Text Art4d.Asia

Charwei Tsai creates works that draw from their surrounding environments and expand upon them, often through the combination of both visual and physical language..

TFAM: Parkett – 220 Artists’ Editions & Collaborations +5

May 18–August 25, 2013 Taipei Fine Arts Museum 181, Zhong Shan N. Road, Sec. 3 Taipei 10461, Taiwan Parkett – 220 Artists’ Editions & Collaborations since 1984 +5 will be on view at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM) from May 18 to August 25, 2013. The collaborative work between Parkett and over two hundred

Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair

If you are tuned into the print and book culture, which you probably are if you read this blog, then you have no doubt heard about Printed Matter’s annual New York Art Book Fair…

Sharjah Art Foundation

b. 1980, Taipei, Taiwan Lives and works in Taipei and Paris, France 2010 École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France 2002 BFA, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, USA At once highly personal and broad in concern, Charwei Tsai’s work is grounded in a sense of Taiwanese identity. Geographical, social and spiritual interests inform her

NY Art Book Fair: Focus on East Asia Artists’ Books in Tokyo, Taipei and Seoul

From the popularity of the Tokyo Art Book Fair and emergence of contemporary publication in Taipei to the expansion of artist networks in Korea, this session will explore the practice and diffusion of artists’ books throughout East Asia by examining this unique cultural context, its local perspectives, artistic trends, and recent exhibitions. Participants include Juk

Stopping For a Moment: The Art of Charwei Tsai

FOR HER MOST recent work Charwei Tsai has amassed a large pile of white feathers. The pile is placed on a circular mirror and heaped up to about half a meter high and one meter across. Down is mixed with wing feathers to make the whole pile seem fluffy and insubstantial. Were this not inside

The Written Image: Millennium Magazines

Since the first photocopier made the proliferation of text-image projects possible on a grassroots scale—that is, to starving artists and writers—the artist magazine has been an integral part of street-level self-promotion and a uniting force in the literary and visual arts. Over the years new technologies have elevated the form past its folded, stapled, black-and-white

Millenium Magazines

Throughout the twentieth century, innovations in international avant-garde visual arts and design were often first expressed in the informal context of a magazine or journal. This exhibition, drawn from the holdings of The Museum of Modern Art Library, follows this practice into the twenty-first century, exploring the various ways in which contemporary artists and designers