In celebration of the 400th anniversary of Tainan, the Zuncai Art Center is once again participating in this year’s Tainan Art Expo, meticulously planning an exhibition themed around historiography, geography, and literary narrative. Renowned artists such as CHOU Tai-CHUN, Leo Wang, CHIANG Kai-Chun, Chen Chu-li, and Yu Ya-Lan showcase captivating works that revolve around the narration of history and memory, presenting diverse responses from different perspectives.
By multiple perspectives and creating methods from the artists, the exhibition tends to guide the audience thought the dialectical conversation between rationality and sensibility.
Exhibiting artists: LEE Zai-Qian, Hsu Yunghsu, LEE Chung-Chung, Leo WANG, HUANG Yi-Sheng, LO Chiao-Ling, Sinje Lee, CHIANG Kai- Chun, CHOU Tai-Chun, LEE Chen-Dao, KOO, Chen Pu
Liang Gallery is pleased to feature 10 representative artists’ works at Art Basel Hong Kong with the theme “Blossom of Cross-Generations- From Binary Modern Chinese to Multidimensional Taiwanese Contemporary Art” from March 21 to 25, 2023 (Private View VIPs will have access to the show on March 21 to 22) at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
▎ Exhibiting Artists
Classic｜CHEN Cheng-po、SHIY De-Jinn
Modern｜CHU Teh-Chun、LEE Chung-Chung、YU Peng
Contemporary｜HSU Hui-Chih、HSU Yunghsu、Yuma TARU、CHOU Tai-CHUN
Video Artist｜HSU Chia-Wei
Liang Gallery is pleased to present Lee Chung-Chung and Hsu Yunghsu at ART SG from Jan. 11 to 15, 2023 (VIP preview on Jan. 11) at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre (GALLERIES BE08) in Singapore. Artist Chou Tai-Chun’s work will also be featured at the NOW/NEW section.
CHU Teh-Chun, Denis Darzacq, HSU Chia-Wei, Akinori GOTO, CHEN Pu, LO Chiao-Ling, HUANG Yi-Sheng, Leo WANG, CHOU Tai-Chun, YEN Ching-Chieh, TSAI Chieh-Hsin, CHIANG Kai-Chun, YANG Lee
At this year’s ART TAIPEI, Liang Gallery is introducing artists of modern Taiwanese art development, each with a unique sense of culture and aesthetic. Brilliant artworks including oil paintings, ink paintings, sculptures, and video arts will be on view with the aim of serving collectors from all places in Taiwan.
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.
iang Gallery will be participating in Art Dusseldorf for the second time with a group exhibition featuring six Taiwanese artists. Presenting works with various style from abstract ink art, oil painting, paper cut installation and multi-media work, highlighting the essence of Asia contemporary art with their oriental aesthetic and cultural awareness.
Liang Gallery will show the best artworks by its represented artists, including pieces from 1970 until present. A particular focus will be cast on Chinese abstract art masters, the latest artworks by contemporary artists will also be on display.