Jimmy Lu’s ABCs of Art – IC Broadcasting

In Conversation
Tzeng Yong-ning

Artist Tzeng Yong-ning and Richard MC Chang of Loftyart Gallery spoke as guests with acting host Associate Professor Cheng Chih-kuei of National Taiwan University of Arts, on Jimmy Lu’s ABCs of Art on IC Broadcasting FM97.5. Together, they covered Tzeng’s artistic practice, his exclusive use of ball-point pens, as well as his upcoming show at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University Arts Center, The Primitive Landscape of Belief, running from April 28 to May 25. The show (in Mandarin Chinese) will be airing on April 22 and 29 from 8:15 to 8:45 am and is available on the following podcasting apps:

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From Left: Professor Cheng Chih-kuei, Manager Richard Chang, and Artist Tzeng Yong-ning. Photo: IC Broadcasting

Forgotten Landscape – National Changhua Living Art Center

Museum Exhibition
Tzeng Yong-ning
Loftyart Gallery artist Tzeng Yong-ning’s solo show Forgotten Landscape opens at National Changhua Living Art Center November 18, 2023 and runs to December 17. The exhibition features the Taipei-based artists works from the last three years.
Installation View, National Changhua Living Art Center. Photo: T. Chang

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

Cultural Minister Lee & Executive Director Reeves Visit

Tzeng Yong-ning
Cultural Minister Lee Yung-te and Executive Director Jordan Reeves were impressed by Tzeng’s work, especially the strong use of colors and the incorporation of Taiwanese elements.
Gallery Director Liu, Executive Director Reeves, Artist Tzeng, Cultural Minister Lee, Manager R. Chang, & Art Director T. Chang. Photo: M. Kong