Founder and Chief Curator, Long March Project
Lu Jie is the founder and director of the Long March Project, a widely acclaimed ongoing art project working to link Chinese and international artists across border, region, and geography. It has been exhibited in several locations including National Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo (2004); Museum of Contemporary Art, Lyon (2004); 2004 Shanghai Biennale, China; 2004 Taipei Biennale, Taiwan; 2005 Yokohama Triennale, Japan and will take part in 27th Sao Paulo Biennale (2006) and the next Asia Pacific Triennale, Brisbane, Australia (2006). He is the author and editor of 17 monographs of Chinese contemporary art and artists and has curated numerous contemporary art exhibitions in Asia, Europe and North America, including the Chinese presentation at the Second International Biennale of Contemporary Art, National Gallery, Prague (2005) and the 2005 Yokohama Triennale, Japan. Lu Jie is a senior Research Fellow in the program of Curatorial research at the Dartington College of Art, UK, and was a guest lecturer, among other institutions, at the California College of Art (2005). He organized the first international curatorial symposium ‘Curating in Chinese Context’, in Zunyi, China, 2002, and has presented lectures and talks at numerous educational institutions and museums in Asia, Europe and North America.