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TAG Art Museum unveiled Living Time, the most comprehensive presentation of Antony Gormley’s work in Asia to date, on April 28, 2023. The exhibition spans nearly 40 years of the artist’s exploration of the body as a site of transformation and exchange.


TAG Museum is delighted to present Myonghi Kang: Ciel Terre, a major solo exhibition on artist Myonghi Kang. Running from April 26, 2023 to July 2023, the comprehensive exhibition features around 90 works, including rarely seen early works from the 1960s to 80s, and recent monumental canvases, that invite visitors to embark on a spiritual pilgrimage through the power of nature. The exhibition will be installed in Halls 7 and 8 of the museum, overlooking the coast of the Yellow Sea. Following Myonghi’s previous exhibition in China in 2011 at the Beijing Imperial City Art Museum, Myonghi Kang: Ciel Terre at TAG marks the artist’s presence once again in the region, enabling the public in China to discover over five decades of her oeuvre.


"The 7th John Moores Painting Prize (China) Exhibition" was held at TAG Art Museum on the afternoon of 20th May. The exhibition was co-organized by TAG Art Museum, John Moores Painting Prize Trust, and Powerlong Museum. The John Moores Painting Prize, launched in the UK in 1957, has served as the leading prize for British painting for more than 60 years and has earned a reputation internationally.


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