Wenjui (Terry) Huang

Education Background:Ph.D. in History of Art, Harvard University

Research Interests:Art Theory and Criticism, Semiotics of Visual Languages, Consumption Behavior in Art Market and Culture Studies, Art Index and Investment in Art

Primary Email:terryhuang@fudan.edu.cn

Overview

Professor Wenjui Huang, Professor of Finance (Practice-Track) at Fanhai International School of Finance.

Professor Wenjui Huang used to be the board and senior partner for Motif Art Group in New York and the faculty at the Graduate Center of City University of New York, New York University, Yale University. And he held a forum of Semiotics of Visual Languages in Contemporary Art at University of Oxford. His research interests also cover the topics of Art Theory and Criticism in Modern Art, Consumption Behavior in Art Market and Culture Studies, Art Index and Investment in Art. He was also a former research curator at Museum of Modern Art in New York, a panel advisor for National Endowment for the Arts (USA), a fund manager at JP Morgan, and previously Vice President and CEO of Motif Art Group. His books include An Art Odyssey in the Modernist Era, Art Market and Investment Decoded, Maze of the Walls: Critical Issues in Public Art, Nudity, Identity and Parody: Response to Marcel Duchamp in the Éntant Donnés Era, Philip Guston: Night Studio and His Art in Woodstock, and many of his articles have been published by Art Journal, Art Forum, Art in America, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism as well as a variety of museum journals worldwide.

Currently he also serves as an art advisor to private, corporate, foundation, and European and Middle-East royal art collections.


(Updated by July 2021)