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Worldward: The Transformative Force of Art in Taiwan’s New Cultural Movement

The first generation of Taiwanese artists ventured out into the world. Apart from studying art in Japan and Europe, they also travelled extensively to broaden their horizons in order to reflect on how to depict the scenery and characteristics of Taiwan. They longed to welcome change, achieve equality and keep up with the world trends of art. The term “transformative power” echoes the slogan coined by Chiang Wei-Shui – “Compatriots must unite. Unite to be powerful!”. During the period of Japanese rule, “having power” implied “making progress”, as well as “transforming” one’s disadvantaged position and status. For artists, it also suggests the establishment of their inner self-identity and the transformation of their external social status. Under themes such as “Japanese painters/educators in Taiwan”, “art competitions and Taiwanese artists”, “modernity and local colour”, “images of the modern woman” and “the rise of photography”, the exhibition will showcase the works of 37 Japanese and Taiwanese artists, illustrating the distinctive Taiwanese cultural image and artistic styles they developed with a sense of mission and extraordinary passion.

Size:76 x 52 cm
Print in Taiwan

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