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ISSUE #164
To offer a sample of Taiwan's creative energy, the Taipei Cultural Center is organizing large-scale concerts, a creative bazaar, art exhibitions, and film screenings.
A rare glimpse of the weaving of Taiwan's indigenous peoples is being offered by a special exhibition running at the International Museum of Art & Science in Texas.
'Re: Made in Taiwan' at the 15th Venice Biennale delves into the eco-friendly aspirations and civic possibilities imbued in ordinary buildings and venues.
Ministry Updates
Taiwan publications to join largest SEA book fair
As part of this year's Taiwan-Malaysia literary exchanges, the Taiwan Pavilion at BookFest Malaysia will offer lectures and forums, movie screenings, visiting writers, and a live music concert.
'Projecting Beyond Media'
Customized in-situ art using light projections will greet visitors at Nantou's NTCRI. The exhibition is housed in a four-story building, in which each level has its own unique offerings and themes after a careful year of planning and artist residencies.
'The Silver Halide Era'
Curated by award-winning photographers Chang Chao-tang and Chien Yung-ping, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts exhibition reconstructs Taiwan's ever-shifting identity and visage from the 1890s until today.
Cultural Features
Ju Ming is a world-renowned sculptor and one of the highest-paid Asian artists who is best known for his 'Taichi' and 'Living World' series that embody the spirit of Chinese aesthetics and contemporary modernism.
Sculptor | Ju Ming
Wu Ming-yi is an award-winning author, professor, and naturalist whose works encompass fiction, prose, literary theory, and magical realism. He is best known for his international-selling novel 'The Man with the Compound Eyes.'
Writer | Wu Ming-yi
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