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Asian Art Biennial Celebrates Life and Art

By Linda Tancs

Oscar Wilde believed that the secret of life is in art.  The Asian Art Biennial at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts is examining that interrelationship and its effect on shaping today’s Asia during the Viewpoints and Viewing Points exhibition from 24 October until 28 February.  Fifty-six artists and teams from 20 Asian-Pacific countries have been invited to give their views on the current situations in Asia.  What better place to start than with the diverse host locale of Taiwan, an island of multiple tribes, cuisines and religions.  And now with the Neihu line connecting all of Taipei’s 12 administrative districts, you can explore the island’s largest city with ease.

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