Director, Mori Art Museum. Fumio Nanjo has been director of Mori Art Museum since November 2006. Prior to taking the directorship at the Mori, he had served as the museum’s deputy director (2002-2006), after working with cultural organizations including the Japan Foundation(1978-1986). His main achievements include commissioner of the Japan Pavilion at the Venice Biennale (1997), commissioner at the Taipei Biennale (1998), artistic director of the Yokohama Triennale 2001, artistic director of the Singapore Biennale (2006/2008). He graduated from Keio University in the faculty of Economics(1972) and Letters (Philosophy, Aesthetics and Science of Arts, 1977). Publications include From Art to the City, a record of 15 years as an independent curator (Kajima Institute Publishing Co., Ltd., 1997), Asian Contemporary Art Report: China, India, Middle East and Japan (Bijutsu-Nenkansha Co., Ltd., 2010) and A Life with Art (KADOKAWA CORPORATION, 2012).