|Residencia:||Reside en Nueva York, New York, Estados Unidos|
Sarina Tang is the founder and director of Currents - Art and Music, which, among other goals, focuses on stimulating the exchange between the art worlds in China and in Brazil. Ms. Tang is an art historian and curator, born in Shanghai and brought up in Sao Paulo, Brazil. She studied history of art at the Ecole du Louvre in Paris, France. Since the late 70s, she has surveyed contemporary art in Brazil, and since the late 80s, in China, and the international exhibitions in Venice, Kassel, Muenster and Biennials in different countries. Based in New York, for decades, with homes in Lucca, Italy, and Rio de Janeiro, and from 2005 until recently, in Beijing. Amongst her significant projects was Roy Lichtenstein's last commissioned Sculpture Plaza in Singapore, and curating 'Roy Lichtenstein - Landscapes in Chinese Style', exhibitions at the Singapore Art Museum and the Hong Kong Art Museum in 1998. In addition to being a curator, she is a philanthropist, on the board of Independent Curators International, member of the Library Council at Moma, New York, and member of the International Advisory Board of the São Paulo Biennial Foundation. Through Currents Art and Music, she has hosted 8 artists from Brazil in China, Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen in Brazil, and 4 curators from China in Brazil. Her passion for new music lead her to be the executive producer for 'The Bonesetter's Daughter' with the San Francisco Opera Company, based on Amy Tan's novel of the same name, with composer Stewart Wallace. In 2012-13, she co-produced 'Feng Yi-Ting' with composer Guo Wenjing, at Spoleto Festival USA, and then Lincoln Center Festival as well as the Luminato Festival in Toronto.
Baró Galería / São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil