The 2016 Keelung International Marien Environmental Art Project opens today, June 5, at 1PM at the Keelung, Taiwan, National Museum of Marine Science & Technology.
The 7 international artists have done a great job this year to create very large outdoor sculpture installations on the theme of “Envisioning the Future of Our Oceans”.
Here are photos of the final finished artworks:
Ester Fabregat, Spain, “Keelung Air Swimmers”
Tsuneo Sekiguchi, Japan, “Keelung Rainbow Hut”
Patrick Demazeau, France, “A Good Blow of Brush to Clean the Ocean”
Regine Neumann, Germany, “Just the Tip of the Iceberg”
Yi-shuian Li, Taiwan, “Sea Creature Gods”
Piotr Wesolowski, Poland, “Inside/Outside”
Steve McPherson, UK/England, “Banners”
英國藝術家Steve McPherson-標識物 們
These artworks made with natural and recycled materials will remain on view until 8/31/2016, around the NMMST in Keelung, and many will stay longer to be enjoyed by visitors to the Keelung/Badouzi area in northeastern Taiwan.
The art project was curated by Jane Ingram Allen (http://janeingramallen.wordpress.com) who is an American curator, artist and art writer living in Taiwan from 2004-2012, after coming there as a Fulbright Scholar artist in residence.
The photos on this Blog are by Timothy S. Allen (http://allentimphotos2.wordpress.com)
A big thank you to the artists and the staff at the NMMST and all the wonderful volunteers and people of Keelung. Thank you also to the Keelung City Bureau of Cultural Affairs for co-sponsoring this year’s marine environmental art project.
策展人Curator: Jane Ingram Allen (http://janeingramallen.wordpress.com)
攝影 Photographer: Timothy S. Allen (allentimphotos2.wordpress.com)