Sau Wah Sarah NG 吳秀華
Curator, University Museum and Art Gallery 香港大學美術博物館館長
Office: University Museum and Art Gallery
DPhil in History of Art (University of Oxford), MA in Art Conservation (UCL), MPhil in History of Chinese Art (CUHK), BBA in Management of Organization (HKUST)
Dr. Sarah Ng is a historian of visual arts and material culture specializing in late imperial Chinese painting, calligraphy and ink rubbings. She rejoined the Hong Kong University Museum & Art Gallery (UMAG) as a curator for both historical and contemporary arts of China. The relationship and reinterpretation of the Chinese tradition in contemporary art practice is her primary area of scholarly interest. Her work also addresses collecting, connoisseurship, canon formation, workshop practices, art conservation, museum studies and bookplates. She lectures on these subjects and other areas of expertise internationally.
Chinese calligraphy, painting and rubbings, museology, art conservation and Hong Kong bookplates
Early Twentieth Century Collecting History of Chinese Art (ink rubbings) in Euro-America, the interpretation of the Chinese tradition in contemporary art practice using ink rubbings as a case study
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