Kevin Lam (PhD 2018) named Associate Curator to the Hong Kong Palace Museum
Kevin Lam joins the Hong Kong Palace Museum, opening in mid 2022, as associate curator. Lam received his PhD specializing in Chinese art from Northwestern University, beginning his curatorial career as a research fellow at The Cleveland Museum of Art. He has worked with several art and cultural organizations in Hong Kong, most notably the City University of Hong Kong exhibition gallery, and joins the Hong Kong Palace Museum from Tai Kwun. His scholarly interests include the art and visual culture of 20th century China.
This announcement appears in Orientations 51 no. 2 (March/April 2020). Image courtesy of the Hong Kong Palace Museum and the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority.
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Graduate Student Maryam Athari awarded 2020 Rhonda A. Saad Prize for Best Paper in Modern and Contemporary Arab Art
Maryam Athari was awarded 2020 Rhonda A. Saad Prize for Best Paper in Modern and Contemporary Arab Art for her article, “Diagnostic Revelation: Rifat Chadirji's Street Photography.”