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Evaluation and Value

Xue Song’s Role as an Artist in Contemporary Culture
by Timothy Chang

As a Chinese Contemporary artist, the challenge of Western art has undeniably shaped his practice. Consciously working within this premise, he addresses his own identity and confronts the complex history that has shaped him and the fast-changing society in which he is a part of. In this way, Xue Song’s evaluation of himself as an artist ultimately corresponds to the value of his art.

Xue Song in his Studio, Shanghai. Photo: T. Chang

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Art Taichung 2023

July 14 – 16, 2023
The Lin, Taichung
Xue Song, New Heights, 2022 © Xue Song

Art Tainan 2023

Mar 15 – 17, 2023
Silk Palace Tainan
Guo Kai, Attachment · Whispers 3 (detail), 2022 © Guo Kai

One Art Taipei 2023

Jan 13 – 15, 2023
Hotel Metropolitan Premier Taipei
Chen Pei-yi, Whispers, 2022 © Chen Pei-yi

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The Intrinsic Need to Create

Lyse Lemieux
Lyse Lemieux’s interview with Radio-Canada (CBC) is available online from April 21, 2023. In her Vancouver studio, Lemieux talks about her interdisciplinary practice, including painting, sculpture, installation, and public art. Having worked in this studio for thirty-six years, she finds inspiration and freedom here. The space is filled with the artist’s canvases, brushes, and tools; all brilliantly captured in the video interview.
Lyse Lemieux in her studio, Vancouver. Photo: Radio-Canada / Pierre Beaudoin

Abstraction and Concept

Museum Exhibition
Wang Yigang
Body, Abstraction and Concept: Performance, and Post-Modernity – Wang Yigang Solo Art Exhibition opens April 7 to June 11, 2023 at the Chengdu Art Museum. The exhibition is divided into four sections presenting Wang’s works from his university period to the present spanning over forty years. Wang Yigang constantly explores the contemporary possibility of abstraction, and continues to question his existing creative methods and concepts.
Installation View, Chengdu Art Museum, Chengdu. Photo: Song Zhuoran

Experimentation as Method

Museum Exhibition
Liu Kuo-sung
The Father of Modern Ink, Liu Kuo-sung’s large-scale retrospective at the National Gallery Singapore opens from Jan 13 to Nov 26, 2023. The exhibition features over sixty paintings and 150 archival items from the Taipei-based artist’s career of over seventy years, as well as highlights Liu’s innovation and contribution to the developing the genre of Modern Ink Painting.
Installation view, National Gallery Singapore. Photo: National Gallery Singapore

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Fire and Water

The Art of Xue Song
Lofty Culture & Art, 2022
© Loftyart Gallery

Passing Landscapes

Tzeng Yong-ning Solo Exhibition
Lofty Culture & Art, 2020
© Loftyart Gallery

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