Friday, November 8, 2013
The works of Nick Veasey, a British artist specializing in X-ray photography, made their debut yesterday in Taipei at the Bluerider Art gallery.
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Berlin Philharmonic's chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle on Wednesday touted the Taiwanese music audience as one of the greatest in the world, as the orchestra prepared to perform in Taipei later this week.
Culture Minister Lung Ying-tai will set off on a four-day trip to Hong Kong on Friday to promote Taiwan's performing arts groups and deepen cultural exchanges between the two sides.
A woolly mammoth and a rhinoceros that died and were frozen in permafrost 39,000 years ago were unboxed in Taipei Wednesday ahead of an exhibition that will open Nov. 16 to showcase the ice-age creatures.
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
The award-winning Taiwanese band Mayday announced Monday in London that it will go on its first European tour next February to mark its 15th anniversary.
The upcoming Monet: Landscapes of Mind exhibition will be relocating art by Impressionist master Claude Monet to Taipei's National Museum of History in the form of the artist's most prized works from his private collection, said Marianne Mathieu, assistant director of the Musee Marmottan Monet.
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
The ninth annual Taiwan European Film Festival will open Nov. 8, offering free viewing of 16 European films around Taiwan over a one-month period.1 Comment
Renowned British painter Andrew Festing, best known for his portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, arrived Taiwan yesterday for a six-day-tour, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said yesterday.
The stunning aerial photography featured in “Beyond Beauty: Taiwan From Above” has helped propel the film to make NT$11 million (US$373,868) in just three days, more than any other documentary has made in its premiere week at the local box office.
Monday, November 4, 2013
The Taipei Film Commission is determined to provide one-stop service for people who are interested in shooting and making films in Taiwan, according to its founding members.