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Jul 16, 2022
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In the past ten years, six capitals, counties and cities, including outlying islands and even many universities, have been competing to invest in the construction of art museums. However, apart from the successful opening of the Tainan Municipal Art Museum, the Chiayi Municipal Art Museum and several university art galleries, the other venues that have been attracting attention due to their high-profile handling of the competition are still in chaos, strictly speaking, especially in terms of future operating mechanisms. The "old three museums" in the north, middle and south, and even the Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall and the National Museum of History, which photo background removing have been focusing on traditional art exhibitions for many years, have recently invested a large amount of budget for renovation and expansion in response to the needs of the times. The prosperity of this wave of "art museum craze" in Taiwan was only seen in the 1980s. At that time, in view of the economic and industrial take-off, cultural construction was regarded as a check and balance of national development strategies, which could be said to be ahead of the trend in Asia. It also contributed to the rise of Taiwan's contemporary art industry and the general trend of entering the world, and its influence benefited the millennium. In the past ten years, the craze of the beetle competition has resumed, and the government, academia, and the public have once again invested in visual art that has been in decline for a long time. Originally, it was very exciting and worth looking forward to. It's just that the recent development of art museums is in a stalemate, which is really worrying about the follow-up development. The Gaomei Pavilion has undergone two regime shifts in a short period of time. The director of the Gome Pavilion has changed rapidly. The resignation of the director of the North America Pavilion followed the opening of the Biennale. The square in front of the Gaomei Museum will be completed before the Spring Festival holiday. It is hoped that with a friendly environment and friendly works, the museum will be closer Photo Credit: Courtesy of Gaomei Pavilion Gaomei Pavilion
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