By: Su Mu-chun and Ko Lin
Taipei, Oct. 6 (CNA) An exhibition of select artworks from collections of four museums in Taiwan and Japan opened Saturday in Taichung, as a prelude to the 2018 Taichung World Flora Exposition to be held from Nov. 3 to April 24 next year.
The flower-themed “Flowers of Immense Charm – A Master Piece Exhibition by Four Major Museums” exhibition is co-organized by Taiwan’s National Palace Museum, Chimei Museum and National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, and Japan’s Tokyo Fuji Art Museum, with Hsiao Chong-ray (蕭瓊瑞), professor in history at National Cheng Kung University, serving as its chief curator.
A total of 148 select artworks from the four museums’ collections are on display at National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts until Feb. 10 next year.
Taichung Mayor Lin Chia-lung (林佳龍) and Deputy Culture Minister Hsiao Tsung-huang (蕭宗煌) were also present at the opening reception. [FULL STORY]