Art Scope - Taipei
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The Art Scope gallery is a great place to see ambitious, intelligent and talented emerging artists, especially those who are keen on making eccentric installations, puzzling paintings and surrealistic sculptures. Although small and rather hard to find, the gallery is a good place to visit when in the neighborhood.
The experience is usually very exciting. Each time one comes in here one is pleasantly surprised by what things can be seen. The staff is very friendly and always eager to engage in an interesting conversation. Their exhibitions have featured works by Yi-Shu Lin, Salvador Marco Gisbert, Jia-Ruei Lee, Reng-Jun Guo and Kuan- Chun Huang. Take note: unlike most art galleries, it is closed on Sundays.
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