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Art Taipei 2014 to kick off late next month
台北藝博 十月底世貿一館開展

Marc Chagall’s Scene de Village a l’Animal Bleu, which will be displayed by Singapore’s Opera Gallery at Art Taipei 2014.
來自新加坡的Opera Gallery將在二0一四年台北藝術博覽會展出夏卡爾作品,圖為夏卡爾作品《Scene de Village a l’Animal Bleu》。

Photo courtesy of Taiwan Art Gallery Association
照片由畫廊協會提供

Art Taipei 2014 will be held at the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) Exhibition Hall 1 from Oct. 31 to Nov. 3. 145 galleries will take part in the exhibition, with more than half of them coming from foreign countries or regions, including Japan, Hong Kong, China, the Philippines and Israel. Among others, the event will showcase works by Gerhard Richter, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Marc Chagall, Zao Wou-ki, Sanyu, Ai Weiwei, Liu Kuo-sung.

Art Taipei is divided into five broad themes this year: Art Galleries, Art Classic, New Media, Young Art Discovery, and MIT — Rising Artist Recommendation Section. The Art Galleries section will make up the largest list of exhibitors. The Art Classic section features works primarily by veteran Taiwanese artists. The New Media section stages art shows for multi-faceted contemporary art works and the Young Art Discovery section showcases works by young artists from Taiwan and abroad, while the MIT — Rising Artist Recommendation Section is held in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture.

Art Taipei 2014 will take place at TWTC Exhibition Hall 1 from Oct. 31 to Nov. 3. For more information, please visit the Art Taipei 2014 Web site at http://art-taipei.com.

(Liberty Times, Translated by Lin Ya-ti)

二0一四年台北國際藝術博覽會將於十月三十一日至十一月三日在台北世貿一館登場,今年共一百四十五家畫廊參展,其中半數以上是海外畫廊,日本、香港、中國、菲律賓、以色列等十五個國家或地區都有畫廊參加,展品包括傑哈‧李希特、畢卡索、達利、夏卡爾、趙無極、常玉、艾未未、劉國松等藝術家作品。

Art Taipei今年規劃五大展區,「藝術畫廊展區」占最大宗,「經典畫廊展區」以台灣前輩畫家作品為主,「新媒體區」展現當代藝術多元風貌,「Young Art Discovery」展出海內外年輕藝術家,「MIT—新人推薦特區」則與文化部合作。

二0一四台北國際藝術博覽會於十月三十一日至十一月三日在台北世界貿易中心展覽大樓一館舉行,詳情可參見二0一四年台北國際藝術博覽會官網。

(自由時報記者楊明怡)

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