The 2009 Asian Art Biennial entitled, Viewpoints & Viewing Points, features 56 artists, filmmakers and production teams from 20 Asian-Pacific countries who present a total of 144 works including painting, installation art, sculpture, digital arts, animation and documentary. All the works featured in the 2009 Asian Art Biennial demonstrate the artists’ unique perspectives in their observations of contemporary culture and society.
Viewpoints & Viewing Points explores how a multiplicity of perspectives have come to inform our contemporary reality, and how such reality, characterized by high degrees of equivocality, has in turn enriched the cultural perspectives of Asia.
Showing now until February 28, 2010 at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung.
National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts
2, Sec. 1, Wu Chuan W. Road
Taichung 403, Taiwan