Hsu Chia-Wei – Industrial Research Institute of Taiwan Governor-General's Office
10 Jun 2017 – 23 Jul 2017
Taipei City, Taiwan
The 25-year-old Liang Gallery was founded in 1993 by Director Yen-Liang Yu who is currently also a Member of the Board of Directors of the Chen Cheng-po Cultural Foundation.
Located in Neihu Technology Park in Taipei and based in a three-story building of 2000 square meters, Liang Gallery organizes exhibitions of different themes every month.
The gallery aims to promote important Taiwanese artists of the early 20th century, and is devoted to curating exhibitions of Asian contemporary art. Scholarly approach to art history and contemporary art exhibitions is the main focus of the gallery.
Since its founding, Liang Gallery has been committed in creating artistic programs with a strong scholarly approach to art history in Taiwan. The gallery has been working with foundations and families of senior artists, such as Chen Cheng-po, Yang San-Lang, Chen Chih-Chi, Li Mei-Shu, Chin Jun-Tso, Pu Tien-Sheng, Yang Yu-Yu, and others. In order for private galleries to establish a strong position in the history of Taiwanese art, Liang Gallery regularly organizes large-scale retrospective exhibitions and discussion forums, and widely promotes Taiwanese art in various social sectors.
In the past 24 years, Liang Gallery has accumulated rich experience in curating art exhibitions and has attended several international art fairs. Working with its solely represented and exhibited artists, Liang Gallery is strongly involved in modern and contemporary art scene and aims to show Taiwanese artists to the world. Artworks by represented artists have been included into major museum collections.
The rise of the international art fairs in the 21st century has increased exchange opportunities between the east and west, thus turning the world into a global art village. Liang Gallery has been participating at international art fairs, such as Art Basel Hong Kong, Loop, Art London, Art Beijing, Vienna Contemporary, Art Taipei, Art Stage Singapore, to promote Taiwanese art globally.