Juju Wang is a Chinese-American installation artist known for her mixing of Chinese culture and traditions with contemporary techniques and bold usage of new materials. Over the past several years, Juju has been exploring China's heritage through both techniques and philosophy that have amazed and inspired her to produce art installations focused on bringing old practices into the present day.

Juju has also had numerous successful collaborations with top luxury brands including Acqua di Parma, Dior, Givenchy, Swarovski, Tiffany, YSL, etc.

AmCham Shanghai's Future Leaders Committee will hold a talk by Juju Wang, the winner of the 2019 AmCham Future Leader of the Year Award on Sep 25, from 6:15-8:30pm. During the event, Juju will talk about her life journey from an engineering background to becoming an artist; how she came to discover traditional Chinese handicrafts and how they inspired her installation works: House of Clouds, PalaSee, golden leaf frame, and Sea-cret representative works. Juju will also highlight how she uses Chinese traditions to collaborate with luxury brands to market to consumers.


6:15pm Check-in

6:45pm Talk by Juju Wang

7:30pm Mixer

8:30pm Event Ends

About the Future Leader of the Year Awards

This was the fourth annual Future Leaders of the Year Awards, which recognizes young trailblazers under 41 in the community, whether through contributions to the community, success in their professional careers, or starting their entrepreneurial ventures. To celebrate the winners and share their stories, we will hold a series of mixers with the winners. Please click https://www.amcham-shanghai.org/en/article/future-leaders-year-awards-august-member-briefing​ for more about the awards.


  • Juju Wang (Installation Artist at Juju Wang Studio)

    Juju Wang

    Installation Artist at Juju Wang Studio

    Born in Shanghai China, but growing up in the United States, Juju has found herself at the meeting point between western future-orientated visual culture and traditional Chinese handcrafts, folklore and beliefs. Over the past several years, Juju has been exploring China’s heritage through both techniques and philosophy that have amazed and inspired her to produce art installations focused in bringing old practices into the present day.

    In 2016, Juju was invited as an installation artist to participate to the World Historical & Cultural Cities Expo in Nanjing, where she was asked to create a series of installations in the 600-year-old Chaotian Palace, the place where the main conference were held. It was the first time that a series of contemporary art installations were permitted in an official national cultural heritage palace in China and were collected by the Nanjing government.

    Juju presented “PalaSee” in front of mayors from over thirty cities and media across the world, and received glowing praise and recognition of having achieved its intended transformation of visitors’ experience of a traditional Chinese Palace. The exhibition period was extended by the mayor of Nanjing from one month to one year to welcome tourists from throughout China and the world.

    Another well-known work of hers is the House of Clouds. With nine consecutive stops in representative cities of China, the installation has brought into public view Dai paper: one of China’s listed national intangible cultural heritage, with over 800 years of history. Thousands of people have lined up, posted online and impacted millions of netizens to embrace the new face of Dai Paper.

    In 2018, Juju was awarded the title “China’s new Pioneer”, followed by “Asia’s new Pioneer” in 2019. It was a recognition statement for her evolutionary professional trajectory and the impact that her work has in promoting Chinese culture.

    This year, Juju received the “Designer Of the Future” Award by Swarovski. An award that selects three young talents across the globe each year to respond to crystal sustainability. In collaborating with Swarovski and Design Miami/Basel, her newest installation “sea-cret” was unveiled to an influential audience at Design Miami/Basel fair in June 2019.

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米域晶品 Mixpace at Crystal Galleria

上海市静安区愚园路68号晶品7楼 7F, Crystal Galleria, 68 Yuyuan Road, Jing'an District
Shanghai, China

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