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From right: May Xue Mei and Venus Lau Sau Yee.

K11 Art Foundation Announces New Appointments

Adrian Cheng’s K11 Art Foundation, which supports the development and distribution of Chinese contemporary art, has announced a series of new appointments.

May Xue Mei has been made the organization’s new director of education and institutional relations as well as the assistant general manager of K11. She will be responsible for bolstering K11’s international presence while driving its outreach, branding, and strategic planning. She will also oversee every art-related project for K11 sites throughout Northern China. May Xue Mei was formerly the CEO of the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing.

Venus Lau Sau Yee will now be the artistic director of the K11 Art Foundation and the assistant general manager of K11. She will be in charge of shaping the foundation’s programming, content-building, and the realization of numerous K11 projects. She will also be in charge of all art-related assignments in Southern China. Before K11, Venus Lau Sau Yee was the artistic director of the OCT Contemporary Art Terminal in Shenzhen and a consulting curator at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing.

Joining the women are Jeannie Wu, who has been made the acting cultural manager of the K11 Art Foundation, and Jilly Ding, who is now K11’s head of research and acquisitions.

 

 

 

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