Taiwan’s Judicial Yuan shows it has an open heart

Government's judicial branch takes part in art show 'Open House Taipei'

Taiwan News
Date: 2020/11/28
By: Lyla Liu, Taiwan News, Staff Reporter

Art at the Judicial Yuan. (Taiwan News photo)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan's Judicial Yuan is open for art, with shows taking place on Saturday (Nov. 28) and Sunday (Nov. 29).

“Open House Taipei” originates in London, 1992, and has taken place in major cities worldwide. Due to the pandemic Taiwan is one of only two countries, along with Switzerland, to host the event this year, said curator Wu Juo-hao (吳卓昊).

The Judicial Yuan will open its doors to the public, along with 73 other institutions, such as artist studios and high-end bars, according to Wu. Works include those from calligrapher Chu Chen-nan (朱振南), photographer Kyo, and design studio Black and Blue Cosmos (黑青).

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