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Xue Song, Smooth Sailing, 2018
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Journal

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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Fairs

Art Taipei 2022

Oct 21 – 24, 2022
Taipei World Trade Center
Liu Kuo-sung, Halo Within Halo, 1972 © The Liu Kuo-sung Archives

Art Taichung 2022

July 15 – 17, 2022
Millennium Hotel Taichung
Xue Song, New Heights, 2022 © Xue Song

Art Solo 2022

April 15 – 17, 2022
Taipei Expo Park
Loftyart’s Booth, Art Solo 2022. Photo: R. Chang

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News

Primitive Landscape of Belief – Academic Seminar

In Conversation
Tzeng Yong-ning
The academic seminar to Tzeng Yong-ning’s solo exhibition, Primitive Landscape of Belief, titled The Belief of Art – Tzeng Yong-ning’s Art Career, will be held on April 27, 2022 from 1:20 to 3:10 pm in the Library conference room of National yang Ming Chiao Tung University. Conducted in Mandarin Chinese, the seminar’s speakers include artist Tzeng Yong-ning, Richard MC Chang of Loftyart Gallery, and Lin Han-chun of the Yilan Museum of Art.
Installation View, NYCU Arts Center. Photo: Richard Chang

Paving the Road to Contemporary Ink

Museum Exhibition
Liu Kuo-sung
In celebration of Liu Kuo-sung’s 90th birthday, National Taiwan Normal University and The Liu Kuo-sung Archives presents Paving the Road to Contemporary Ink – Liu Kuo-sung Archives Exhibition 1940s – 1980s. Showcasing important letters, documents, and photographs from Liu’s extensive career of over seventy years, the exhibition runs from April 16 to May 11, 2022 at NTNU’s Dechun Gallery.
Liu Kuo-sung, Self-Portrait, 1951 © The Liu Kuo-sung Archives

Contemporary Art Represents the Spirit of Today

Video
Xue Song
In this video, we take an in-depth look into Xue Song’s career as a Chinese contemporary artist, covering his journey from his hometown of Dangshan, Anhui to the metropolitan city of Shanghai, his interest in Chinese history and contemporary culture, his wide range of subject matter, and the initial fire that sparked his inspiration for the iconic style of burnt collage that he is known for today.
Video Still from Trans-Figuration. Video: Courtesy of Li Youyou

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Publications

Passing Landscapes

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

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