2 years ago, by Khanh Trinh
Curator of Japanese art
Khanh Trinh received her PhD in East Asian art history from the University of Zurich. Her research focuses on pre-modern East Asian painting, Japanese woodblock prints and Asian contemporary art. Khanh has worked as a curator of Japanese art and lectured in Japanese art history in Germany, Italy and Japan before her appointment as curator of Japanese art at the AGNSW in 2007. Recent exhibitions and publications include Genji: The World of the Shining Prince (2009), Hymn to Beauty: The art of Utamaro (2010) and Kamisaka Sekka: Dawn of Modern Japanese Design (2012).