Cultural Minister Lee Yung-te & Executive Director Jordan Reeves of the CTOT visited Loftyart

Tzeng Yong-ning

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.

From Left: Gallery Director Elaine Liu, Executive Director Jordan Reeves, Artist Tzeng Yong-ning, Cultural Minister Lee Yung-te, Manager Richard Chang, and Art Director Timothy Chang. Photo: Ming Kong

Related EXHibition

Related News

Louis Vuitton – Crossing Boundaries

Tzeng Yong-ningIn celebration of 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 …

Kung Fung Yung Tea

Tzeng Yong-ningKung 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 …

Crown Magazine No. 794

Xue Song

The cover of the upcoming April issue of Taiwan’s Crown Magazine features Xue Song’s 2018 painting, Return Peacefully After Success – Poetry by Feng Zikai. The theme of the mixed media painting represents the Chinese ideal of retreating into a simple and quiet life in old age, after busy life of success. Through collage, Xue Song juxtaposes images of high culture and material excess with simple traditional Chinese landscapes. The article also features Xue’s Seven Color Landscape, which transforms traditional scenes of nature with strong commercial and modern colors and symbols.

Crown Magazine, April 2020, No. 794 © Crown
Crown Magazine, Cover, April 2020, No. 794 © Crown

Related News

Robb Report No. 143

Xue SongThe cover of this October’s Robb Report Lifestyle China features a special work by Xue Song in collaboration with Chopard’s new sport-chic timepiece, Alpine …

Porsche Taycan

Xue SongOn 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 …

Hung Yi Art Gallery Opening

Hung Yi

Hung Yi Art Gallery, located on the cultural Changnan Road in Changhua County, officially opened February 21, 2020. The museum’s post-modern mix and match architecture brings together an ensemble of materials and elements, and deconstructs the concept of the white box museum, which reflect founder Hung Yi’s colorful and distinct artistic style and vision. The permanent exhibition showcases a definitive collection of the artist’s sculptures, paintings, cultural creative works. Periodic exhibitions will feature a diversity of local Taiwanese artists.

In 2000, Hung Yi moved into the Taichung’s art district, Stock20, and have since achieved international fame in the last twenty years. Hung Yi believes the next twenty years will be another milestone, starting in Changhua. With the new museum, Hung hopes bring together local artists and create a platform for promoting Taiwanese art on an international level.

Hung Yi Art Gallery, Chunaghua, 2020. Artwork © Mr. Hung Yi Art Studio. Photo: Courtesy of Hung YI

Related News

Artco China March 2016

Hung YiDeeply inspired by traditional Taiwanese folk art, sculptor Hung Yi’s works are brightly colored and intricately decorated with traditional patterns and motifs symbolizing wealth …

To The Moon – Gallery Talk

Liu Kuo-sung

On March 3, 2020, Elaine Suyu Liu, Director of Loftyart Gallery, will present a guided tour (in Mandarin) on the To The Moon – Liu Kuo-sung Exhibition in rooms 201 – 203 at the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts.

Liu Kuo-sung (Liu Guosong) has a seal bearing the inscription “A Man of the East, West, South and North” that accurately reflects his career. Internationally recognized and collected by over a hundred museums worldwide, Liu Kuo-sung is at the forefront of Modern Chinese Art.

Liu Kuo-sung, Blue Moon Landscape, 1969 – 1990, Ink and Color on Paper, 151.3 x 224.5 cm © The Liu Kuo-sung Archives

Related News

The 36th National Cultural Award

Liu Kuo-sungTaiwan’s National Cultural Award ceremony was held at the Executive Yuan on 27, April. Liu Kuo-sung, artist Cheng Shan-hsi and director Tsai Ming-liang were …