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“Home & House” – Cultural Accessibility Exploration Area for All (Review) Appreciation
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Exhibition Dates: 2019/08/24 ~ 2020/02/16
Place: 301 Gallery
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 “Home & House” is a featured exhibition area for full public access to culture – inheriting the audio description with tactile installation for the permanent exhibition area at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts since 2017 – with a themed focus on the interpretation of “house/architecture” using the museum’s art collection to fulfill the concept of the “Home & House.”





The home is a smallest social unit in the traditional Taiwanese society. A household is therefore a practical realization of the concept of a family. It defines the boundaries of a family and interweaves two types of relationships: people with deities or ancestors and with other family members. In other words, traditional housing is both a home for residence and a place for ceremonies. This exhibition features a variety of media and art techniques, including oil painting, gouache, ink painting, print, watercolor and photography, video and composite material installation. It is hoped that the visually impaired and all visitors will be able to touch and feel the assistive peripherals to observe the subject of “house/architecture.” From there, they could gain deeper insights into the rich performance of Taiwanese art in terms of realism and avant-garde, the new expressions in painting, and the applications of new materials. We can bear witness to the artists’ multiple interpretations and discussions on the concept of “Home & House” from various time periods in the side-by-side exhibition of similar materials being used.


 
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