Wang Yuanlin Art Museum will build in Qishan
Wang Yuanlin, chairman of the foundation of the consortium, Wang Yuanlin Culture and Art Foundation, will build an art museum dedicated to Taiwan ’s unique art collection in Qishan District. The results of the public drawing will be won first by Chen Zhang'an Architects. The model is being displayed for the first time at the exhibition of the winning works of the "Zhumeiyuan Literary and Art Awards 2019 National Oil Painting Competition" at the Kaohsiung Cultural Center to Zhenzhen Hall.
Chairman Wang Yuanlin is a successful entrepreneur in Vietnam. He started planting trees in nearly one hundred hectares of forest land in Liugui, Kaohsiung, more than 30 years ago, and has achieved 10 fruit. The original intention is to "plant tree love The concept of "Earth" was later cared for the field of Taiwanese art. Therefore, in October 2016, a wholly-owned donation was established to establish the "Wang Yuanlin Culture and Art Foundation", an annual oil painting competition for the "Zhu Meiyuan Literature and Art Award". Currently, it has collected and holds quite a few outstanding works of contemporary Taiwanese artists.
The Fine Art Gallery has functions such as display, education, promotion, and social thinking. In order to give back to the society, the public can share the fruits of the creative efforts of contemporary Taiwanese artists, as well as a concrete platform for deepening art promotion and education. Chairman Wang Yuanlin intends to practice corporate ethics and assume greater social welfare. In Qishan District, an art museum dedicated to Taiwan's unique art collections will be constructed, and he will work hard to complete the public welfare mission of enhancing the artistic atmosphere.
The Wang Yuanlin Art Museum will interact with the leisure-related resources in the surrounding area to form a high-quality art museum park with both "sensibility" and "intellectuality", providing visitors with a unique hearty feast and rest experience. Wang Yuanlin Art Museum is expected to be completed in 2025.