China Academy of Art
Jiang Jun
non-partisan, Professor, Master Supervisor

Jiang was born in October 1974. He graduated from Tongji University with a bachelor's degree and Tsinghua University with a master's degree. 

Jiang has long been engaged in urban-rural research and experimental creation by various means. He has visited more than 200 cities in China and nearly 60 countries in the world. Known as a prestigious Chinese research-oriented designer, editor, and independent curator, he was the founding chief editor of Urban China (2005-2010), research supervisor at Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture, and Design (2010-2011), and visiting scholar of ESRC Center of University of Oxford (2011-2012). He was also the chief curator of such exhibitions as “The Street Belongs to Us” in China (2008), China Pavilion of Mostra di Architettura di Venezia (2014), and Inter-World-View (World Young Scientists Summit Hangzhou, 2020). Besides, he is also the curator of the American tour of Urban China at the New Museum in New York, Hammer Museum in Los Angeles and MCA in Chicago (2009-2010), Shekou Roundtable: 2025 (2015), and Countryside (Architecture Wuzhen, 2018), etc. His book publications include but are not limited to Urban Wisdom Advancing with China (2009, Timezone 8) and First Village of Special Zone (2010, Collection).

Professional Titles

Professor at the School of Design &Innovation at CAA

Director of the Research Institute of Society & Strategy at CAA