Groundbreaking Nonprofit Space Opens in Taiwan

By David Frazier

TAIPEI — Taiwan’s contemporary art scene is dominated by government-run museums such as the 26-year-old Taipei Fine Arts Museum, with privately owned commercial galleries emerging as a second force only in recent years. But on May 16, the final steps in the establishment of a third, independent alternative were taken with the election of the board of directors for the Taipei Contemporary Art Center (TCAC), which appears as Taiwan’s most ambitious nonprofit art space to date. Its 63 founding members include all but one of the

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