Founded in 1988, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts is an attractive, spacious museum and is home to some of the world’s biggest collections of Taiwanese artistry, displaying exhibitions regularly. It also hosts visiting exhibitions of Chinese and Western art.
The building, which was only reopened in July 2004, got an extensive facelift in 1999 as it was massively destroyed by the September 21st earthquake. Included in the rebuilding are modern facilities including a comprehensive reference library, shops and restaurants. The central building is bordered by a huge park area that connects to the nearby Taichung Municipal Cultural Center. [Read more…]