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ISSUE #191
Taiwan artist Chen Yin-ju is holding a solo exhibition in the UK as part of an ambitious commission marking Manchester's position as the 2016 European City of Science.
Jade, the mythical stone of the Orient and the imperial jewel of choice, takes the center stage of an international exhibition hosted by the Musee Guimet in Paris.
An audiovisual exhibition examining the different forms of faith that exist in human society is currently available at the Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles.
Indigenous artist Chang En Man, who hails from the aboriginal tribe of Paiwan, is holding her first solo exhibition in North America titled 'Heavy As A Feather.'
The colorful menagerie sprung from the fertile imagination of artist Hung Yi has taken up residence at New York City's Garment District in Midtown Manhattan.
Ministry Updates
'2017 TIBE: Sharing the Joy of Reading'
The 25th Taipei International Book Exhibition will kick off a six-day literary fest at Exhibition Hall 1 and 3 of Taipei World Trade Center from Feb. 8 to 13. Instead of having a theme country this year, the book expo will have an additional theme pavilion titled 'Sharing the Joy of Reading.'
'Highlight Your Life'
As part of the 2017 Art & Creative Expo Taiwan, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts is presenting a special collection of photography, visual art, and digital media at Taichung Software Park under the theme of 'Highlight Your Life.'
'The Light in Between'
'The Light in Between' at the Taipei Branch of the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute features contemporary crafts fashioned by 28 international artists and designers inspired by lights and shadows.
Cultural Features
Tai-Yang Art Association is the biggest and the oldest non-governmental arts organization in Taiwan. Founded in the Japanese colonial era (1895-1945), the association marked a milestone for Taiwan's New Fine Art Movement, playing a significant role in Taiwanese art development even today.
Tai-Yang Art Association
Pili Glove Puppetry is a well-known glove puppetry TV show in Taiwan that emerged in the 1980s, changing the traditional impressions of glove puppetry by incorporating animation into its performance. The name comes from the fact that every production is titled with 'Pili,' which means 'thunderbolt' in Chinese.
Pili Glove Puppetry
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