Lu Jie is an artist, curator and the Founder and Director of the Long March Project, which was founded in 1999 and is an ongoing art project that links Chinese and international artists. The Long March Project has been exhibited at numerous locations internationally: the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo (2004), Museum of Contemporary Art, Lyon (2004), Shanghai Biennale, China (2004), Taipei Biennale, Taiwan (2004), Yokohama Triennale, Japan (2005), Sao Paulo Biennale (2006) and the Asia Pacific Triennial, Brisbane, Australia (2006).
He is the author and editor of a variety of monographs on Chinese contemporary art and artists and has curated numerous contemporary art exhibitions in Asia, Europe and North America, including the Chinese presentation at the Second International Biennale of Contemporary Art, National Gallery, Prague (2005) and the Yokohama Triennale, Japan (2005). Jie is a Senior Research Fellow in the programme of Curatorial research at the Dartington College of Art, UK. He organised the first international curatorial symposium Curating in Chinese Context in Zunyi, China in 2002 and has presented lectures and talks at numerous educational institutions and museums in Asia, Europe and North America.