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ISSUE #152
The State Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow is currently displaying a collection of historic documents and relics juxtaposing 1870s Taiwan with its contemporary form.
Taiwanese installation artworks made with eco-conscious materials such as bamboo and driftwood take the center stage of Japan's Setouchi Triennale 2016.
A film festival celebrating the accomplishments and struggles of women in Taiwan is taking place across New York City to showcase 6 Taiwan-made films in 7 screenings.
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
'2016 French Tech Culture Workshop'
The Ministry will partner with the French Office in Taipei to hold a French Tech Culture workshop on April 20 and 21, during which professionals from France and Taiwan will share their experiences of how innovative technology influences culture and art.
'Sing a Song: Taiwan in Sound'
A collective of historic sounds such as audio recordings of fighter jets from World War II, aboriginal ballads, as well as TV and radio commercials, will greet visitors at the National Museum of Taiwan History exhibition.
'Sparkling Encounters'
'Sparkling Encounters: Taiwan-Japan Literary Exchanges' at the National Museum of Taiwan Literature presents how bilateral interactions throughout history have shaped contemporary literature and sentiments.
Cultural Features
Syaman Rapongan, a prolific author from the Tao (Yami) aboriginal tribe on Orchid Island, is a pioneer in the field of contemporary ocean art and literature who goes by the nickname of 'subaqueous loner.'
Writer | Syaman Rapongan
Horse Dance Theater is a young contemporary dance group named after a Chinese character comprising three horses to reflect the group's power and passion for dance.
Horse Dance Theater
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