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2018.02.26 Mon, by

Liang-Pin Tsao
TKG+ Projects

Liang-Pin Tsao: Becoming/Taiwanese pivots around Martyrs’ Shrines across the island. Capturing the Martyrs' Shrines through photography, the artist then transfers the imagery along with archival images of the Shinto shrines onto light boxes, juxtaposed with historical documents, in an attempt to foreground the past relationship between Taiwan and Japan. >> Read more
2017.06.17 Sat, by

FROM CHINA TO TAÏWAN. Pioneers of abstraction (1955-1985)

Le Musée d'Ixelles presents the large group exhibition " FROM CHINA TO TAÏWAN. Pioneers of abstraction (1955-1985)" on 15th, Jun. >> Read more
2016.10.17 Mon, by

GArt is presenting the group exhibition “Event Notes”,
featuring artists from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong

GArt is proud to present the group exhibition “Event Notes” from October 22 to November 20, 2016. >> Read more
2016.05.05 Thu, by

Japan-Taiwan: Cross-Cultural Yearnings at Aura Gallery

In the 1980s, photographers Juan I-Jong and Suda Issei traveled to the other’s country in search of fresh photographic subjects. >> Read more
2015.10.28 Wed, by

[RKFA] Haffendi Anuar, Elephant Utopia at Futures Art Taipei 2015, Taiwan

Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA) is pleased to present Elephant Utopia, a solo presentation by Haffendi Anuar at Art Taipei 2015, Future Section (Booth Y01) from 30 October to 2 November 2015. >> Read more
2014.03.28 Fri, by

The Taiwan-Thailand Axis

The 31 artists/artist groups participating in the project are all members or friends of this artist-run space. In the past two years, they have been moved back and forth, here and there. Such an exchange on the edges of empires also differ methodologically from post-colonial discursive frameworks... >> Read more
2013.11.21 Thu, by

Great Crescent: Art and Agitation in the 1960s—Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan

Para Site is delighted to present Great Crescent: Art and Agitation in the 1960s—Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. A small essay of comparative art history . . . >> Read more
2013.11.06 Wed, by

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMOFA) was founded in 1988. It was temporarily closed for rebuilding in 1999 due to widespread devastation caused by the September 21st earthquake that year, and reopened in July 2004 with a brand new look. >> Read more
2021.11.10 Wed, by

Phantasmapolis—2021 Asian Art Biennial, Taichung

Supervised by the Ministry of Culture, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA) presents the biennial celebration of Asian contemporary art – the 8th Asian Art Biennial, which opens on October 30. >> Read more

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