Akiko Miki

Ars Fennica expert 2013

Senior Curator, Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Since joining to the Palais de Tokyo in 2000, Miki has curated number of exhibition projects including of Tobias Rehberger (DE), Rivane Neuenschwander (BR), Meschac Gaba (BJ), Navin Rawanchaikul (TH), Henrik Håkansson (SE), Allora & Calzadilla (US&CU), Christian Marclay (CH&US), Ryan Gander (UK) and Joachim Koester (DK). She has a wide experience of working in international context as Artistic Director of Yokohama Triennale 2011, Co-director of D2 Art Project, Guest Curator of Mori Art Museum, Tokyo as well as curated shows at major institutions such as Benesse Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum, Barbican Art Gallery, London, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul and Essl Museum, Vienna. Some examples areTransCulture (1995 Venice Biennial) ; Taipei Biennial: Site of Desire (1998); Nobuyoshi Araki Retrospective (2005) ; Chalo! India (2008); Naoshima, archipel d’art et d’architecture (2009); French Window (2011). She is also co-author/co-editor of number of books including Araki, Self/Life/Death (Phaidon Press),Insular Insight (Lars Müller Publishers) which received DAM architecture book prize in 2011.