Works of art from around the world on display at the RCB Galleria


Happy Days and Righteous Things by Hsieh Jung-En. photos courtesy of River City Bangkok

Dozens of winning artworks from Taiwan and around the world will be displayed at the “2022 Taichung City Da Dun Fine Arts Exchange” exhibition at RCB Galleria 1 in River City Bangkok, Charoen Krung 24, from tomorrow to September 25 . This is the first time in three years that one of Taiwan’s most important international art exhibitions will bring excellent works to Bangkok.

Founded by the Cultural Affairs Bureau of Taichung City Government in 1996, the Da Dun Fine Arts Exchange Exhibition has grown from a platform for local artists to accepting artworks from Taiwan and of the whole world.

It has gradually gained a reputation in the international art and literature scene over the years, attracting outstanding artists from over 40 countries.

To promote artistic exchange, the office has brought the winning works of the annual competition to exhibit internationally every year since 2007. So far, the selections have been exhibited in Japan, the United States, Australia, Indonesia , New Zealand, Malaysia, China, Vietnam and Canada.

Flower Memories – Lin Yen-Liang’s Lily. Bangkok River City

The upcoming exhibition in Bangkok will see more than 60 works of different media, forms and themes, showing the vigorous development of contemporary Taiwanese artistic creation.

They are divided into 11 categories including ink wash painting, calligraphy, seal engraving, glue painting, oil painting, watercolor, printmaking, photography, sculpture, crafts and digital arts.

The opening ceremony will take place tomorrow at 2 p.m. There are no admission fees.


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