【Art and Literature Lecture】Appropriate Objects and Pictographs - An Overview of Taiwan's Realistic Art
Ghana Takahiro, the delicate butterfly rests on the wall in high spirits, as if waiting for the wind to take off; Sam. Jenks' realistic human body sculptures seem to open their eyes in the next second and look at you. Do these realistic sculptures take your breath away? Are you curious about whether there are realistic sculptures in Taiwan?
In addition to being regarded as a form of artistic expression, sculpture is closely related to the development of human civilization. Under the complicated development context of colonization, postwar, and martial law in Taiwan, how did sculpture change and shape?
While appreciating sculpture, have you ever reflected on whether it is sculpture or painting, which is closer to the so-called reality? And what is realism?
This time, Professor Xiao Qiongrui, an authority on art history in Taiwan, was invited to discuss the development and changes of realistic art and understand the evolution of Taiwanese sculpture in the hot summer afternoon. Let us explore together.
Sincerely invite you to spend a beautiful summer of art and literature with us.
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Bank: Shin Kong Bank Yongan Branch (Bank Code 103)
Account number: 0949-50-0179191
Account Name: Ye Yuxiu
Professor, Department of History, National Cheng Kung University
Master of the Institute of History and Linguistics, National Cheng Kung University.
Expertise: Taiwan art history, art history and art criticism, public art.
Previous positions: 1st director of the Cultural Bureau of Tainan City Government, member of the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, member of the Taipei City Public Art Review Committee, member of the National Treasures and Important Antiquities Review Committee of the Executive Yuan Council for Cultural Affairs.