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12:00-21:00 November 11 (Fri.), 2016

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15:00-21:00, November 11 (Fri.), 2016

Vernissage

18:30-21:00, November 11 (Fri.), 2016

Public Opening

11:00-19:00, November 12-14 (Sat.-Mon.), 2016
11:00-18:00, November 15 (Tue.), 2016

Venue

Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 1 (Area A+B+C+D)
NO.5, Hsin-Yi Rd., Sec 5, Taipei City 11011, Taiwan, R.O.C


Ministry of Culture、Taiwan Art Gallery Association、Taiwan External Trade Development Council


Organizer :

Art Taipei 2016 Executive Committee

Executied :

ART TAIPEI FORUM X ART & AUTHENTICATION
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Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 1, 2F, Conference Room 1

MIT-Young Artist Discovery Expert Guided Tour and Artists Forum
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11/12 Sat.

09:00
Registration

10:00-11:00
The Origin of Paintings

• Milko Den LEEUW (Authentication in Art Foundation)

11:00
Break

11:10-12:30
Technical Art History │ The Procedure for Establishing the Scientific Resume of the Artwork and its Application

• Dr. Han-Chung WU

12:30
Lunch

13:30-15:00
Technical Art History │

The Conservation Science and Restoration Ethics of Artwork

• I-Chen LI (Director of Cheng Shiu University Conservation Center)
• Ioseba Imanol Soraluze Herrera (Oil Painting Conservator)
• Dr. Ioseba Imanol Soraluze Herrera (Oil Painting Conservator)
• Chien-Hua LU (Paper Conservator)
• Yi-Tsen CHEN (Object Conservator)
• Moderator: Dr. Han-Chung WU

15:00
Coffee & Tea

15:30-17:00
Art & Law │ Legal Issues Stemming from Artwork Authenticity Cases

• Chia-Ying LIN (Partner of Tomodachi Attorneys-at-Law)
• Ping LIN (Director of Taipei Fine Arts Museum)
• Moderator│Dr. Chieh-Hsiang WU (Associate Professor of Department of Art, National Changhua University of Education)

Venue: Art Salon, Made in Taiwan – Young Artist Discovery (Galleries X1-X8)
How to Register:30 openings are available for the expert guided tour; please sign up on-site. Both on-line and on-site registrations are available for the forum, with 30 openings available. Registration is first-come first-served, and will close once it is filled to capacity.

11/12 Sat.

12:30-13:00
Registration

13:00-14:00
MIT-Young Artist Discovery Expert Guided Tour

• Chiao Chen (Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Plastic Arts, Tainan National University of the Arts)

14:30-15:00
Registration

16:00-16:30
A Rendezvous with Oneself: MIT-Young Artist Discovery Forum

• Chiao Chen (Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Plastic Arts, Tainan National University of the Arts)
• Yun Chen   • Yu-Pei Wu   • Chienyi Wu

• I-I Peng   • Chih-Cheng Huang   • Shunting Huang

• Meng-Yu Wen   • Chih-Wei Chuang

Guided Tour
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Each guided tour rounds up on the Keelung Rd. in 5 minutes before the beginning.

11/12 Sat.

11/13 Sun.

11/14 Mon.

11/15 Tue.

13:00-14:00 (Session 1)
The Path of Art

Guo Xiang Zhang (Chinese)

14:00-15:00 (Session 2)
East and West Art Contexts

Darren Yeh (English)

15:00-16:00 (Session 3)
Concepts of Curating and the New Art Market

Li Hao Chang (Chinese)

17:00-18:00 (Session 4)
Contemporary Art In Motion

Jay Lai (Chinese)

13:00-14:00 (Session 5)
The Path of Art

Guo Xiang Zhang (Chinese)

14:00-15:00 (Session 6)
East and West Art Contexts

Darren Yeh (English)

15:00-16:00 (Session 7)
Imaging Art Market

Li Hao Chang (Chinese)

17:00-18:00 (Session 8)
New Developments with Art Collection

Chuan Pei Liang (Chinese)

13:00-14:00 (Session 9)
Reading Public Aesthetics

Guo Xiang Zhang (Chinese)

