Danielle Shang

Danielle Shang is a Los Angeles-based curator, writer, and art historian. Her research interests include artistic and intellectual developments in contemporary art history in Asia. Her recent focus is on the impact of globalization, urban renewal, social change, and class restructuring on art-making in China, where artists participate in the decentralized informal economy to produce works to be disseminated in the institutionalized formal system of the global art world. She received her M. A. in East Asian Studies from UCLA.