Michael Xufu Huang

Michael Xufu Huang started his personal contemporary art collection at age 16 as a London high schooler at Dulwich College. He co-founded M WOODS, an independent, not-for-profit art museum which, since its inception has hosted exhibitions featuring a mix of Chinese and international artists, from Andy Warhol, Ai Weiwei, and Tracey Emin to up-and-comers like Amalia Ulman, Yngve Holen and Yu Hongli. He curated his first major exhibition this past summer, 'Heart of the Tin Man', exploring the double effect of technology on our daily life. A recent graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Huang also sits on the board of the New Museum in New York, USA. He is based in Beijing, China

Michael Xufu Huang discusses supporting emerging artists, using WeChat and his first curatorial project, ‘The Heart of the Tin Man’

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