14:00-15:00 (Session 10)
Cross-Border Art

Jason Yen (English)

15:00-16:00 (Session 11)
Collaboration Mechanism for Artists and Galleries

Li Hao Chang (Chinese)

17:00-18:00 (Session 12)
New Developments with Art Collection

Chuan Pei Liang (Chinese)

13:00-14:00 (Session 13)
East and West Art Contexts

Guo Xiang Zhang (Chinese)

15:00-16:00 (Session 14)
Cross-Border Art

Jason Yen (English)

17:00-18:00 (Session 15)
Contemporary Art In Motion

Jay Lai (Chinese)

Art Lecture Agenda
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11/12 Sat.

13:00-13:30
Registration

13:30-15:30
Muses-in-Residence - Exhibition and Performing Arts Architecture in Taiwan

15:30-16:30
Break

17:00-19:00
Sky Ladder: The Art of Cai Guo-Qiang Premiere Screening × Artist Talk

• Sheng-Yuan HUANG (Chief Architect of Fieldoffice Architects )
• Kuo-Chien SHEN
(Partner of KRIS YAO | ARTECH)
• Chiaju LIN
(OMA Project Director of Taipei Performing Arts Center)
• Sotetsu SHA
(Director of Atelier SHARE)
• C. David TSENG
(Chair Professor at Faculty of Architecture and Dean of College of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan.)

The Muses are the Greek goddesses of inspiration in the arts, and they bring enlightenment to the world with beauty in the form of music, dance, poetry, and other creative expressions. Architecture has always been considered a form of art, with architects deemed masterful artists. Architects work diligently with landscapes and use architecture to interpret cities, lifestyles, cultures, and even imaginations for the future world. In the light of the recent development and inauguration of several art museums and performance venues in Taiwan, iconic Taiwanese architects and scholars specializing in architecture are invited to deconstruct architecture through the perspective of art in this lecture -- Exhibition and Performing Arts Architecture in Taiwan. From the design concepts and aesthetic outlooks of the architects, the audience will be guided to explore architecture as art (artworks), or how architectures that are considered art can lead to art exhibition and performance possibilities. The term “exhibition and performing arts architecture” can be thought of as a noun but also a verb, as in: architecture “exhibited and performed” as art, or even reversed into “art exhibited and performed as architecture”, and interesting discussions can be sparked by the different arrangements and combinations.

• Cai Guo-Qiang (Aritist)
• TKristy,Cha-Ray CHU
(Professor at Depatment of Communication Design, Shih Chien University)

Acclaimed filmmaker Kevin Macdonald has unfettered access to world-renowned artist, Cai Guo-Qiang, whose frequent use of gunpowder serves as both an ancestral homage and an acknowledgement of humanity's fleeting nature. Creating ambitious signature pieces on the largest imaginable scales, Cai's electrifying work often transcends physical permanence all while burning its philosophies into the audience's mind forever. Told through the artist's own words and those of family, friends and vigilant observers, Sky Ladder: The Art of Cai Guo-Qiang tracks his meteoric rise and examines how and why he engineers artworks that stretch as far as the eye can see and wow millions, such as a six mile-long gunpowder fuse stemming from the Great Wall into the Gobi Desert and the astounding opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics.
With the documentary’s ambitious namesake—a 1,650-foot ladder of fire climbing into the skies above his hometown—the film captures Cai's work, which unites Eastern philosophy with contemporary social issues. Sky Ladder: The Art of Cai Guo-Qiang (produced by Wendi Murdoch, Fisher Stevens and Hugo Shong, with Executive Producer Bennett Miller) is an in-depth portrait of a contemporary creative icon with an ever-present social-political consciousness, a man whose captivating works are visually imposing with implications just as grandiose.
※ An Netflix- exclusive event, participants have to register online; No on-site registration.

11/13 Sun.

