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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

So Dawn Goes Down To Day – Art Gallery at Evergreen

Museum Exhibition
Lyse Lemieux
Lyse Lemieux’s So Dawn Goes Down To Day opens Sept 17 at the Art Gallery at Evergreen. The solo exhibition focuses on the Vancouver-based artist’s recent paintings, as well as an accompanying sculpture that points to the ongoing influence of textiles in Lemieux’s interdisciplinary practice.
Lyse Lemieux, Dorsale. La Couleur de mes mots, 2022 © Lyse Lemieux. Photo: Rachel Topham

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 – Dechun Gallery

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

Trans-Figuration – Guangdong Museum of Art

Museum Exhibition
Xue Song
Trans-Figuration by Xue Song is on view at the Guangdong Museum of Art from March 26 to April 20, 2022. The exhibition title is inspired by the term “transfiguration” in Buddhist art, which can be applied to understand Xue Song’s appropriation of ready-made images.
Installation View, Guangdong Museum of Art. Photo: Courtesy of Xue Song

Jimmy Lu’s ABCs of Art – IC Broadcasting

In Conversation
Tzeng Yong-ning
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

Blooming Fortune Art Garden

Opening
Hung Yi
Let us welcome the Lunar New Year with Taiwanese sculpture Hung Yi’s Blooming Fortune Art Garden at Lee Gardens (Hysan Place), Hong Kong. The colorful and auspicious exhibition runs from January 18 to February 15, 2022 and features the artist’s signature animals.
Lee Gardens (Hysan Place), Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Hung Yi Art Gallery

Pop, Fashion, Currents – TEDx Talks

Video
Xue Song
The confrontation of one’s identity in terms of history, society, and culture has been an integral theme in the art of Xue Song, and was explored in the artist’s TED Talk on Oct 21, 2021 organized by TEDxHangzhouED.
Video Still from The Zeitgeist © TEDx Talks


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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

So Dawn Goes Down To Day – Art Gallery at Evergreen

Museum Exhibition
Lyse Lemieux
Lyse Lemieux’s So Dawn Goes Down To Day opens Sept 17 at the Art Gallery at Evergreen. The solo exhibition focuses on the Vancouver-based artist’s recent paintings, as well as an accompanying sculpture that points to the ongoing influence of textiles in Lemieux’s interdisciplinary practice.
Lyse Lemieux, Dorsale. La Couleur de mes mots, 2022 © Lyse Lemieux. Photo: Rachel Topham

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 – Dechun Gallery

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

Trans-Figuration – Guangdong Museum of Art

Museum Exhibition
Xue Song
Trans-Figuration by Xue Song is on view at the Guangdong Museum of Art from March 26 to April 20, 2022. The exhibition title is inspired by the term “transfiguration” in Buddhist art, which can be applied to understand Xue Song’s appropriation of ready-made images.
Installation View, Guangdong Museum of Art. Photo: Courtesy of Xue Song

Jimmy Lu’s ABCs of Art – IC Broadcasting

In Conversation
Tzeng Yong-ning
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

Blooming Fortune Art Garden

Opening
Hung Yi
Let us welcome the Lunar New Year with Taiwanese sculpture Hung Yi’s Blooming Fortune Art Garden at Lee Gardens (Hysan Place), Hong Kong. The colorful and auspicious exhibition runs from January 18 to February 15, 2022 and features the artist’s signature animals.
Lee Gardens (Hysan Place), Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Hung Yi Art Gallery

Pop, Fashion, Currents – TEDx Talks

Video
Xue Song
The confrontation of one’s identity in terms of history, society, and culture has been an integral theme in the art of Xue Song, and was explored in the artist’s TED Talk on Oct 21, 2021 organized by TEDxHangzhouED.
Video Still from The Zeitgeist © TEDx Talks

ArtReview

News
Xue Song
In contemporary art magazine ArtReview’s coverage of the upcoming Art Taipei 2021 art fair, Xue Song’s mixed-media collage New Heights was prominently featured as both the article’s cover and content image.
Xue Song, New Heights, 2020 © Xue Song

Artrek

Video
Loftyart Gallery
ARTREK is a brandnew project of Taiwan Art Gallery Association (TAGA) in 2021.
Video Still from Artrek Episode 1 © TAGA

