Luo Fei is a curator, art critic and artist born in 1982 in Chongqing who
currently lives and works in Kunming. He graduated in 2004 from the Fine
Arts College of Yunnan Arts University, where he majored in printmaking.
Since 2002, he has been primarily engaged in the creation of performance art,
video works, and other forms of conceptual art, exhibiting both within China
In 2005, he planned and initiated the art project Jianghu, which received
much national attention. Luo Fei has been Gallery Director of TCG Nordica
Cultural Center in Kunming from 2007 to 2015, where he curates and
organizes numerous international exhibitions and cross-cultural projects. He
also contributes art reviews and artist interviews to various media platforms.
Paying particular attention to the spiritual connotations of works, Luo Fei has
dedicated himself to the description of what makes local Chinese
contemporary art scenes unique within a greater art landscape, building
bridges for dialogue and collaboration in the Chinese contemporary art field
in an increasingly globalized world. His book To Start from Art: Essays and
Interviews on Chinese Contemporary Art has been published by Shanghai
Joint Publishing in 2014.
Luo Fei came as an artist-in-residence at NKF in august 2016. He participated in the hanging of the exhibition, that was a result of an one-and-a-half-year long collaboration, did a performance and the opening and had a lecture at NKF on contemporary performance art in China. The other 7 artists in the Swedish-Chinese project are: Lei Yan, Zi Bai, Xue Tao, Madeleine Aleman, Jannike Brantås, Rikard Fåhraeus and Ylva Landoff Lindberg.