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Phoebe Wong and Eliza Gluckman
Eliza Gluckman was Curator of the New Hall Art Collection at Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, the largest collection of works by women in Europe, from 2015 to 2018, and is Co-Founder of A Woman’s Place Project (Day+Gluckman). She has an M.A. in Fine Art (University of Edinburgh) and Curating Contemporary Art (Royal College of Art) and has a specialised knowledge of Southeast Asian art. Over the past twenty years she has worked in diverse arts environments including SPACE Studios, the RSA, Parasol Unit, Asia House, Victoria and Albert Museum, and National Trust, and written for Art Asia Pacific, Yishu, Art Review, and the Guardian online. She is a trustee for Block 336, an artist-run space in Brixton, South London. Gluckman took up the post of Senior Curator and Deputy Director of the Government Art Collection (UK) in April 2018.; Phoebe Wong has a background in design and anthropology. She is a Hong Kong-based culture worker with a special interest in contemporary art, design, and visual media. She is a co-founder of the Community Museum Project, a research and curatorial collective dedicated to revaluating indigenous creativity and the under-represented histories and practices of the everyday. Wong was Head of Research at the Asia Art Archive before becoming an independent researcher and critic in 2012. Wong is currently a member of the International Association of Art Critics, Hong Kong, and a Broad Director of Videotage.
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The Parallax of Generations and Genders: Women in Art, the Hong Kong Case
Volume 17, Number 4, July/August 2018
by Phoebe Wong and Eliza Gluckman
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