China DNA – Powerlong Museum

Museum Exhibition
Xue Song
China DNA – Xue Song 2020 is on view at the Powerlong Museum, Shanghai from November 2 through December 4, 2020. The large-scale retrospective continues the success and legacy from Xue Song’s solo exhibition at the Long Museum, Shanghai in 2019.
Installation View, Powerlong Museum, Shanghai. Photo: Courtesy of Li Youyou

Cultural Minister Lee & Executive Director Reeves Visit

Honor
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

Crown Magazine No. 794

Feature
Xue Song
The cover of the upcoming April 2020 issue of Taiwan’s Crown Magazine features Xue Song’s 2018 painting, Return Peacefully After Success – Poetry by Feng Zikai.
Crown Magazine, April 2020, No. 794 © Crown

Hung Yi Art Gallery Opening

Opening
Hung Yi
Hung Yi Art Gallery, located on the cultural Changnan Road in Changhua County, officially opened February 21. The museum’s post-modern mix and match architecture brings together an ensemble of materials and elements.
Hung Yi Art Gallery, Changhua, 2020. Photo: Courtesy of Hung Yi

To The Moon – Gallery Talk

In Conversation
Liu Kuo-sung
On March 3 Elaine Suyu Liu, Director of Loftyart Gallery, will present a guided tour on the To The Moon – Liu Kuo-sung Exhibition in rooms 201 – 203 at the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts.
Liu Kuo-sung, Blue Moon Landscape, 1969 – 1990 © The Liu Kuo-sung Archives

Robb Report No. 143

Commission
Xue Song
The cover of Robb Report Lifestyle China’s October 2019 edition features a collaboration between Chopard’s new sport-chic timepiece, Alpine Eagle, and artist Xue Song’s eponymously titled painting.
Xue Song with Alpine Eagle © Robb Report. Photo: Courtesy of Xue Song

The 2rd International Desert Sculpture Symposium

Symposium
Gheorghi Filin
On July 20, 2019, the 2rd International Desert Sculpture Symposium & Land Art Festival opened in Minqin county, Wuwei city in Northwest China’s Gansu province.
Gheorghi Filin with sculpture Web of Dreams at the Desert Sculpture Symposium. Photo: Courtesy of Gheorghi Filin

Porsche Taycan

Commission
Xue Song
On June 2, Porsche’s first electric sports car, the Taycan, was officially released in Shanghai, in collaboration with the Chinese contemporary artist Xue Song.
Porsche Taycan 2019 © Porsche

Glowing Nature – Changhua County Art Museum

Museum Exhibition
Tzeng Yong-ning
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

Louis Vuitton – Crossing Boundaries

Commission
Tzeng Yong-ning
In celebration of 2018 Louis Vuitton’s 35th anniversary in Taiwan, local artist Tzeng Yong-ning was invited for a collaboration on a limited edition suitcase.
Louis Vuitton’s classic travel suitcase painted by Tzeng Yong-ning © Louis Vuitton. Photo: Courtesy of Tzeng Yong-ning

Collection by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Honor
Xue Song
During the Ink Asia 2017 art fair, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston made a decision to include Xue Song’s painting, Spring Colors, 2013, as part of the Museum’s permanent collection.
Timothy Chang, Art Director of Loftyart, with Nancy Berliner, Senior Curator of Chinese Art, MFA, Boston. Photo: R. Chang

Blueair Air Purifiers

Commission
Xue Song
This year in 2017, Sweden’s leading air purifier company Blueair is entering the Chinese market, and inviting artist Xue Song to act as spokesperson, and to custom design the front panels of their three top purifier models.
Xue Song’s custom designed air purifiers © Blueair. Photo: Courtesy of Xue Song

The 36th National Cultural Award

Award
Liu Kuo-sung
Taiwan’s National Cultural Award ceremony was held at the Executive Yuan on 27, April, 2017. Liu Kuo-sung, artist Cheng Shan-hsi and director Tsai Ming-liang were recipients for this year.
Premier Lin Chuan and Liu Kuo-sung’s daughter, Liu Lin-hui. Photo: T. Chang

Grand Opening of Hung Yi Art Center in Guilin’s Yuzi Paradise

Opening
Hung Yi
Founded over twenty years ago by Taiwan’s Chin Pao San Group, Yuzi Paradise is the first modern sculpture park in China. Since its founding, the sculpture park has hosted eleven international sculpture symposiums and eight international painting symposiums.
Hung Yi Art Center, Yuzi Paradise, Guilin, 2016. Photo: Courtesy of Hung Yi

