LIN Chi-Ming’s primary fields of interest include theory of image, aesthetics, and French contemporary thoughts. He is active as an art critic, serving as a juror and nominator for the Taishin Arts Award for several years and has been the President of AICA Taiwan, a Vice President of AICA International and is now an International Board member of AICA International. His academic posts also include Adjunct Professor at National Taiwan University, and Visiting Professor at Paris-7 Diderot University. He has curated several exhibitions include Taiwan Avant-Garde Documenta, The Future Museum of NPM at the National Palace Museum, which won 2009 MUSE silver Awards, The Digital Hand at National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (2010), and HSIEH Chun-Te’s “Le Festin de Chun-te” at the 2011 Venice Biennale (both co-curated with Dominique Païni). He has been the chairperson of the Department of Arts and Design of NTUE and has curated the Grand Opening of MoNTUE. He has also translated the works of numerous contemporary European philosophers, including Foucault, Baudrillard, Benjamin, Bourdieu and Jullien. He has served as Director of National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art (2018-2020).