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ISSUE #212
Artist Yang Chin-chih has coined the word 'trashion' – a portmanteau of trash and fashion – to describe the process of transforming waste into art.
'REWOVEN: Innovative Fiber Art,' an international collaboration among Taiwanese and American museums and art galleries, is now running in New York City.
More than 150 relics relating to Asia's puppetry culture are currently on view for the first time at the Iziko South African National Gallery.
A whimsical collection featuring steel-plated, enamel-baked sculptures by Taiwanese artist Hung Yi is currently on public display on the streets of Washington, D.C.
Tehching Hsieh, a duress artist best known for his yearlong performances, is headlining the Taiwan Pavilion at Venice Biennale this year.
Ministry Updates
Taipei museum showcases its Sanyu collection
Newly restored paintings by Sanyu, a late artist best known for painting Parisian nudes with calligraphy brushes, are being showcased at the National Museum of History.
International crafts exhibition celebrates enamel art
An international crafts exhibition featuring enamel art by fifty artists from South Korea, the United States, and Taiwan is running in Taipei through July 2.
Cultural Features
Cheng Shan-hsi is a venerable artist and National Cultural Award laureate whose aesthetics mark a distinctively different flavor from traditional Chinese ink paintings.
Ink Painter | Cheng Shan-hsi
Bukut Tasvaluan is a proud member of the Bunun tribe, a respected elementary school principal, and the beloved founder of Vox Nativa Children's Choir and Music School.
Choir Leader | Bukut Tasavaluan
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