Nicole Ching, co-founder of Museum 2050 and curator of ‘Re:orient’, an online exhibition that asks what it means to be Chinese today. Photo: Ernest Chang Nicole Ching, co-founder of Museum 2050 and curator of ‘Re:orient’, an online exhibition that asks what it means to be Chinese today. Photo: Ernest Chang
Nicole Ching, co-founder of Museum 2050 and curator of ‘Re:orient’, an online exhibition that asks what it means to be Chinese today. Photo: Ernest Chang

‘Re:orient’: online art exhibition curated by Nicole Ching asks what it means to be Chinese

Through the exhibition, the co-founder of Museum 2050 explores the ever-changing, expansive and diverse experience of being ‘Chinese’ while connecting artists directly with gallerists and collectors

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Nicole Ching, co-founder of Museum 2050 and curator of ‘Re:orient’, an online exhibition that asks what it means to be Chinese today. Photo: Ernest Chang Nicole Ching, co-founder of Museum 2050 and curator of ‘Re:orient’, an online exhibition that asks what it means to be Chinese today. Photo: Ernest Chang
Nicole Ching, co-founder of Museum 2050 and curator of ‘Re:orient’, an online exhibition that asks what it means to be Chinese today. Photo: Ernest Chang
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