Alumni Events

The New Vision of Printmaking

Exhibition / Taiwan
July 21, 2017 - September 24, 2017
Gallery 401/501, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, TNUA (1 Hsueh-Yuan Road. Peitou. Taipei )

This exhibition explores some of the current practices by artists working with printmaking who are approaching the form not specifically as printmakers but are in many cases using print as one of a number of forms of expression or in combination with other media. They represent new forms of engagement that is informed by current art practices and the impact of digital media, the relation to drawing and photo based media, as well as in some cases, durational, installation and performative practices. This is represented in the different cultural traditions in Taiwan, London and Madrid where most of the artists gravitate to or are based. It is possible to recognise some of the specific cultural conditions that inform the work from each country and the extent to which traditional forms of printmaking have been embraced or even rejected. The exhibition therefore highlights how these artists apply the concepts of print to their artistic expression. By presenting the prints created from different aspects and in different forms, the viewers will get a grasp of the new vision of printmaking which comes along with the departure from old traditions.

Grantees: Jui-Chung Yao, Jun-Jieh Wang, Meng Chuan Isa Ho

Website: http://www.kdmofa.tnua.edu.tw/en/index.php?REQUEST_ID=bW9kPWV4JnBhZ2U9ZGV0YWlsJkVJRD0yMDYmWVk9MjAxNw==