Ming Gao, M.A.
Doctoral Fellow, China Scholarship Council
Gao Ming is currently a PhD student at Peking University. He received his M.A. in Art history from the Peking University in 2014 with a research on art of the Han dynasty, titled "Images of Barbarian in the tombs of Han dynasty." He received his B.A. in Geography from LanZhou University in 2009. Between 2012-2013, he was an assistant curator in the exhibition "Social Sculpture: Beuys In China." In 2015, he was a lecturer in Guangdong Xin'an Technical College. Between 2015-2016, he was a pre-doctoral fellow at Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz.
- Art and Archaeology of Han Dynasty (206 BC—220 AD)
- Artistic exchange and contacts on the Silk Road between 13th–14th century
- Historiography of art history in 20th century
- The terminological dictionary of Vasari's Vite