Chief Director

Wang Shaoqiang

Wang Shaoqiang, professor and doctoral supervisor, is the director general of Guangdong Museum of Art, vice president of Guangdong Artists Association, executive vice president of the Association of Guangdong Museums of Art, professor and supervisor of Master students in Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, professor and doctoral supervisor in the Faculty of Humanities and Arts of Macau University of Science and Technology, member of the Advisory Board under the Ministry of Education, member of the Academic Council of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, and member of China Artists Association. He earned his bachelor degree from the Department of Art of University of Shanghai for Science and Technology in 1994 and graduated from Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts in 2002 as a master of art. He was as a visiting scholar in Central Academy of Fine Arts from 2009 to 2010 and served as the dean of School of Visual Communication of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts in 2010. He was acknowledged as the Excellent Teacher in Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts in 2013 and Guangdong's Leader of Cultural Publicity and Promotion in 2017.


Alejandro Castellote

Born in Madrid in 1959, in 1982 he began working as a photography curator. Since 1985 until 1996 he was director of the Photography Department at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid, where he organized five editions of the Festival FOCO and created the Minerva Photography Gallery, a space devoted to emerging photographers.
He was an artistic director and founded the International Photography Festival PHoto España in Madrid from 1998 to 2000. He worked for Lunwerg Publishers as responsible for Contemporary Photography, publishing among others MAPAS ABIERTOS.Fotografía Latinoamericana 1991-2002. During 2005 and 2006 he was content adviser for C International Photo Magazine in London and curated the exhibition C on Cities for the Venice Biennale of Architecture 2006. He was a guest curator for Latin America of Photoquai (2007-2009) a Biennial organized by the Museum Quai de Branly at Paris-, guest curator at the Seoul Photo Fair 2010, Korea, curator for the first three editions of the Festival Getxophoto in Bilbao. In 2012 was guest curator of the Singapore International Photography Festival and curated at MAPFRE Foundation the exhibition and book Spain throughout Photography. 1839-2010 (2013). In 2014, he was the curator of the Daegu Photo Biennale in Korea, and in 2015 chief-curator with Wang Qingsong and François Hebel of the First Chang-Jiang International Photography & Video Biennale, in Chongqing, China.
He teaches workshops and collaborates as photography critic and essay writer for different national and international publications. He participated as professor in the Joop Swart Masterclass 2010 at the Foundation World Press Photo in Amsterdam. In 2006 he was awarded with the Prize Bartolomé Ros for the best professional track record in photography in Spain. Since 2014 through 2016, he lived in Peru where he was the director of the Latin American Master of Photography and Visual Arts at the Centro de la Imagen of Lima. 


Bao Dong

Bao Dong is an art critic and independent curator based in Beijing. Born in Anhui in 1979, he graduated in 2006 from the Department of Art History, Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts. In contributing essays to the artistic dialogue and other forms of involvement. Since 2005, His articles have been widely published in art journals and artist monographs both at home and abroad. He has curated many exhibitions for a wide range of art institutions including Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, the Art Center of Chulalongkorn University, Guangdong Times Museum, Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum, OCT Contemporary Art Terminal Shanghai etc. He was awarded Asian Cultural Council (ACC) fellowship grant in 2014, and became a nominee of Independent Curators International's (ICI) for the 2014 Independent Vision Curatorial Award. Recently he was awarded Yishu Awards for Curating Contemporary Chinese Art 2016. In 2016, he started two new initiatives: "Wen Hua Guan", an art project based on mobile terminal and "Film by Artist", a short film project dedicated to the development of contemporary video artists. 


Zeng Han

Born in Guangdong in 1974, Zeng Han graduated from Jinan University in 1997 with a major in International Journalism and Communication and from Global Photography program of School of Visual Arts (SVA) in New York, 2009. Zeng served as a newspaper photographer and editor for newspaper and magazines such as New Express Daily and the 21st Century Business Herald , and was the image director of City Pictorial from 1997 to 2008.
Zeng has held exhibitions in art galleries, art biennials, photography festivals in over a dozen countries including China, the United States, France, Germany and Australia and so on, and his series of works have been collected by institutions such as Shanghai Art Museum and Art Gallery of Ontario and collectors. He won the 2007 Best Photographer Award of China Youth, Top 20 of Chinese Emerging Contemporary Photographers by China Photographers Association in 2011, and so on.
As a curator, Zeng Han organized the 2012 Singapore International Photography Festival; In the 3rd Dali International Photography Festival in 2011, he won the Garuda Best Curator Award; and the 1st Lianzhou International Photography Festival Exhibition in 2005, he won the Annual Outstanding Curator Award. 


Qin Wei Feng Yuan Yang Xiaoyan Chen Weixing
Pi Li Gu Zheng