Taiwan’s Cultural Minister Lee Yung-te and Executive Director Jordan Reeves of the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei visited Tzeng Yong-ning’s solo exhibition – Passing Landscapes today on October 5th, 2020 at Loftyart Gallery. Lee and Reeves were impressed by Tzeng’s work, especially the strong use of colors and the incorporation of Taiwanese elements, such as flowers and temple motifs.
We hope Tzeng Yong-ning’s art can become a part of a Taiwanese and Canadian art exchange in the near future.
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
Artist Tzeng Yong-ning and Richard Chang of Loftyart Gallery spoke as guests with Associate Professor Cheng Chih-kuei of NTUA, 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 NYCU Arts Center.
Professor Cheng Chih-kuei, Manager Richard Chang, and Artist Tzeng Yong-ning. Photo: IC Broadcasting
On view on the main floor of Changhua County Art Museum is Glowing Nature – Tzeng Yong-ning Solo Exhibition, which marks the first large-scale show for artist Tzeng Yong-ning ins his home county. From January 25 to April 14, 2019 Tzeng Yong-ning’s colorful ball-point pen works will light up the newly opened museum and be a highlight in the community.
Installation View, Changhua County Art Museum. Photo: Elaine Liu