Co-organizer @ Peking University, Beijing, April 2016″
New York & Paris Art Institution Training Course, organized by Peking University and Arts Without Borders is an international high-level arts management training program. This short-term course offers unparalleled opportunities to learn from and communicate with a range of world-class directors of art institutions in New York and Paris through lectures.
Lecturers includes Christy Maclear, Executive Director of Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Peter Eleey, Deputy Director of MoMA PS1, Michael Findlay, Member of the Board of Christie’s Auctions, Michael Royce, Executive Director of New York Foundation for the Arts, and Olivier Kaeppelin, former Director of Palais de Tokyo.
Art Competition Co-organizer of Great China Region @ New York, February – April 2016″
The 2016 Chelsea International Fine Art Competition celebrates 31 years of extraordinary art and artists. Co-organizing this well-known international art competition with Agora Gallery, Arts Without Borders takes charge of the promotion in the Greater China Region.
The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition, followed with a collective exhibition is an ideal way for artists to gain valuable exposure and exhibit artworks to a wider audience. It is the ﬁﾞrst time this international art competition initiates the promotion activities facing to the Great China Region. Arts Without Borders is currently working on it, so as to get Chinese artists, especially the emerging artists connected to the international art scene through competitions, staying in front of important museum curators, art experts, and collectors in New York.
Our venue bases in Mainland China runs from renowned galleries in Beijing, to more classical locals as well as state of the art techno art space, which puts us in unique advantageous position to provide infinite possibilities for all kinds of art.
Latin America has always been our major focus. By the efforts of our Non-Executive Director Eleanora Battiston, we established working relationship with Cuba’s National Museum of Fine Arts, which grants us convenient access to bring Cuban art to global perspective and vice versa.