Reality‧Representation: New acquisition of photography

Through January 13, 2013, Taipei Fine Arts Museum is hosting an exhibition (link) which showcases the new photographic works that the Museum has collected in the past two years. The collection is composed of photographs taken over the course of 20 years by eight photographers born in the 1950s and 60s. Since the 1990s, photography in Taiwan has continued to evolve with the flourishing new imaging media, and the exhibition shows how, by using documentary photography, these photographers demonstrate their unique artistic expressions through keen observation and their aesthetic points of view; and how they convey their affection for and interpretation of this land and its environmental features, cultural patterns and life’s struggles in a rapidly changing society.