Sonja Ng is a curator and writer based in Queens, NY.
Previously, she was Platform Manager at Asia Contemporary Art Week (ACAW), where she organized the symposium FIELD MEETING: THINKING PROJECTS at Asia Society Museum and SVA Theatre, with 24 participating artists and curators including Simon Fujiwara, Nancy Adajania, Taus Makhacheva, Hajra Waheed and Tiffany Chung, among others.
As Curatorial Assistant at M+ in Hong Kong, she project-managed the museum’s inaugural film screening program M+ Screening: Moving Images (2015), featuring works by Isaac Julien, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Tsai Ming Liang, and other filmmakers and artists, and the first major collection exhibition, M+ Sigg Collection: Four Decades of Contemporary Chinese Art (2016). She has also served as Assistant Curator at Osage Gallery, where she organized and curated exhibitions for artists such as Shirley Tse, Lee Kit, Lani Maestro, Chen Shaoxiong, and Tsuyoshi Ozawa.
In addition to her curatorial roles, she has worked at The Armory Show and as Junior Specialist in Contemporary Asian Art at Sotheby’s. She holds a BA in Art History and German Studies from Binghamton University and an MA in Art History from CUNY Hunter College where she received the 2019 Shuster Award for Outstanding Master Thesis from the School of Arts & Sciences.