The 30-year-old Liang Gallery was founded in 1993 by Directors Yu Yen-Liang and Claudia Chen. Yu Yen-Liang currently is member of the board of directors of the Chen Cheng-po Cultural Foundation, and Claudia Chen currently is the vice president of Taiwan Art Gallery Association.
The gallery strongly promotes artists of the early 20th century in Taiwan -artist of the most representative in the history of modern art Taiwan, post-war abstractive, and 21th Asian contemporary arts. Exhibitions held at the gallery feature artworks by different generations of artists, with significance of each era and visual impact.
As a promoter of Taiwan art, Liang Gallery built a close and long-term relationship with Taiwan art foundations and families of Taiwan pioneering painters, such as Chen Cheng-po, Liao Chi-Chun, Yang San-Lang, Chen Chih-Chi, Li Mei-Shu, Chen Te-Wang, Kuo Hsueh-Hu, Chin Jun-Tso, Pu Tien-Sheng, Chen Hsia-Yu, and Yang Yu-Yu, to organize large-scale retrospective exhibitions and scholarly forums; therefore, as a private institution, established an important role in the Taiwan art history.
The Gallery exhibitions focus on Taiwan modern abstract and contemporary art, integrate with art context. Working with its represented and contracted artists, the gallery organized events, curated exhibitions, and planed academic exchange. The Gallery’s represented contemporary artists apply various media in their artworks to emphasize Taiwan’s social and democratic characteristics. They documented countless global view, at the time, through visual art.
Liang Gallery is an independent exhibition building located within the Neihu Technology Park. The gallery hosts exhibitions and art events each month in its over 2000 square meter space.
Liang Gallery is committed to developing international collaboration and exchange idea of art. The Gallery has been selected for several world renounced art fairs and biennales and present the Art of Taiwan to many international grant events. A significant number of artworks, by the gallery’s represented artists, are now in the collection of several art museums and private collectors.
With great passion, Liang Gallery explores Taiwan art culture though a grant perspective of the Asian Art history. Our goal is to promote Taiwan contemporary art to the center of world.
Recently attended art fairs include:
Art Basel Hong Kong, Art Brussels, Art Düsseldorf, Art16 London, Art Beijing, ViennaContemporary, LOOP Barcelona, Art Stage Singapore, Taipei Dangdai, and Art Taipei.