Wang Jun-Jieh at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

Wang Jun-Jieh’s early work “Face/TV” ( 1989) and “How History Was Wounded” (1989; in collaboration with Cheang Shu Lea) will be exhibited at The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo. 

This international exhibition “Awakenings: Art in Society in Asia 1960s–1990s” is a collaborative project among the three national museums of Japan, Korea and Singapore continuing the legacy of the 2005-2006 “Cubism in Asia” exhibition. 

Chang Chao-Tang’s “Banqiao” (1962) and Chen Chieh Jen’s “Dysfunction No. 3” (1983) will also be presented in the exhibition.

Watermelon Sisters at Pompidou Centre

"Watermelon Love" at Pompidou Centre

Come explore the multi-faceted ideas and expressions of queer identity through seven videos made by international artists. The event brings together artists from different regions and contexts, including FAFSWAG, the Pacific LGBT collective from New Zealand, the artistic duo Watermelon Sisters created by Ming Wong (Singapore) and Yu Cheng-Ta (Taiwan), and the Berlin-based American artist Wu Tsang. Together these works examine the complex ideas of cultural, political and social movements through a queer prism. 

 Session hosted by Yung Ma (curator, Musée National d’Art Moderne) with the artists in attendance.

The exhibition event starts from 20:00, September 27, 2018 at Pompidou Centre.

TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT at Kunsthal Charlottenborg

"Tell Me What You Want" at Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Yu Cheng-Ta’s synchronized four-channel video Tell Me What You Want (2015-2017) will be exhibited at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen. The film screening will be followed by a talk between Yu Cheng-Ta and art critic Maria Bordorff.

Tell Me What You Want (2017) is a mockumentary in four chapters about desire, friendship, and negotiation between a foreign traveler and the local so-called ‘marketeers’ that he encounters on the street in Malate, Manila.

Using a fictitious name, ‘David’, Yu Cheng-Ta travels to Malate, shifting his identity between tourist, friend and artist, allowing him to get involved in ambiguous narratives and relations. In Malate, ‘tell me what you want’ is a common greeting referring to the transactional structures characteristic to the red light districts. By incorporating transaction as a concept for the production of the film, Yu Cheng-Ta delves into a blurred field of tourism, sex industry and performance.

The exhibition event starts from 17:00, September 26, 2018 at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen.

 

Yu Cheng Ta at Centre Pompidou

Yu Cheng-Ta at Centre Pompidou

Yu Cheng-Ta’s synchronized four-channel video Tell Me What You Want (2015-2017) will be exhibited at Centre Pompidou followed by a reading performance.

The exhibition event starts from 19:00, September 13, 2018 at Petite salle, Centre Pompidou, Paris.

Yuan Goang-Ming in “Tomorrowland”

Yuan Goang-Ming in "Tomorrowland"

Yuan Goang-Ming’s video works Tomorrowland (2018), Everyday Maneuver (2018), and Landscape of Energy (2014) in “Tomorrowland”, HENI Project Space, Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, London, UK. 

On view June 20 – August 6, 2018

Yu Cheng-Ta in “Film Screening II”

Yu Cheng-Ta in "Film Screening II"

Yu Cheng-Ta’s Tell Me What You Want (2015-17) is part of a group show of video artists “Film Screening II”, which also includes our current show artist Tao Hui, at Edouard Malingue Gallery in Hong Kong.

On view July 26 – September 6,  2018

Heidi Voet at “PLAY”

Heidi Voet at "PLAY"

When all the world is a hopeless Jumble by Heidi Voet at “PLAY” festival in Diksmuidekaai.
“PLAY” is a headstrong city festival that will take over the centre of Kortrijk with contemporary artworks. 40 artists from 18 different countries present 60 artworks at 16 indoor and outdoor locations in Kortrijk. 

On View June 23 – November 11, 2018

Yu Cheng-Ta and Tsui Kuang-Yu in “BANGKOK BIENNIAL: Cinema Taipei”

Yu Cheng-Ta and Tsui Kuang-Yu in "BANGKOK BIENNIAL: Cinema Taipei"

“Cinema Taipei”, organized by Frankie Su, Jun Yang and Taipei Contemporary Art Center, is a screening project of Taiwanese contemporary art videos and films, at Cho Why (Chinatown Bangkok), as part of the Bangkok Biennial 2018.

On View July 1 – 29, 2018
Opening Event: June 30, 2018, 19:00 – 22:00

Chien-Chi Chang at Taiwan International Documentary Festival 2018

Chien-Chi Chang at Taiwan International Documentary Festival 2018

Chien-Chi Chang’s The War That Never Was (2018) has been selected in the program of Taiwan International Documentary Festival 2018 (TIFD).

‘Documemory’ screenings
Friday, May 11, 2018. 16:20 – 15:25
Sunday, May 13, 2018. 20:20 – 21:25