Nicole Wong is an independent curator specializing in emerging phenomenon in contemporary arts. Her works include exhibition projects in private and public spaces. She also works as advisor to selected individuals and groups who are keen in investigating critical connoisseurship issues through building thier own art collections.
Nicole Wong is methodical with private acquisitions and public projects. With keen eyes, and knowledgeable in art historical research, Nicole has worked with first time collectors as well as savvy professionals: matching contemporary art pieces with each of their unique art collecting objectives.
Nicole Wong received her Master's degree in Modern Art, Connoisseurship and History of the Art Market from Christie's Education New York. Upon graduation, she joined the auction house's Chinese Art department. In 2004, she started her independent curatorial projects. Some of her recent projects include working as editor for ABC Paper, Festival Director and Curator for Microwave International New Media Arts Festival 2006, contributing curator for Thermocline: New Asia Waves 2007 at ZKM Center for Art and Media.
Prior to her art career, Nicole has lived, worked and studied in Hong Kong, Japan and London. For five years, she was senior business executive of a London-based Fortune 500 company. During that time, she traveled extensively in China, Europe and S.E. Asia as business development specialist. Her executive background has enhanced her sophisticated acumen and keen focus in curatorial and project management.