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Exhibition Sheds Light on How Photographers Address Dramatic Social Changes in Taiwan 1986-1990"
歷史的暗影,與光"影像展 從紀錄社會巨變的影像中窺見台灣攝影藝術的變化

History's Shadows and Light Dates: Aug. 29 – Oct. 12, 2017 Venue: TECO-NY Gallery (1 E. 42nd St., 1st and 2nd floors) Curators: Sharleen YU, LIU Chen-hsiang Artists/Group: LIU Chen-hsiang│HSU Po-hsin│HUANG Tzu-ming │The Green Team Opening: Aug. 29, 6:30-8:00pm Curators’ Walkthrough: TBA Guided Tours: TBA

Organized by and first shown as a special section of the exhibition Faint Light, ...

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Enchanted Formosa An Evening of Music from Taiwan
謝宇威樂團 來自福爾摩沙的聲音 演唱會

Taipei Cultural Center in New York , in collaboration with Flushing Town Hall and Taiwanese Student Organization, Graduate Center, CUNY, present Enchanted Formosa. The concert explores the rich history of Taiwan in a multi-genre musical performance.

Enchanted Formosa captures over one hundred years of Taiwan’s history, from the Qing imperial era, to the Japanese colonial decades, to present day ...

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The Cultural Trajectory of Democracy: A Special Series of Events for the 30th Anniversary of the Lifting of Martial Law in Taiwan

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the lifting of martial law in Taiwan. The imposition of martial law stretched beyond sociopolitical issues and into arts and culture, which at that time, were unfairly interpreted through ideological lens. Under this strict censorship, many artworks were labelled unlawful, and ended up being either forcefully revised or banned. 


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"Power, Haunting and Resilience" on View Aug 19 to Dec 17 at Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University
解嚴與臺灣當代藝術展 9月8日隆重揭幕

This year is the 30th anniversary of the lifting of martial law, the Taipei Cultural Center in New York has organized special events including contemporary art exhibition to memorialize the 30th anniversary of the lifting of martial law. ...

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Martial Law and After: Reflection of the 30th Anniversary of the End of the Martial Law in Taiwan Cinema

The full impact of Martial Law was not immediately felt in Taiwan after its lifting in 1987. To some Taiwanese, especially those whose loved ones and family members had been jailed, killed, or simply disappeared, the 40-plus years of living under Martial Law was like a nightmare. Their only hope was daybreak, when ...

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