Caroline Ha Thuc is a Hong Kong-based French art writer and curator.
Specialised in Asian contemporary art, she contributes to different magazines such as ArtPress in France and Pipeline in Hong Kong. Prior to moving to Hong Kong, she spent two years in Tokyo and published Nouvel Art Contemporain Japonais about the post-Murakami Japanese art scene. She recently published books related to arts in Hong Kong and China with both French and English versions, such as Contemporary Art in Hong Kong and After 2000: Contemporary Art in China.
As a curator, she focuses on promoting dialogue between artists from different cultures. Her recent exhibitions include “Radiance”, “Hong Kong Bestiary”, “Shelters of Resistance” and “The Human Body: Measure and Norms”. She is also a member of the International Curatorial Advisory Board of the Open Sky Gallery in Hong Kong.