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Mia Yu
Mia Yu is a Beijing-based art critic, curator, and visual researcher specializing in twentieth-century Chinese art. In 2015, she won the CCAA (Chinese Contemporary Art Award) Art Critic Award for her contributions to art criticism. Her new book In Circulation: Chinese Artists Between the State, the Market and the Art System (tentative title) will be published in 2018. As a curator, Mia Yu has organized symposiums and panel discussions at OCAT, Asia Art Archive, and Guangdong Times Museum. Most recently, she has also engaged herself in artistic practice inspired by art historical research. The first part of her ongoing art project titled Atlas of Archives was presented at the exhibition Pan Yuliang: A Journey to Silence, at Villa Vassilieff, Paris, in 2017. Based on her research on Pan Yuliang (1895-1977), the project takes the shape of a moving cartography using various archival images, maps, personal photos, notes, and letters. Mia Yu has served as a member of the jury for a number of art awards in China, including the upcoming Porsche Young Artist Award.
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Going to the Country: Reconsidering Chinese Art Practices and Participation in the Rural Context
Volume 14, Number 2, March/April 2015
by Orianna Cacchione, Mia Yu
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The Atlas of Archives: Guest Editor’s Introduction
Volume 16, Number 4, July/August 2017
by Mia Yu
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