New Vision of Contemporary Photography


The 2015 TAIWAN PHOTO Photography Show is going to be held from Thursday 1st of October to Sunday 4th of October at the Shinkong Mitsukoshi Taipei Xinyi Plaza A9, 9th floor, Exhibition Center.

11:00 am – 09:00 pm, Thursday, 1st of October
11:00 am – 09:00 pm, Friday, 2nd of October
11:00 am – 09:00 pm, Saturday, 3rd of October
11:00 am – 08:00 pm, Sunday, 4th of October

07:00 pm – 09:00 pm, Friday, 2nd of October

The 5th Edition TAIWAN PHOTO in 2015 presented a broad spectrum of contemporary photography from 1839 to 21st Century and was entitled, “New Vision of Contemporary Photography”, a new way of seeing with a message from the moment we live to keep discovery series with you at all times.

Photo Expo has exclusively invited notable Eastern and Western international photographers Eiji INA from Japan and CHAO, Bin-Wen from Taiwan, to showcase both of their well known artworks “COVER” and “Farmhouse” photographic works.  Both of them are also using the large camera to catch the details of objective and sharp on the prints.

INA’s “COVER” series, which present the temporary structures that cover building sites, visualize things that have been hidden.  New artworks of Farmhouse series photographs by Chao, Bin-wen are represented the new vision of the countryside farmhouse turned into the modernization of Vela villages around the farmland, a new message to see the change of Taiwan agriculture and economic development.

More than before, over 93% of International Overseas Photographic Artists at Advantage
One can obtain/purchase the original prints immediately from 63+ artists’ works within 12 countries. 

From the gallery of 1839 Contemporary Gallery which hosts this grand event, not only do they invite international galleries but also incorporate domestic galleries to present their works. This exhibit certainly brings many works of renowned artist, so it absolutely is a brilliant show that cannot be missed.

More than 93% of International Overseas Photographic Artists exhibit their original prints.  The over 63 artists come from 12 different countries/regions, including China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Poland, Russia, S. Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, UK and the U.S. etc.


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