Yung, Julia F. Andrews, Andreas Schmid, Chang Tsong-zung, Francesca Dal Lago, Kong Chang’an, Wang Youshen
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