Spot on Asia Curators’ Talk (Japan & Taiwan)

Oct 19 • London

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SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now (2018), co-curated by Naoki Yoneda for NACT and Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

Spot on Asia is a programme of events enabling attendees to learn about contemporary art in Asia, while supporting exchange opportunities between the UK and Asian countries. This autumn, we have invited two curators from Japan and Taiwan to deliver talks in the UK; Naoki Yoneda from The National Art Center, Tokyo (NACT) and Yu-Ling Chou from the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA). They will be meeting with organisations, artists and curators in the UK, and giving talks about their curatorial work. 

About the talks

Talks will cover curating contemporary art from a national museum perspective, and digital and moving image culture in the East Asia region. Naoki Yoneda will share his practice on curating exhibitions of Japanese contemporary art and working with international institutions. Yu-Ling Chou will speak about Taiwanese moving image art development and being curator of Taiwan Biennial. 


Naoki Yoneda
Curator, The National Art Center, Tokyo 

Chou Yu-Ling
In-house Curator, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art

Royal College of Art
Date: 29 Oct 2019
Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Address: Gorvy Lecture Theatre, RCA Dyson Building, Riverside, 1 Hester Rd, London SW11 4AN
FREE Entry – click here to book a free ticket

This lecture is delivered in partnership with the Royal College of Art, in association with videoclub. Supported by Arts Council England. Special thanks to the London-based curator Anne Duffau.

Spot on Asia is a public and professional development programme, developed to encourage conversations between arts professionals from the UK and Asia. The aim is to develop a network that benefits artists and organisations by providing opportunities to show and collaborate internationally.

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