A Scene like Poetry – Wu Chien-Yi’s Solo Exhibition

A Scene like Poetry – Wu Chien-Yi’s Solo Exhibition


Taiwanese Artist Wu Chien-Yi specializes in collage art and mixed media installations. Her art is the after product of various approaches regarding keen observations and experiments.

My Way in One Continuous Strand – A Retrospective Exhibition of Chu Ko

My Way in One Continuous Strand – A Retrospective Exhibition of Chu Ko


The exhibition features 33 artworks by Chu Ko, all from a period which reveals the artist’s artistic belief that the infinity originates with one and ends in one as inherited from the Chinese culture which associates rope making with governing.

Jam Wu’s Exhibition–Songs and Bonfires

Jam Wu’s Exhibition–Songs and Bonfires


Taiwanese artist Jam Wu focuses on the history of folk art and experiments with the interpretation of personal characteristics by sharing the paper-cut culture. The exhibition includes four subtopics, which summarize Wu’s artistic exploration of the past two years.

2018 TAD Festival-Should We Play?

2018 TAD Festival-Should We Play?


Should We Play? discusses the memory of “playing,” hopes to renew the expectation and imagination of “playing.” As one of the main exhibition venues, Liang Gallery will showcase works of art by 8 new media artists under the subtitle of “Transitional Mirage.”

Entering Sekaikei – Bokurano – Chen I-Chun Solo Exhibition

Entering Sekaikei – Bokurano – Chen I-Chun Solo Exhibition


The title of this exhibition is adapted from the phrase “sekai-kei” (lit. world-type) by the Japanese philosopher Hiroki Azuma. The term “sekai-kei” became popular in 2003 and there is no particular national and social setting. The protagonist is you or me, the focus of the story is on the world crisis and destruction.

Ideal Life — LO Chiao-Ling Solo Exhibition

Ideal Life — LO Chiao-Ling Solo Exhibition


The paintings created by Lo during the past few years are closely related to her family life. Many of her paintings are portraits of children painted with a sense of lightness and sobriety.

Life, Painting and Traveling — CHEN Chyan-Ming

Life, Painting and Traveling — CHEN Chyan-Ming


Chen Chyan-Ming, the second son of Taiwanese pioneer artist Chen Cheng-po. For many years, he had been engaged in the management of chemical industry and only after he retired, he returned to painting. Over the past 20 years, he had painted a large number of works.

Passing Inheritance to the Future Generations / Visible and Invisible – Liang Gallery 25th Anniversary Special Exhibition

Passing Inheritance to the Future Generations / Visible and Invisible – Liang Gallery 25th Anniversary Special Exhibition


The exhibition will showcase the artworks by Taiwan’s pre-war great masters and Taiwan’s century-old cultural history documents, including more than twenty master artists and more than seventy pieces of timeless treasures of each period.

What a Neat Painting — CANDY BIRD Solo Exhibition

What a Neat Painting — CANDY BIRD Solo Exhibition


Candy Bird is good at utilizing his chosen space and objects, he combines many daily home items with his paintings and texts written by him that tries to present the thin line between ideologies as well as the ways to shatter daily routines.

Action Through Inaction — CHOU Tai-Chun Solo Exhibition

Action Through Inaction — CHOU Tai-Chun Solo Exhibition


In his first solo exhibition at Liang Gallery, the artist Chou Tai-Chun adopts a trilogy form to develop a narrative representing the relation between oneself and the environment, and concerned about the filtered and recollected opinion after a moment of contemplation.

Mountains of the Four Seasons — LIU De-Lang Solo Exhibition

Mountains of the Four Seasons — LIU De-Lang Solo Exhibition


Liu De-Lang has been passionate about mountaineering for many years. Being surrounded by mountains evokes a sense of humility and the respect for the grandeur of nature, as shown in Liu’s brushwork which visualizes the majestic mountains.

Poetic Universe – Lee Chung-Chung Solo Exhibition

Poetic Universe – Lee Chung-Chung Solo Exhibition


Looking back at the creative journey of Lee Chung-Chung over the last five decades, one can see her stable presence in the world of art. She never once deviated from her pursuit of abstract ink painting due to social environments or ever-changing artistic trends.

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