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Carol Yinghua Lu (b. 1977, Chaozhou, China; lives and works in Beijing) is a Co-Founder and Co-Editor of Contemporary Art & Investment magazine and a Contributing Editor for Frieze. She has written frequently for international art journals and magazines including e-flux journal, The Exhibitionist, Yishu, Tate Etc. and Contemporary. Her texts on contemporary art have appeared in many art catalogues, books, publications and critical journals. From 2005 to 2007, she was the China researcher for Asia Art Archive (Hong Kong).

Her curatorial work includes The Temperament of Detail, Red Mansion Foundation (London, 2006); Foreign Objects, Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna, 2007); The Weight of Reality, Marella Gallery (Beijing, 2007); curatorial projects in ARCO'06 and ARCO'07 (Madrid); Community of Tastes: The Inaugural Exhibition at the Iberia Center for Contemporary Art (Beijing, 2008); and There is No Story to Tell: An Exhibition of International Artists, Tang Contemporary (Beijing, 2008). Carol Lu was Founder and Art Director of Suitcase Art Projects, a project space of the Today Art Museum (Beijing, 2009-2010). Lu is one of the Artistic Co-Directors for the 2012 Gwangju Biennale.

She is also currently working in collaboration with the artist Liu Ding on an upcoming project at OCAT (Shenzhen) entitled Little Movements: Self-Practice in Contemporary Art, which includes an exhibition, a series of round table discussions, public programs, and a critical reader / exhibition publication.

Lu was a Fellow at the ZKM 2009 Summer Seminar: Contemporary Art and the Global Age, led by Hans Belting. She has served on numerous juries and advisory panels, including: International Advisor for the Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto (2009-2010); advisor to Pro Helvetia Swiss Arts Council for its program China 2008-2010; and jury member for Geisai #11 (Tokyo), among others. Most recently, Lu served on the jury for the Golden Lion Award at the 2011 Venice Biennale.

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