Taipei Fine Arts Museum organised the annual 2-28 art exhibitions from 1996-1999, sponsored by the Taipei City Government. For this third exhibition, the Museum invited an art historian, Prof. Chong-Ray HSIAO as the curator, in order to delve deeper into and to reflect on the variety of contemporary Taiwanese approaches to the history of the 2-28 Incident. Twenty-six local artists had participated in this exhibition, and the exhibits varied from oil-paintings to digital prints. The catalogue includes an essay by Chongray Hsiao and a brief biography of each artist in Chinese. With forewords by the mayor of the Taipei city and the director of the Museum.
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- HSIAO Chongray, 蕭瓊瑞


- TIEN Luoh, 天洛

Reflection and Reconsideration: 2-28 Commemorative Exhibition
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Reflection and Reconsideration: 2-28 Commemorative Exhibition, 凝視與形塑 後二二八世代的歷史觀察

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