Politics has had complex effects on the cultural life of Taiwan in the twentieth century. These forty-four works, curated from the collection of the National Museum of History (Taipei), offer subtle observations of Taiwan in the 1950s and 1960s, from the perspectives of fifteen artists and photographers, as fresh and curious witnesses to lives in flux.
Featuring photography, sketches and prints by: Chang Tsuan-chuan, Chao Erh-tai, Chen Shih-an, Cheng Shang-hsi, Hsi Teh-chin, Kao Shan-lan, Lin Chih-hsin, Liu, An-ming, Teng Nan-kuang, Tsai Hui-ch'un, Tsai Hui-feng, Tsai Kao-ming, Tu Feng-hui, Yang Chi-hsin, Yu Ju-chi.
Curated by Dr Olivier Krischer (Australian Centre on China in the World) and Dr Hsieh Shih-ying 謝世英 (National Museum of History).
Two Guided Tours by Dr Olivier Krischer
2.50pm to 3.20pm, 21 March 2015
1.15pm to 1.45pm, 22 March 2015
Exhibition dates: 6 January - 3 April, 2015
Gallery hours: 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday
Special Weekend Viewing: 21-22 March, 11am-5pm, to coincide with 2015 Taiwan Film Festival
SpeakersDr Olivier Krischer
Dates & timesSaturday, 21 March 2015 2.45pm - 1.45pm
Gallery, China in the World Building (188), Fellows Lane, ANU