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“Blessed Day Exhibition,” a Special Exhibition

Beitou Plum Garden was built in the late 1930s in Beitou Park, which is now more than 100 years old, along the banks of Beitou River. The house contains a hot spring pool, a pavilion, an air raid shelter, and the stone wall of Qilian, which is no longer in use. This building, constructed in a blended Japanese–Western style, witnessed the two World Wars. In 2006, it was listed and conserved as a historic building because of its architectural style and historic value.
The “Blessed Day Exhibition” has been designed to inspire people to appreciate ordinary life more. The small details of everyday life are worth remembering. Tseng Fong-Li, a 90-year-old female artist, was invited to act as co-curator. The founding concept is “home space,” and the spaces of the Plum Garden are used as physical manifestations of the concept.
The exhibition is intended to inspire people to feel the power of creation in everyday life. Bright colors and simple, childlike brushstrokes are used to make lifelike paper animations of flowers, birds, and butterflies. In the Plum Garden, a warm and happy daily life space has been shaped for everyone.
Date: September 18, 2021– February 28, 2022
Venue: Beitou Plum Garden