Our extensive network of artists and specialist knowledge of programming make us the perfect consultants for all Chinese related arts events or exhibitions.
We have a proud 30-year history of ‘first’ UK solo exhibitions, featuring exceptional artists that go on to achieve international acclaim. We work with a wide array of partners to provide people with a lively and innovative programme of exhibitions, residencies, engagement projects, festivals, symposia and events. We have a wealth of experience of commissioning and working with Chinese contemporary artists and we are the only not-for-profit organisation working exclusively in the field of Chinese contemporary art.
We have acted as consultants for the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, National Portrait Gallery, British Museum, Arts Council England, Hong Kong Museum of Art, V&A, National Glass Centre and Tatton Biennial to name but a few. CFCCA can offer expert support for your exhibition, event or project – from research, curation and critical writing through to project delivery.
We are keen to share our passion and expertise in Chinese contemporary art, and believe in developing opportunities that encourage interest and dialogue around contemporary culture between East and West.
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All Are Guests – part of City States at Liverpool Biennial 2012
As the UK partner and consultancy agency for Hong Kong’s City States project at Liverpool Biennial 2012, CFCCA worked with the Hong Kong Arts Development Council and Hong Kong Museum of Art, assisting in the exhibition delivery, providing marketing support, and creating an outreach programme and associated events in response to the All Are Guests exhibition.
All Are Guests was an exhibition and education and outreach programme presenting 4 key artists/ groups from Hong Kong including Chow Chun-fai, Leung Mee-ping and CoLAB x SLOW.
Over 686,000 people attended the exhibition with an additional 300 participating in our specially devised education and outreach programme, introducing Contemporary Chinese arts practice with an engaging exhibition and programme of events.