American Academy of Arts & Science Honorary Member

Honor
Liu Kuo-sung
On October 8, 2016, the Father of Modern Ink Painting, Liu Kuo-sung was induced as a foreign honorary member of American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Liu Kuo-sung at Harvard University, 2016. Photo: Courtesy of The Liu Kuo-sung Archives

Artco China March 2016

Feature
Hung Yi
Deeply inspired by traditional Taiwanese folk art, sculptor Hung Yi’s works are brightly colored and intricately decorated with traditional patterns and motifs symbolizing wealth and auspiciousness.
Artco China, March 2016 © ARTouch

Kung Fung Yung Tea

Commission
Tzeng Yong-ning
Kung Fung Yung Tea, specializing in Taiwanese Teas since 1980, supports local artist Tzeng Yong-ning in a colorful collaboration.
Tea Caddy by Kung Fung Yung © Kung Fung Yung. Photo: Courtesy of Tzeng Yong-ning

The 2rd International Desert Sculpture Symposium

Symposium
Gheorghi Filin
On July 20, 2019, the 2rd International Desert Sculpture Symposium & Land Art Festival opened in Minqin county, Wuwei city in Northwest China’s Gansu province.
Gheorghi Filin with sculpture Web of Dreams at the Desert Sculpture Symposium. Photo: Courtesy of Gheorghi Filin

Blooming Fortune Art Garden

Opening
Hung Yi
Let us welcome the Lunar New Year with Taiwanese sculpture Hung Yi’s Blooming Fortune Art Garden at Lee Gardens (Hysan Place), Hong Kong. The colorful and auspicious exhibition runs from January 18 to February 15, 2022 and features the artist’s signature animals.
Lee Gardens (Hysan Place), Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Hung Yi Art Gallery

Hung Yi Art Gallery Opening

Opening
Hung Yi
Hung Yi Art Gallery, located on the cultural Changnan Road in Changhua County, officially opened February 21. The museum’s post-modern mix and match architecture brings together an ensemble of materials and elements.
Hung Yi Art Gallery, Changhua, 2020. Photo: Courtesy of Hung Yi

Grand Opening of Hung Yi Art Center in Guilin’s Yuzi Paradise

Opening
Hung Yi
Founded over twenty years ago by Taiwan’s Chin Pao San Group, Yuzi Paradise is the first modern sculpture park in China. Since its founding, the sculpture park has hosted eleven international sculpture symposiums and eight international painting symposiums.
Hung Yi Art Center, Yuzi Paradise, Guilin, 2016. Photo: Courtesy of Hung Yi

Artco China March 2016

Feature
Hung Yi
Deeply inspired by traditional Taiwanese folk art, sculptor Hung Yi’s works are brightly colored and intricately decorated with traditional patterns and motifs symbolizing wealth and auspiciousness.
Artco China, March 2016 © ARTouch

So Dawn Goes Down To Day – Art Gallery at Evergreen

Museum Exhibition
Lyse Lemieux
Lyse Lemieux’s So Dawn Goes Down To Day opens Sept 17 at the Art Gallery at Evergreen. The solo exhibition focuses on the Vancouver-based artist’s recent paintings, as well as an accompanying sculpture that points to the ongoing influence of textiles in Lemieux’s interdisciplinary practice.
Lyse Lemieux, Dorsale. La Couleur de mes mots, 2022 © Lyse Lemieux. Photo: Rachel Topham

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

Paving the Road to Contemporary Ink – Dechun Gallery

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

To The Moon – Gallery Talk

In Conversation
Liu Kuo-sung
On March 3 Elaine Suyu Liu, Director of Loftyart Gallery, will present a guided tour on the To The Moon – Liu Kuo-sung Exhibition in rooms 201 – 203 at the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts.
Liu Kuo-sung, Blue Moon Landscape, 1969 – 1990 © The Liu Kuo-sung Archives

The 36th National Cultural Award

Award
Liu Kuo-sung
Taiwan’s National Cultural Award ceremony was held at the Executive Yuan on 27, April, 2017. Liu Kuo-sung, artist Cheng Shan-hsi and director Tsai Ming-liang were recipients for this year.
Premier Lin Chuan and Liu Kuo-sung’s daughter, Liu Lin-hui. Photo: T. Chang

American Academy of Arts & Science Honorary Member

Honor
Liu Kuo-sung
On October 8, 2016, the Father of Modern Ink Painting, Liu Kuo-sung was induced as a foreign honorary member of American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Liu Kuo-sung at Harvard University, 2016. Photo: Courtesy of The Liu Kuo-sung Archives

