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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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2023 Hengshan Calligraphy Biennial

Museum Exhibition
Liu Kuo-sung
ERA OF PRINCIPLE AND NO PRINCIPLE – Calligraphy as a Visual Form opens Jan 20, 2023 to April 24 at Hengshan Calligraphy Art Center at Taoyuan Museum of Fine Arts. Curated by Wu Chao-Jen of Tunghai University’s Department of Fine Arts, the exhibition invites Taiwanese and international artists to explore calligraphy as a visual form in Contemporary art and its possible future development as a practice.
Installation View, Hengshan Calligraphy Art Center, Taoyuan. Photo: TMOFA

National Cellar 1573 / Xue Song

Xue Song
In welcoming 2023, National Cellar 1573 and Shanghai-based artist Xue Song celebrate the launch of Brilliant Mountains of Pine baijiu liquor. Limited to editions of 60,000 bottles worldwide, the product design is inspired by Xue Song’s mixed-media collage work, featuring auspicious colours and motifs in a traditional landscape setting.
National Cellar 1537 New Year Product Launch Party. Photo: Courtesy of Li Youyou

The Cosmos of Liu Kuo-sung – National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

Museum Exhibition
Liu Kuo-sung
The Comos of Liu Kuo-sung – Multi-media Interactive Exhibition is now on view at National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung and runs through Nov. 27. The interactive digital installation is inspired by the Museum’s comprehensive collection of the Father of Modern Ink’s artworks.
Installation View, National Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung. Photo: NTMOFA

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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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