Doors 门艺 was founded in 2017 by Bérénice Angremy and Victoria Jonathan, two French women living between Paris and Beijing who are passionate about China and its transformations.
Doors 门艺's dynamic network spans China and Europe, and includes world-class curators, project managers, designers, graphic designers, art directors, photographers, videographers, web developers, PR and community managers.
Bérénice Angremy 黎静
- DEA from Ecole Du Louvre (Chinese art history) and from Paris 7 University (Mandarin)
Based in China for 15 years (Beijing and Taipei), now living in France and working between Europe and China
Co-founder of several pioneering artistic ventures in China: Dashanzi International Art Festival (2004-2007) in 798 Art District, Caochangdi PhotoSpring - Arles in Beijing Festival (2010-2012)
Curator (Christian Dior & Chinese Artists at UCCA, 2008) and director of art agency Thinking Hands from 2003 to 2012
Cultural attachée of the French Embassy in China from 2012 to 2017, overseeing the coordination of Croisements Festival, the largest foreign cultural festival in China
Carine Liang 梁欣然
Graduate from Peking University (School of Foreign Languages, M.A. French Literature, B.A. French literature, and double major: L.L.B. International studies) and exchange program in EPHE (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris)
Co-Founder and Executive director of Metesis Productions, an independent studio specialized in making educational contents for the MOOC and other form of online courses in China and to promote liberal arts education. (2014-2016)
Mentor and tutor in Peer Experience Exchange Rostrum, a non-profit organization in shaping youth leadership in rural China through innovative extracurricular service-learning projects.
Victoria Jonathan 零零
Graduate from Columbia University (East Asian Languages and Cultures), La Sorbonne and Paris 7 University (Philosophy and Mandarin)
Producer of cultural projects in collaboration with institutions (Centre Pompidou, UCCA, Nuit Blanche) and brands (Louis Vuitton, Estée Lauder, Philippe Starck) at Soundwalk and as an independent producer from 2009 to 2013
Director of radio and TV documentaries about Beijing’s art scene (France Culture, Voyage / Fox)
Head of communications for the Culture section of the French Embassy in China from 2014 to 2017, particularly in charge of the promotion of Croisements Festival, the largest foreign cultural festival in China
Jin Xinzhu 金馨竹
Graduate from Paris 4 University (Langue Française Appliquée) and Wuhan University (French Language and Culture)
Coordinator of sino-french projects in collaboration with the Alliance Française de Wuhan and the Consulate General of France in Wuhan
Translator and interpreter in collaboration with the publishing house Chongwen, the Consulate General of France in Wuhan and Alliance Française of Wuhan