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

Jimmy Lu’s ABCs of Art – IC Broadcasting

In Conversation
Tzeng Yong-ning
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

Cultural Minister Lee & Executive Director Reeves Visit

Honor
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

Glowing Nature – Changhua County Art Museum

Museum Exhibition
Tzeng Yong-ning
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

Louis Vuitton – Crossing Boundaries

Commission
Tzeng Yong-ning
In celebration of 2018 Louis Vuitton’s 35th anniversary in Taiwan, local artist Tzeng Yong-ning was invited for a collaboration on a limited edition suitcase.
Louis Vuitton’s classic travel suitcase painted by Tzeng Yong-ning © Louis Vuitton. Photo: Courtesy of Tzeng Yong-ning

Kung Fung Yung Tea

Commission
Tzeng Yong-ning
Kung Fung Yung Tea, specializing in Taiwanese Teas since 1980, supports local artist Tzeng Yong-ning in a colorful collaboration.
Tea Caddy by Kung Fung Yung © Kung Fung Yung. Photo: Courtesy of Tzeng Yong-ning

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

Trans-Figuration – Guangdong Museum of Art

Museum Exhibition
Xue Song
Trans-Figuration by Xue Song is on view at the Guangdong Museum of Art from March 26 to April 20, 2022. The exhibition title is inspired by the term “transfiguration” in Buddhist art, which can be applied to understand Xue Song’s appropriation of ready-made images.
Installation View, Guangdong Museum of Art. Photo: Courtesy of Xue Song

Pop, Fashion, Currents – TEDx Talks

Video
Xue Song
The confrontation of one’s identity in terms of history, society, and culture has been an integral theme in the art of Xue Song, and was explored in the artist’s TED Talk on Oct 21, 2021 organized by TEDxHangzhouED.
Video Still from The Zeitgeist © TEDx Talks

ArtReview

News
Xue Song
In contemporary art magazine ArtReview’s coverage of the upcoming Art Taipei 2021 art fair, Xue Song’s mixed-media collage New Heights was prominently featured as both the article’s cover and content image.
Xue Song, New Heights, 2020 © Xue Song

China DNA – Powerlong Museum

Museum Exhibition
Xue Song
China DNA – Xue Song 2020 is on view at the Powerlong Museum, Shanghai from November 2 through December 4, 2020. The large-scale retrospective continues the success and legacy from Xue Song’s solo exhibition at the Long Museum, Shanghai in 2019.
Installation View, Powerlong Museum, Shanghai. Photo: Courtesy of Li Youyou

Crown Magazine No. 794

Feature
Xue Song
The cover of the upcoming April 2020 issue of Taiwan’s Crown Magazine features Xue Song’s 2018 painting, Return Peacefully After Success – Poetry by Feng Zikai.
Crown Magazine, April 2020, No. 794 © Crown

Robb Report No. 143

Commission
Xue Song
The cover of Robb Report Lifestyle China’s October 2019 edition features a collaboration between Chopard’s new sport-chic timepiece, Alpine Eagle, and artist Xue Song’s eponymously titled painting.
Xue Song with Alpine Eagle © Robb Report. Photo: Courtesy of Xue Song

Porsche Taycan

Commission
Xue Song
On June 2, Porsche’s first electric sports car, the Taycan, was officially released in Shanghai, in collaboration with the Chinese contemporary artist Xue Song.
Porsche Taycan 2019 © Porsche

Collection by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Honor
Xue Song
During the Ink Asia 2017 art fair, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston made a decision to include Xue Song’s painting, Spring Colors, 2013, as part of the Museum’s permanent collection.
Timothy Chang, Art Director of Loftyart, with Nancy Berliner, Senior Curator of Chinese Art, MFA, Boston. Photo: R. Chang

Blueair Air Purifiers

Commission
Xue Song
This year in 2017, Sweden’s leading air purifier company Blueair is entering the Chinese market, and inviting artist Xue Song to act as spokesperson, and to custom design the front panels of their three top purifier models.
Xue Song’s custom designed air purifiers © Blueair. Photo: Courtesy of Xue Song

Artrek

Video
Loftyart Gallery
ARTREK is a brandnew project of Taiwan Art Gallery Association (TAGA) in 2021.
Video Still from Artrek Episode 1 © TAGA