The exhibition “Art and Culture of Taiwan,” is the third edition organized by Curator of the exhibition, Andrea Liu, who for many years is President of the Chinese Association and the Chinese Overseas Association, Commissioner for the Affairs of the Overseas Community (Ministry) of the Republic of China. The exhibition was also subsequently shared with Palazzo Comunale di Pistoia.
Sixteen artists presented their different styles and colours of life. It’s their personal contribution to how they interpret what is underlying the fundamental elements in life: beauty, wonder and mystery, history, spirituality, feelings and love. Their repertoire includes many genres, from ink painting to oil, from sculpture to photography.
Traditional Chinese art with its precious history, fascinating landscapes and ancient characters, slowly evolves. Now modern and contemporary art is much loved and appreciated by the Taiwanese people. And it is an art of the spiritual, outside the tangible formal dimension, it goes beyond things, it passes through time and space. In art emotions are given, an immense beauty opens up to our eyes and truths emerge behind appearances.
The exhibition “Art and culture of Taiwan” is the third edition organized together with the Municipality of Bologna in the Sala d ‘Ercole of Palazzo d’Accursio, will be subsequently transferred to the Palazzo Comunale di Pistoia.
Ambassador Lee Shin Yin spoke of his gratitude to the city of Bologna for hosting the exhibition:
“We are lucky and we feel very honoured to have been invited to organize these great exhibitions by both the Municipalities of Bologna and Pistoia, welcoming cities of extraordinary beauty and rich in culture, history and art.”
The Curator of the exhibition, Andrea Liu, for many years President of the Chinese Association and the Chinese Overseas Association, Commissioner for the Affairs of the Overseas Community (Ministry) of the Republic of China (Taiwan), in addition to organizing cultural events, collaborates with the organization of many international festivals, bringing many groups of music and dance to participate in festivals in Italy and around Europe. He has been living in Bologna for 40 years and said of the city that, “He loves the city but he also loves his native home too and is always very happy and proud to bring art and culture together.”
Ambassador Lee Shin Yin added that:
“Many Italian artists are also invited to participate in Taiwanese festivals, so as to encourage a constant cultural exchange between Italy and Taiwan.”
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