CHEN-MEI’s arts platform brings visibility to indigenous artwork

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Is it difficult for indigenous hand-crafted artwork to gain visibility? In 2016, CHEN-MEI Art & Culture Inc. helped establish Taipei Indigenous Contemporary Art Gallery. Through this platform, indigenous artists can not only display their paintings, sculptures and other contemporary artworks in the gallery but also participate in art exhibitions like Little Boar Sculptures organized by CHEN-MEI outside Taipei 101, which made over NT$1 million in sculpture sales.

The existence of contemporary indigenous art raises awareness about the values of indigenous artists. Despite the absence of traditional totems, indigenous artists manage to convey a depth of mood through their artwork. By establishing a platform that raises the visibility of indigenous artists, CHEN-MEI has helped to increase the economic value of contemporary indigenous artwork.

 

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誠美提供藝術平台 讓原住民藝術被看見

原住民的手作藝術品沒辦法被人看見?誠美社會企業於二〇一六年協助成立台北原住民當代藝術中心,透過這個平台,原住民藝術家可以將自己的畫作、雕刻等當代藝術品,放至畫廊甚至藝術展覽中展出,像是誠美社會企業曾在台北一〇一大樓外面展示的原住民雕刻小山豬,就以上百萬的價格賣出。

原住民當代藝術的存在是為了讓更多人知道原住民藝術家的價值,雖然沒有傳統圖騰,卻是原住民藝術家想要透過作品傳達的心情。利用藝術平台讓原住民被更多的人看見,誠美社會企業也為原住民當代藝術創造經濟價值。

 

 

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