Co-sponsored by HOW Art Museum and Onehome Art Hotel (Shanghai), HOW International Curatorial Residency Program launches an open
call for curators, scholars and arts writers worldwide who are interested to get deeper insight of Chinese contemporary art scene. The
residency program aims to motivate residency exchange opportunities around the world and to forge durable institutional relationships in the
long run. Individualized arrangements will be provided for each curator-in-residence. The arrangements include meetings with art professionals,
studio visits, gallery and institution visits, and attendance at selected performances and other events. Furthermore, the curators-in-residence
are invited to work in close collaboration and coordination with HOW Art Museum team, as well as to produce a website/Wechat article or
essay, or to organize a public event such as a lecture.
- Open for curators, scholars and arts writers worldwide who are not currently based in Shanghai and interested to get deeper insight of Chinese contemporary art scene.
- Both institutional and independent curators and scholars who work with all kinds of disciplines within the context of contemporary art are eligible to apply.
- Applicants should have at least a moderate level of English or Chinese speaking ability, and should feel comfortable engaging in discussions in one of these two languages.
Application starts from April 1, 2018 and continues throughout the year.
Notification: The selected participants will be notified via email.
Residency: Up to 30 days since April 20, 2018. The applicants can propose their preferred time frame, the minimum stay is 7 days. The final
dates for arrival and departure to and from Shanghai should be discussed between HOW Art Museum and the selected participants.
Enquires & proposal submission
Please send enquiries and proposals to HOW Art Museum via email (email@example.com). Please include:
–CV (include academic background, relevant past projects, and references if possible)
–Research proposal (include at least one precise research topic and suggestions for meetings around the identified artistic/cultural focal
从 2018 年 4 月 1 日开始接受申请，并常年持续。
The program provides accommodation at Onehome Art Hotel (Shanghai) and working space at HOW Art Museum (Shanghai).
Accommodation will be provided, while travel costs will not be included.
About HOW Art Museum
HOW Art Museum was founded by Chinese collector Mr. Zheng Hao, and Mr. Yun Cheagab has served as director of the museum since 2012. It consists of two museums, namely HOW Art Museum (Shanghai) and HOW Art Museum (Wenzhou). The latter opened in 2013 and has held nearly 20 contemporary art exhibitions.
HOW Art Museum (Shanghai), as a new cultural institution located in Pudong New District of Shanghai opened to public in September, 2017. It pioneers to create a new model of operating a “Night Art Museum” for the convenience of the public, opening from 1 pm to 10 pm regularly, and 10 am to 10 pm on the weekends and holidays. The museum spreads over three floors, with the first and second floor as the exhibition space while the third floor on which HOW Design Center and HOW Store are situated.
Following the inaugural exhibition MANIFESTO: Julian Rosefeldt. Works 2005- 2017 (September 20 - December 31, 2017), the current exhibition on view at HOW Art Museum (Shanghai) is Lettres du Voyant: Joseph Beuys x Nam June Paik (January 20 - May 13, 2018) which presents the representative works by German artist Joseph Beuys (1921-1986) and Korean-American artist Nam June Paik (1932-2006) throughout their artistic careers.
About Onehome Art Hotel
Onehome Art Hotel (Shanghai), the largest art hotel in China seeking to create an experience of "Comfort and Art All Day Long" is next door to HOW Art Museum (Shanghai). As the significant component of HOW Art Complex, Onehome Art Hotel (Shanghai) showcases art from the collection of HOW Art Museum as well as the collection of the museum founder Mr. Zheng Hao. More than 1000 art pieces, ranging from Royal Cloisonné antiques to contemporary art by artists such as Damien Hirst, Yayoi Kusama, and Markus Lüpertz are exhibited at every corner of the hotel. The 16-story hotel boasts of 319 rooms with 28 themed suites which are each modeled after the work of a particular master including Pablo Picasso, Gustav Klimt, Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol.