• Heavenly Waters – Wang Tingyu Solo Exhibition

    Jan 08 - Mar 05, 2022

    Soka Art is proud to kick off 2022 with Ting-Yu Wang’s new solo exhibition, Heavenly Waters. The exhibition will be held for 8 weeks from January 8th to March 5th. Echoing his previous exhibitions “Charting with Constellation” (2016), “Sky Messenger” (2019), and “Verdiales of the Forsaken Hamlet” (2020), this exhibition is named after one of the eight constellation families, Heavenly Waters, which mainly focuses on Aquarius and water-related themes. Unlike his previous works, the artist now places a greater emphasis on color arrangements as well as gaming elements and concepts that lead viewers to explore seemingly familiar images and ponder the profound meaning behind each painting.

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  • Space Exploration – Hsi Shihpin

    Nov 06, 2021 - Jan 01, 2022

    Following the “Hsi Shihpin.Invisible Stars of the Hydra” solo exhibition at Soka Art Taipei in 2017, Soka Art will be launching Hsi's new solo exhibition adventure on November 6, 2021. Hsi opened the prelude to this exhibition with a short poem - "Ordinary men are traveling into space, and the universe is full of unknown possibilities for tomorrow.". He once again built the exhibition hall into a narrative intertwining the mundane and fantastic, leading visitors on a gorgeous fantasy journey about exploration and the unknown.
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  • Scene of Mountains - Zhou Mingde Solo Exhibition

    Sep 04 - Oct 30, 2021

    Soka Art Taipei is honored to welcome Chinese contemporary ink artist Zhou Mingde and his new solo exhibition, Scene of Mountains. This 2021 exhibition marks his third solo exhibition following those in Taipei and Beijing in 2017 and 2019, respectively. In addition to showcasing works from his most representative series, In the Mountains, he will also debut his latest series, The Trace.
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  • Gazing and Feeling Exercise

    Apr 24 - May 29, 2021

    “Standing in front of a work of art, what is the first thing you do? Do you look for the name of the artist and work on the exhibit label before attempting to make a connection between the text and image? Or, do you intuitively seek the visual and sensual stimulation provided by the artwork? Perhaps you try to recall some similar memory or knowledge deep within your mind.
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  • In the Name of Time - Artists Group Exhibition

    Mar 13 - Apr 10, 2021

    Time is an abstract noun, one that is never absent in our lives. However, have you ever thought of using time other than for the purposes of making appointments, arranging itineraries, and calculating the duration of something? What else can you do with time? From 3/13 (Sat) to 4/10 (Sat), 2021, “In the Name of Time – Artists Group Exhibition” organized by Soka Art will feature remarkable works by 10 prominent artists from Japan and Korea, including Naoki Koide, Moon Bongsun, Kosuke Nagata, Ji Yongho, Teppei Kaneuji, Chiho Aoshima, Kang Misun, Masahiko Kuwahara, Daido Moriyama, and Jeong Jinyong (ordered based on the number of strokes in their surname). The exhibition is centered around five major themes: “Frozen in Time”, “Stacking of Time”, “Contrast of Time”, “Heritage of Time”, and “Condensation of Time”. Let’s take a look to see how the artists narrate different stories of life in the name of time.
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