The Photo Salon of Counterfeit Youth─Wu Tien-chang

The Photo Salon of Counterfeit Youth─Wu Tien-chang

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As an institution of exhibition and research, Taipei Fine Arts Museum perpetually wrestles with the question of how to interpret the lives, art and artworks of artists, and how to accurately express the subtle interconnections among them. In addition to presenting them visually in the context of a large exhibition, we also attempt to re-present the artist’s spirit in text. “Artists In Depth” is a series of books that TFAM is currently developing as part of the Art Forum imprint, focusing primarily on the creative evolution of contemporary artists active in Taiwan since the 1980s. Written by professional writers based on in-depth interviews with the artists, the series breaks away from the form of pure autobiography, revealing the true details of the artist’s life through word imagery. These books serve as a set of keys with which artists open the door to their art and their artworks for reader and viewer alike.

The Photo Salon of Counterfeit Youth – Wu Tien-chang is the first publication of this book series. Wu Tien-chang joined the 101 Modern Art Group in 1982, and became a member of the Taipei Art Group in 1985. In 1989 he won the “Contemporary Art Trends R.O.C.” exhibition held by Taipei Fine Arts Museum, with his painting Hurting World Syndrome. In his 1990 solo exhibition “Four Eras” he prominently addressed political issues of the day with portraits of a head of state in The Five Eras of Chiang Ching-kuo, gaining widespread attention in the art community. Since then he has shifted directions several times. From his Hurting Funeral and Love on Earth series of the 1990s, to such recent works as We're All in the Same Boat and Pipe Dream, he has occupied a unique place in the development of Taiwanese contemporary art, beginning with two-dimensional painting, expanding into mixed media, and then branching out once again into digital imagery. Through the vibrant words of Chen Hsin, this book brings the personal experiences of Wu Tien-chang and the spirit of his works to life with equal potency.

Source: Taipei Fine Arts Museum.《The Photo Salon of Counterfeit Youth─Wu Tien-chang》

005 - Foreword
   Former Director of the Taipei Fine Arts Museum / Huang Hai-ming

008 - The Flavor of Shrimp Juice
   I Native of the Rainy Harbor
   II Of Sailors and Bar Girls
   III Taiwanese Homegrown DNA
   IV Commission Shop Exotica
   V Syndrome of Hurting
   VI A Visual History of Taiwanese Politics
   VII Homegroen Artist on a Mission
   VIII I'm Infatuated with Things I Can Touch
   IX Vile Bag of Skin
   X The Soul-Harvesting Umbrella
   XI The Funeral if Death
   XII Sea of Desire
   XIII Am I All That Happy?
   XIV New Millennium, New Computer
   XV Time Freezing Agent
   XVI Those with the Wrong Souls Installed
   XVII A Live Magic Show
   XVIII Membrane Conjuration
   XIX We'll Meet in the World of Art
144 - INDEX of ARTWORKS


ISBN: 9789860443905
Publish: 2015-03
Author: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Artist: Wu Tien-chang
Publisher: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Language:English
Cover: Paperback
Page: 175
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