Christine Wang

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Cristine Wang is an American new media curator and art critic.

She then turned to her other love of art in 1999 she traveled to China, from Beijing to Hangzhou to Shanghai and met artists in their studios for an exhibition in 2000 called "Dystopia & Identity in the Age of Global Communications" at Tribes Gallery, East Village, NY, which was reviewed in the New York Times by Holland Cotter. It was the first exhibition in the United States of in a physical space.[1][2]

She then curated an exhibition of artists and architects simultaneous to and in the abound of the Venice Biennial, entitled "Re:Duchamp", which was reviewed in El Pais by Stefano Caldano.[3]

Wang is included in the UNESCO digi-arts Knowledge Portal,[4]