Tiange Yang is a curator and writer based in Beijing, China. He currently holds the position of curator-at-large at the Beiqiu Museum of Contemporary Art, Nanjing, and is enrolled in a Ph.D. in art history at Peking University.

Yang has curated numerous exhibitions including Leisure of Auteur and Amateur; How many times, I have left my everyday life; Diving Deep for Light into Darkness; Contamination: Not for Perfection, but for Contamination; Buddhist Youths: United Collective Indifference, and There are Volcanoes Under the Sea at institutions including Cloud Art Museum, Beiqiu Museum of Contemporary Art, Inside-Out Art Museum, Goethe-Institut, Hua International and others.

Yang is the inaugural recipient of the Mo Yuan: Art History Research and Writing Grant in the field of contemporary Chinese art writing from the New Century Art Foundation. His research explores issues of the body and the construction of identity, and nationalist formations in twentieth-century China and the contemporary world.