Li Zhenhua is the inaugural curator for new institutions in China, such as K11 Chi Art Space, Shanghai (2013), Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai (2014), Ginkgo Art Space, Beijing (2015) and A4 Art Museum, Chengdu (2017), curator of the FILM sector and Art Basel Hong Kong since 2014. Founder of Big Whale, Berlin (2016), Chronus Art Center, Shanghai (2014), A307, Beijing (2014) and Laboratory Art Beijing (2006), he has been active in the artistic field since 1996 – his practice mainly concerning curation, art creation and project management. Since 2010 he has been the nominator for the Summer Academy at the Zentrum Paul Klee Bern (Switzerland), as well as for The Prix Pictet (Switzerland).
Li Zhenhua was a member of the international advisory board for the exhibition Digital Revolution at the Barbican Centre in the UK in 2014, received as member of the international advisory board for Videotage and Symbiotica in 2015. He has edited several artists’ publications, including Yan Lei: What I Like to Do (Documenta, 2012), Hu Jieming: One Hundred Years in One Minute (2010), Feng Mengbo: Journey to the West (2010), and Yang Fudong: Dawn Mist, Separation Faith (2009). A collection of his art reviews has been published under the title Text in 2013.