Curator, art critic & architect, Keyang Studio
Professor Tang Keyang is a curator, art critic and architectural designer. His studio is committed to creating a blend of art and architectural designs that is multidisciplinary in its methodology and visionary in its goal. He has a doctorate in design from Harvard.
Tang has been involved in a variety of curatorial, research and design projects, including his curatorship of the China Pavilion at the 12th Venice Architectural Biennale in 2010. He is the author of many books and articles, including From Ruined Gardens to Yan Yuan (the Garden campus of Peking University); Romance of Chang’an; The Last Days of Loyang;Ten Lectures on Chinese Museums; and Delirious New York (his translation). Tang directed the interdisciplinary research programme at the National Art Museum of China (NAMOC). An expert in museum architecture, he had served as jury member and professional consultant for many key museum projects, such as the recent international competition for a new NAMOC building adjacent to the Beijing National ‘Bird’s Nest’ Stadium.