Spaces for contemporary art
MO-Industries is an art agency and pop-up gallery project with team-members operating in Singapore, Doha, Shanghai and Berlin. Committed to introducing exciting young artists and contemporary art from Asia to Europe and vice versa, we shed light on cultural traits and peculiarities.
MO was founded in 2014 to foster cultural exchange between China and Germany. In 2015, Singapore and Hong Kong were added to the portfolio, broadening MO’s outlook within the Asia-Pacific region. MO continues to work on enlarging its global footprint, searching temporary spaces for its shows with a main focus – thus far –on fine art photography.
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We provide art consultancy and art-rental services as well. For further information, drop us a line at email@example.com
Dr. EVA MORAWIETZ
Director & Founder
Before she came to Asia, Eva used to work as an art curator at the National Gallery in Berlin. With a Ph.D. in American Studies / Art History, she specializes in art and literature of the 1950s to the 1970s, as well as contemporary art. Her most recent field of interest is Chinese contemporary art with a focus on photography and video work.
(SIN) +65 90665517
(GER) +49 1721855781
(CHN) +86 15618297410
Chris Jiang | 蒋佳艺
Chris is an event-professional with several years of experience as freelancing project manager. Having graduated in both Business Administration and British & American Literature, she combines business acumen with heartfelt love for the arts. She joined MO in 2016 and is responsible for all financial and logistical matters. She is currently based in Doha. Please contact Chris, should you wish to communicate with us in Mandarin or Cantonese. 如您希望通过普通话或广东话与我们联系，也请联系Chris。
(QTR) +974 3315 7007
Andrea is a freelance photographer living and working in Berlin since 1999. She specialises in corporate, portrait-and people photography. For more, visit www.andreakatheder.de
(GER) +49 1728234995
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