Namiko Kunimoto is a specialist in modern and contemporary Japanese art, with research interests in gender, race, urbanization, photography, visual culture, performance art, transnationalism, and nation formation. Her book, The Stakes of Exposure: Anxious Bodies in Postwar Japanese Art, was published in February 2017 by the University of Minnesota Press.
Jorrit Britschgi graduated from Zurich University with an M.A. in East Asian Art History and Chinese Studies and a Ph.D. in East Asian Art History. His research focuses on art from China and Northern India. He was appointed Executive Director of the Rubin Museum of Art in 2017. He also serves as publisher of Artibus Asiae, an academic journal specializing in the arts and archaeology of Asia.