Check out the article published today in Art Radar Asia about my most recent curatorial project in Taiwan. Here is the link:
I was interviewed recently by Art Radar writer Michele Chan, and she wrote an article featuring the new international eco-art project I curated this year at the National Museum of Marine Science & Technology in in Keelung, Taiwan.
My previous posts on May 31 and June 2 in this Blog give more information about this environmental art project. Also, you can see more on the Museum’s website at http://artproject2015.nmmst.gov.tw/en.html
The exhibition features site-specific sculpture installations by Ashish Ghosh, Firman Djamal, Michael & Anna Rofka, Sarah Havilland, Sue Bamford, Rudi Punzo, Yi-chun Lo, Chris Lee and Hung Wei Lin. The artworks remain on view in Keelung, Taiwan through 8/31/2015.
This article also mentions the Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project (http://artproject4wetland.wordpress.com )
in Cheng Long, Yunlin County, Taiwan, that I have been curating each year since 2010. The 2015 Cheng Long Wetlands art project featured site specific environmental artworks by 5 international artists: Chao-chang Lee, Roger Rigorth, Maris Merlin, Tsuneo Sekiguchi, and Chris Varady-Szabo.
Art Radar Asia also had an article about the Cheng Long eco-art project in Taiwan back in April, 2015.
It is great that Taiwan is being recognized as a leader in environmental art in Asia!