Since the 1960s, Chao Chung-Hsiang, Chu Ko and Lee Chung-Chung’s artworks have been selected for a great number of exhibitions, through which they spread their innovative ink art ideas and garnered much of the attention around the world.
viennacontemporary is the major art fair in Austria and also is the major international art fair in Europe connecting the East and West. Liang Gallery is the only gallery representing Taiwan and is one of two galleries from Asia region at the art fair.
At Art16 London, Liang Gallery represents six artists of unique and distinctive creative styles: Akibo Lee, Wei-Hui Hsu, Li-Ren Chang, I-Chun Chen, Chau-Tsung Hu, and Chang-Yu Hsu. These artists work with a great variety of mediums and patterns to express their creative ideas.
This exhibition presents two major modern ink painters from Taiwan whose artworks reflect the changes and development of Chinese modern ink painting. Owing to their Chinese cultural background and to the ideas of modern abstract art, they were able to create a model of modern ink painting.
Four artists represented by Liang Gallery have been selected for inclusion in the the Film Sector at Art Basel Hong Kong 2016. These new media artists from a calm and objective point of view look deep at the status between Taiwan and international community. The viewers are brought into a deep mode of reflection.
This time Hsu Chia-Wei presents Huai Mo Village Project, which narrates the stories of remnant troops on the border regions of Thailand and Myanmar (Burma) who face multiple cultural identities and the embarrassment of being of an unrecognized identity.
In CIGE Beijing 2015, Liang Gallery will exhibit paintings by the three founding members of the Taiyang Art Society: Chen Cheng-po, Yang San-Lang, and Lee Shih-Chiao. Both, the context of Taiwanese art history and the aesthetics of the fusion of the East and the West, can be seen from these wonderful artworks.
May is the beginning of summer. The days are getting warmer and the earth is irrigated with enough rainwater. Coherence to the exhibition theme “The Beginning of Summer – Contemporary Art in Taiwan”, Liang Gallery presents six Taiwanese contemporary artists. In their works, we see a rich landscape of the island, the influence of multiple cultures, and the originality of various artistic styles.
Chen Cheng-po (1895-1947) who holds a significant importance in the history of Taiwanese art. Throughout his life, he was involved in modern art activities in Taiwan, Tokyo and Shanghai. His paintings are filled with the passion and appealing feelings for his homeland.
At the 2014 BolognaFiere Shanghai Contemporary Art Exhibition, Liang Gallery focuses on the “Art Sensation”, originated from the “thermal sensor” which can sense radiant energy invisible to the human eye. Artists perceive things as sensitively and as accurately as the thermal sensor. They are able to transform the most delicate senses into creative inspiration, the invisible and the unspoken feelings into great art pieces.
“Art Unbounded” showcase for Art14 London, represented artists include Jam WU, LIN Hung-Hsin, HUANG Yi-Sheng, CHEN I-Chun and TAI Han-Hong. And the showcase brings out the plurality of artistic ideas and the ways of creating and viewing works of art in an increasingly global world.