Matteo Lucchetti is an independent curator, and art historian. His main curatorial projects include: Don’t embarrass the Bureau! (Lunds Konsthalle, Lund, 2014); Legally. Anna Scalfi Eghenter (Museo della Resistenza, Turin, 2013); Enacting Populism (Kadist Art Foundation, Paris 2011-2012); Practicing Memory (Cittadellarte, Biella, 2010). He is co-curator of Visible (Pistoletto Foundation / Fondazione Zegna), a biennial production award and research project on socially engaged artistic practices in a global context. He is a visiting lecturer at the Brera Art Academy in Milan, and at the Piet Zwart Institute, in Rotterdam. In 2013, he has edited the monograph on the work of Michelangelo Consani, titled The Caspian Depression. He has written for Manifesta blog, Art-Agenda, This is Tomorrow, and Mousse, among others. Matteo Lucchetti lives and works in Brussels.
Hong Kong Whistleblowers Club was presented as an extension of Lucchetti’s exhibition Don’t Embarrass the Bureau, at the Lunds Konsthall, Lund, Sweden.