Christina Yang is an independent curator/writer/educator based in New York.
A contemporary art, performance, and museum specialist, Yang's work focuses on spectatorship, politics of the image, archives, experimental dance, and feminist care. She has filled curatorial roles at the Berkeley Art Museum + Pacific Film Archive, Williams College Museum of Art, Guggenheim, Queens Museum, and The Kitchen. Her dissertation Performance and the Gaze: Spectatorship in The Kitchen Archive, 1974-84 is forthcoming in Performance Studies from the Tisch School of the Arts, NYU. She was a visiting faculty member in the Museum Fellows Term Program for Spring 2023.