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Taipei Fine Arts Museum

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Taipei Fine Arts Museum
181, ZhongShan N. Road, Sec. 3,
Taipei
Venue Type: Museum

Country:
united states



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> CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
April 12th - May 18th Finalists for Program X-site 2014: Nine Ways to Imagine the Space
 
March 29th - May 18th Short Fiction
Liu Chih-Hung
 
March 29th - May 18th The Fragrant Mountain Winds-Meet Etan’s Depictions Through Markings and Patterns
Etan Pavavalung
 
March 8th - June 8th View–Point: A Retrospective Exhibition
Li Yuan-Chia
 
January 25th - April 20th A Retrospective
Xu Bing
 
January 18th - April 20th Telling Details: Photorealism in Taiwan
Huang Ming Chang, Hilo Chen, Huang Chia-Ning Y.J. Cho, KUO Chwen, Ku Ho-Chung, Han Hsiang-ning, SZETO Keung, Chu-Hsin Lee, CHOU CHU WANG, HSIA Yan, C.J. Yao, Tzu-Chi Yeh
 
> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.tfam.museum/?sid=1
EMAIL:  
director@tfam.gov.tw
CONTACT:  
Fang-Wei Chang, director of TFAM
OPEN HOURS:  
Sun-Sat 9 AM -10 PM
PHONE:  
+886 2 25957656
FAX:  
+886 2 25944104
COST:  
Adult admission:TWD200 | Concessions:TWD150
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DESCRIPTION

The goal of the Museum’s collection focuses on acquiring representative, creative, and outstanding works by significant local and overseas artists. The collection includes works from the beginning of the twentieth century, alongside artworks from the nineteenth century. We wish to continue the collection system of Chinese art where the National Palace Museum has left off in collecting Chinese antiques. Our collection is characterized by the art history of Taiwan and its modern features.

The department is responsible for the acquisition, management, research and promotion of the artworks in the specific areas mentioned above. Its goal is to accumulate important assets of art for the general public, and to properly maintain, manage and utilize them. At the same time, the department conducts research on the collection. Through related exhibitions, publications and educational activities, it allows the combination of art and life and makes the collection accessible to everyone.


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