Bisi Silva （Lives in Peru）
Bisi Silva is the founder and art director of CCA who has devoted to the study and the plan of international contemporary art and feminine art. Moreover, she has been one of the curators for many significant Biennales.
Cui Cancan(Born in 1987. Lives in Beijing)
Cui Cancan, Chinese independent curator, is active in Chinese contemporary art and the joint area connected art and social movement, who stands out and gets much attention for planning experimental exhibitions and critical projects.
Wang Qingsong (Born in 1966. Lives in Beijing)
Since 1996, he engaged in photography. Solo exhibitions have been organized at the International Center for Photography (ICP), NYC; Guangdong Art Museum, Frost Art Museum, Miami, Daegu Art Museum, Korea. Group exhibitions include Venice Biennale, Istanbul Biennale, Kiev Biennale,Shanghai Biennale and etc.
Curators: Bisi Silva, Cui Canan, Wang Qingsong
Founder and Producer: Chen Huijiang
Chairman of Organizing Committee: Zou Lin
Vice Chairman of Organizing Committee: Zhong Jian
Overseas Organizer: Zhang Fang
Academic / Artistic Director: Zhou Neng
Academic Support: Gao Peng, Yu Xiaofeng
Exhibition Promotion: Wang Zheng, Chen Yongjie
Media Support: Chen Changqing, Wang Yi, Chen Yanqiu
Curatorial Assistant: Luo Jianhang, Li Rongfeng,Luo Tiantian
This Biennale includes two parts: one is Theme Exhibition, the other is Special Project. Five Units makes up the Theme Exhibition, namely, “Video Art and Film Art”, “Images and Visual Communication”, “Images and books, classic magazines, network”, “Images and Local time, Self-organization, Experimental space”, “Images and Contemporary Art”.
The objective of this Biennale has settled as “Rip it up”, which metaphorizes that everything develops from nothing, symbolizes that image art are ubiquitous and influenced all trades and professions, and manifests the Biennale‘s ambition to enter into the public full-fledged.