Robin Peckham, Co-Director

Peckham began his career with Long March Space and then Boers-Li Gallery in Beijing, and over the last fifteen years has honed his skills as a curator, writer, editor, and institutional leader in Greater China. Between 2014 and 2018, Peckham served as Editor-in-Chief of LEAP, the bi-lingual international art magazine. As an independent curator, Peckham has organized internationally recognized exhibitions, most notably “Art Post-Internet,” the first institutional historical survey of that controversial idea, which he co-curated with Karen Archey for Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing in 2014; “Full of Painting and Weirdness: Painting as a Universalism,” produced for M Woods Museum in 2015, as well as “The Shanghai Gesture/ Our Real Your Surreal: Dali and Chinese Contemporary Art,” for K11 Art Foundation in 2015. Peckham has also served as a jury-member for the Hugo Boss Asia Art Award in 2015, and he was included on Apollo Magazine’s 2016 “Thinkers” list.

Magnus Renfrew, Co-Founder & Co-Director

Magnus Renfrew has twenty years’ experience in the international art world, the last decade of which have been spent in Asia. Previously, Renfrew served as founding fair director for ART HK: Hong Kong International Art Fair (2007-2012) and Art Basel in Hong Kong (2012-2014). Renfrew has been widely recognized for his contribution by art industry media and has been named twice in ARTREVIEW as one of the 100 most influential people in the international art world. In 2013 he was honoured as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. In 2016 Renfrew founded the ARTHQ / Group, a leading service provider for the art world with offices in Hong Kong and London. In 2017, his book Uncharted Territory: Culture and Commerce in Hong Kong’s Art World was published by Penguin. Renfrew served on the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (2014-2016) and currently serves as Chair of the Advisory Council for Para Site Art Space in Hong Kong.

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