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ISSUE #452
An exhibition that offers an up-close look at Taiwanese beliefs surrounding the afterlife is now underway at Musée départemental des Arts asiatiques.
Yuan Jai is well-known for her large-format works using ink and color that bridge the gap between Eastern traditional paintings and Western avant-garde art.
San Francisco's Chinese Culture Center is hosting a solo exhibition titled "Homing" by installation artist Hung Tzu Ni to examine the spatial impact of light and sound.
A grand showcase of the enigmatic Ming dynasty painter Qiu Yang at the Los Angeles County Museum of Arts features paintings from Taiwan's National Palace Museum.
Tong Yang-tze, one of Taiwan's foremost calligraphers, is being featured by Cornell University's Johnson Museum of Art.
Taiwanese artists Lee Mingwei and Tehching Hsieh have been invited to partake in the Rubin Museum of Art's annual spring exhibition.
Ministry Updates
Relief package drafted to counter coronavirus impact
In response to the projected consequences of COVID19, the Ministry of Culture has been working on mapping out the necessary precautions for its venues while drafting a relief package to alleviate the outbreak's financial impact on the arts.
SYS Memorial Hall unveils braille exhibition profile
Taipei's National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall has completed its first braille profile of an ongoing exhibition to provide information about the artworks and the featured calligrapher-artist, Lin Chang-hu.
Cultural Features
Chiayi is the gateway to Alishan and high-mountain tea, and as tea culture blossomed and wares grew more sophisticated across Taiwan, Long Feng Hsiang Cojy Pottery Art brought together local craftspeople and tea producers to meet that demand.
Long Feng Hsiang Cojy Pottery Art
Su Chien-an's educational background in automotive repair and food science may seem like an odd pairing of greasy hands and food, but what came next in his career was even more surprising — a mastery of the delicate art of crafting gold and silver.
Goldsmith | Su Chien-an
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