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Pi Li is the Sigg Senior Curator of M+, a visual culture museum in Hong Kong. He previously served as the deputy executive director of the art administration department at the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA, 2001-2012); the co-founder and director of Boers-Li Gallery in Beijing; and the co-founder of Universal Studios-Beijing (2005-2012). Exhibitions Li curated include Right is Wrong: Four Decades of Chinese Art in M Sigg Collection at Whitworth Gallery in Manchester and Bildmuseet in Umea 2015 and 2014; Under Construction at Tokyo Opera Museum in 2002; Moist: Asia-Pacific Media Art at the Beijing Millennium Monument Art Museum in 2002; Fantasy Zone at Art Museum of DongA Daily in 2001 and Beijing Modern Art Center in 2002; Image is Power at He Xiangning Art Museum in Shenzhen in 2002. Other positions include advisor of Asian-Pacific contemporary art to the Tate Collection; curator for the Asian-Pacific region for the Artist Pension Trust; curator of Media City Seoul in 2006; and director of the 2006 Chinese Contemporary Art Awards. He has also served as curator for the Sao Paulo Biennial in 2002; the Shanghai Biennial in 2002; and Allôrs la Chine at Centre Georges Pompidou in 2003. Publications include From Action to Concept (2015), the Age of Curators (2003)and Postmodern Sculpture (2001). Li earned his Ph.D. degree in art history from Central Academy of Fine Arts. Li is a Fellow of the fifth class of the China Fellowship Program and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.