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ISSUE #156
Renowned artist and educationist Huang Kuang-nan is holding a solo fine arts exhibition in Kuala Lumpur's Soka Gakkai Malaysia (SGM) Grand Culture Center.
The Taiwan Cultural Center in Tokyo is host to a two-month show focusing on exchanges between Taiwan and Japan in the realms of cuisine, art, and culture.
The films of Taiwanese auteur Hou Hsiao-hsien will greet German movie buffs in a special retrospective running at Filmmuseum Dusseldorf.
Long Beach Museum of Art is host to an innovative exhibition featuring Taiwanese artists who evolve their creative practice in line with rapid advances in technology.
Taiwanese artist Wang Yu-chen is featured in 'The Imitation Game,' an ongoing exhibition in Manchester exploring machine imitation of human thought.
The 20th Biennale of Sydney has selected a total of 83 artists, including six from Taiwan, to showcase forward-thinking artworks in Australia.
Ministry Updates
'The View of Formosa's Landscapes'
'The View of Formosa's Landscapes from Photographers II' curated by the National Taiwan Museum in Taipei is one of the key photographic exhibitions paving the way for the Ministry of Culture's upcoming National Photography Center.
'Orientation: Splendor of Flame'
The National Museum of History is hosting a retrospective exhibition featuring pioneering artist Lee Shi-chi to celebrate his upcoming 80th birthday.
Cultural Features
Dubbed the 'Variegated Bird of Art,' Lee Shi-chi is an iconic artist who helped modernize art in Taiwan. He developed the concept of 'orientation,' which seeks to create modern art without losing the essence of one's culture.
Painter | Lee Shi-chi
Wistaria Tea House was once where democracy advocates gathered during the 1970s when Taiwan was ruled by martial law. But these days, everyone is welcome to pay a visit, have a pot of tea, and enjoy its meditative surroundings.
Wistaria Tea House
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