13:00-13:30
Registration

13:30-15:00
Corporation Collection and Art Sponsorship

15:00-16:00
Break

16:00-17:30
Art Treasures Among the People: Private Art Museums and Collections

• Tsai-Hsin CHIU (Chairman of Chew’s Culture Foundation and Hong-Gah Museum)
• Vivian HSIUNG
(Director of Fubon Art Foundation)
• Jonas HO
(Chief Executive Officer of CMP PUJEN Foundation for Arts and Culture)
• Kao Tzu-Chin
(Chief Editor of ARTCO Magazine)

Art events have become part of life in many countries in Europe, the U.S., and also in Asia, with increasingly more corporate sponsored art events, art organizations, and artists. It is not only a way to contribute to society but also a good way to uplift corporate image. From a more active standpoint, corporate art sponsorship can spark creative potentials in artists, and it is also a cultural soft power for a city or even a nation and a way for it to accumulate collective art energy in society. A substantial historical context is observed in Taiwan’s corporate art event sponsorship and art collection. In order to understand the types of art and cultural corporate sponsorships, collections and models, this lecture will invite representatives from cultural/art foundations under renowned corporations in Taiwan to share with us their specific experiences, aiming to bring to generate more understanding for the impacts from collection and sponsorship endeavors and to inspire more interactions between art and corporations.

• Brian Sweeney (Founder of Artlab21 Foundation (ESMoA))
• Magnus Renfrew
(Founder and Managing Director of ARTHQ Strategy Ltd)


Private Art Museum Report, launched by Larry’s List and Art Market Monitor of Artron (AMMA) in 2016, is the first global study on the present setting of privately founded art museums. The research team follows and investigates the developments of private art museums and provides information on their current statuses, data, and cultural landscapes, offering insights on this rising trend. Art Taipei has invited Brian Sweeney, founder of ESMoA (a private art laboratory in Los Angeles, USA), and Magnus Renfrew, former Director Asia for Art Basel, to discuss the operating models, current states, and future prospects for private contem- porary art museums by extending the discussion from topics including collection, exhibition, and publicness.
※ Subject to Change

Art Salon
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Art Salon is an intimate area designated for forums. It offers a discussion platform for Taiwanese and international artists, curators, art critics, and other experts to interact and share their creations with the audience. The design of the space is simple and approachable, and feels like an artist’s small living room. With a succession of programs arranged, daily schedules are available for the audience to search for their topics of interest and for them to come to the Art Salon to interact with the artists. The program will be officially printed on the Art Salon’s entrance wall.

11/12 Sat.

11/13 Sun.

11/14 Mon.

13:00-14:00
Shifting Roles: The Artist, The Gallery and The Collectors

Helen Turner、Gregory Pryor、

Yaohua Su

14:00-15:00
International Exchange of Emerging Young Artist in Asia

HA Manh Thang、 Rikako KAWAUCHI

15:00-16:30
A Rendezvous with Oneself:MIT-Young Artist Discovery Forum

Chiao Chen, Artists:Yun Chen, Yu-Pei Wu, Chienyi Wu, I-I Peng, Chih-Cheng Huang, Shunting Huang, Meng-Yu Wen, Chih-Wei Chuang

17:00-18:00
Katsura Funakoshi:The Soul Sculptor

Katsura Funakoshi、Rick Wang、Yun-Hsin, Lai

13:00-14:00
Guidelines for New Collectors to Buying Great Art

Tomio Koyama、Yaji Huang

14:00-15:00
Public Art and the Urban Landscape

Jun T.Lai、 Po-Lin Yang、 May Hsu、LU Zheng-yuan、Shyong Perngjuh

15:00-16:00
Decoding Italy:How the Renaissance and Natural Landscape Breed Artists

Aron Demetz、Robert Pan、Marco Scarpelli、 Claudio Chen

16:00-17:00
Russian Contemporary Art Scene and Development

Zorikto DORZHIEV、Nikolai BLOKHIN

17:00-18:00
Dialogue of International Art Fairs: KIAF v.s. ART TAIPEI

Heecheol Jung、Emerson Wang

13:00-14:00
Presentation of New Database:ArtTrend

Emerson Wang

14:00-15:30
Japan Focus: Artist and Japanese Contemporary Art

Satoru Tamura、Shinji Ihara、Keiki YAMADA、Bai,Shi Ming

16:00-17:00
Southeast Asia Contemporary Art Scene

Kow Leong Kiang 、 阿旺・達密、Edwin Rahardjo 、Vivi Yip