The Grand Chi is where the universe germinated from, and where the heavens, the earth, and all things have transformed from. It is a pure vital force that nourishes mankind and evokes auspicious peace and harmony.
Hsiao Chin’s universal view was developed based on Eastern calligraphy and Taoist philosophy, and while in the West, he was able to cultivate his own unique cultural substance and apply it in his abstract art.
It is Chou’s second solo exhibition at Liang Gallery, in which he continues with his exploration of the conflict caused by the human intervention in nature to develop a new dimension of time similar to the time travel; while the new works for the exhibition also touch upon the industrial history and terrain changes that Taiwan has been through.
The Gaze from the North: Kuo Hsueh-Hu and His Southern World will open on September 5 at Liang Gallery in Neihu, Taipei. The exhibition curated by WU Chao-Jen, the Assistant Professor of Department of Fine Arts at Tunghai University, features the masterpieces by KUO Hsueh-Hu (1908-2012) of his years in Taiwan and overseas, with which he was selected by the first Taiwan Art Exhibition, along with a great number of the rarely-seen flower paintings and travel paintings.
The “Truth as White – A Retrospective Exhibition of CHU Wei-Bor” is a comprehensive exhibition featuring his works of drawings from early days, oil painting on canvas, glass plate and oil paint on paper, ink on paper, woodblock prints, acrylic on fabric, paper sculpture, and the Spring Plowing series made of linen and thread from later in his career.
- 五月 20, 2020
Yu Peng is a representative figure in the history of contemporary ink painting in Taiwan. Known as the “Ancient Person of Today", his paintings show a magnificently distinct style of Chinese ink painting perfectly reflecting his heroic spirit.
- 一月 02, 2020
Light & Ridge is the theme of Ya-Lan Yu’s first exhibition in three years, and her latest body of work shows experimental qualities, with the collection serving as a documentary for the subtle transformation and breakthrough she’s made artistically in the last few years.
- 十一月 29, 2019
The exhibition is a highlight of the contemporary master Liao Shiou-Ping’s artistic path with selections from his early works in the 1960s to the latest works in 2019.
- 八月 07, 2019
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.
- 二月 26, 2019
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.
- 十二月 29, 2018
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.
- 十一月 03, 2018
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.”
- 九月 26, 2018
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.
- 八月 19, 2018