"Arcadia Curiosities" Pan Hsinhua Solo Exhibition
City: Taipei
Duration: 2017-09-30 ~ 2017-11-05
Opening: 2017.9.30(Sat.)4 pm
Venue: Asia Art Center Taipei l
Address: No.177, Sec. 2, Jianguo S. Rd., Taipei 106
Participating Artist(s): Pan Hsinhua

Art Talk: On the Spirit of Art

Date: 2017. 10. 28 (Sat.) 4 pm

Panelists: Pan Hsinhua, Li Chen

Venue: Asia Art Center, Taipei I

Asia Art Center is pleased to announce the opening of “Arcadia Curiosities: Pan Hsinhua Solo Exhibition” on September 30th, 2017. Pan Hsinhua’s latest works will be on view at Asia Art Center Taipei I venue. The opening reception begins at 4 p.m. on Saturday, September 30th, 2017. A talk will be held on Saturday, October 28th at Asia Art Center Taipei I venue, inviting artists Li Chen and Pan Hsinhua to talk about their creative paths and spirits; the talk will be conducted in Taiwanese. The exhibition will be on view through November 5th, 2017.

Pan Hsinhua was born in Taimili of Taitung County in 1966. He graduated from the Department of Fine Arts at the National Institute of the Arts (currently known as Taipei National University of the Arts) in 1991 and held a teaching position at Taipei National University of the Arts as an assistant professor between 2011 and 2015. The exhibition “Arcadia Curiosities – Pan Hsinhua Solo Exhibition” at Asia Art Center is Pan Hsinhua’s third exhibition in 2017; Pan Hsinhua was invited to exhibit in “Crisscrossing East and West: The Remaking of Ink Art in Contemporary East Asia” curated by Chia-Chi Wang at Yinchuan Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as “Memories Interwoven and Overlapped: Post-Martial Law Era Ink Painting in Taiwan”, the grand exhibition at National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts curated by Chao-Jen Wu. Pan Hsinhua was also invited to exhibit in “INK REMIX: Contemporary art from mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong”, curated by Dr. Sophie McIntyre at Canberra Museum and Gallery ACT in 2015. As far as contemporary ink art in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, Japan and Korea, or even considering the art development in the period since the lifting of martial law in Taiwan, Pan Hsinhua has become an irreplaceable force for his uniquely brilliant artistic language.


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