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FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is a nonprofit art space and creative education centre located in both Taiwan and USA.


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FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is a nonprofit art space and creative education center located in both Taiwan and USA. Established since 2014, FOGSTAND aims to promote and exhibit rigorous creative projects that maintain the ability to channel into a broader emphasis on creative education throughout eastern Taiwan. Attentive to its unique context, FOGSTAND’s primary focus is on bringing contemporary creative practices into a reciprocal exchange with local communities.



©2014-2020 FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio. All rights reserved. 

2019-2020 annual program sponsored by NCAF (Taiwan)



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News



2019
FOGSTAND welcomes two new committee members in St. Paul, USA

May, 2019

We are excited to include another two committee members to join our team this year at our Minnesota space — Brandon Cramm and Justin Cramm. We are looking forward to having more dynamic interesting collaborative work together soon!
 
FOGSTAND received 2019 NCAF year program funding, Taiwan

May, 2019

Many thanks for support from NCAF and all of you to keep us running space in Taiwan again. FOGSTAND in Taiwan is back this year!

Stay tune with us on our website, facebook and instagram to follow up coming events.

2018
FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio opens another space in Minnesota, USA

July, 2018

Please check our Website or Instagram or Facebook to find the current address in Minnesota, USA. Sorry for the inconvenice.
FOGSTAND collaborates with Taiwan Academy in New York to curate a retrospective exhibition, USA

May, 2018

FOGSTAND collaborates with Taiwan Academy in New York as well as with Queens Museum and NYFA first time to exhibit and co-hosted a series of events and exhibition, including selected nine international/national artists, short film screenings, artist talks, panel discussion etc. from May 18th to June 22nd, 2018.
2017
FOGSTAND received 2017 Visual Arts Fund Grant, USA

December, 2017

Midway Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the eight grant recipients for the 2017 Visual Arts Fund. Established as part of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts’ Regional Regranting Program, the VAF is aimed at supporting new and/or experimental projects and initiatives happening outside of established arts programming in the Twin Cities metro area. $10,000 grants were awarded to Black Power Station (lead organizer: Tia-Simone Gardner), FOGSTAND [立霧工作坊] (lead organizer: Darren Tesar), and INREVIEW (lead organizer: Jordan Rosenow). $5,000 grants were awarded to AA (lead organizer: Godfre Leung), Cellular Cinema (lead organizer: Kevin Obsatz), 2018 Print Residency Series (lead organizer: Lacey Prpić Hedtke), Hellavision Television Animation Show (lead organizer: Peter Steineck), and the Intermediate Meme Museum (lead organizer: Eric Larson).

Jurors Apsara DiQuinzio (Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art and Phyllis C. Wattis Matrix Curator, UC Berkeley Art Museum), Mohamud Mumin (Artist and Curator at Soomaal House of Art, Minneapolis), and John Riepenhoff (Artist and Director of the Green Gallery, Milwaukee) selected these eight aforementioned projects to award funding from a highly competitive pool of applicants.
FOGSTAND has been invited to curate a retrospective exhibition at the Furlong Gallery, located on the University of Wisconsin-Stout campus, USA

September, 2017

The curatorial ambition for this exhibition is simple, to celebrate and share the past three years of FOGSTAND’s diverse exhibition programme.

The selected artists include: Kaifeng Chun
(Singapore), Song-yun Kim (South Korea), En-Man Chang (Taiwan), Choon Lin Joo (Singapore), Ren Da Lin (Taiwan) and Jo-Mei Lee (Taiwan).
FOGSTAND co-organized and co-curatored two exchange exhibitions for international artists with Sadie Halie Projects, Taiwan and USA

May, 2017

FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is excited to announce h_am, the second exhibition in an two part exchange with Sadie Halie Projects (Minneapolis, MN, USA). Integrating sculpture, painting, photographic images and curatorial writing, the exhibition deals with an overexposure to the artifactual, more often than not preferred over the non-authored givenness some now doubt to call nature. This exhibition marks the first exhibition for both artists, Irish artist Fiona Burke (based in Hiroshima, Japan) and Taiwanese artist Jo Mei Lee (based in Taipei), in the USA.

Running concurrently at FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is Pink Man:Origins, curated by Sadie Halie Projects. This exhibition marks the first exhibition in Taiwan for American artist Samual Weinberg.
2016
Residency Artist Talk : Maggie Thompson, Taiwan

July 30, 2016

FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is pleased to annouce that American Native contemporary artist, Maggie Thompson to be our residency guest artist of FOGSTAND residency program "Artist as resident". Maggie will select some of her past works related to this residency program in between her own art practice.

More detail about this event : Facebook/fogstand

Note:
FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio reserves the right of hosting this event.
FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is invited to Ming Chuan University for Art Talk, Taiwan

May 23, 2016

FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is invited to hold a series of lectures at Ming Chuan University (Taipei, Taiwan 23th May to 13th June, 2016) about FOGSTAND's educational mission and curatorial vision, past, present and future.
2015
Residency Artist Talk : Joo Choon Lin @Taipei Changee

December 15, 2015

FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is pleased to invite Singapore contemporary artist, Joo Choon Lin to be our residency guest artist of FOGSTAND residency program "Artist as resident". Joo Choon Lin will select some of her past works related to this residency program in between her own art practice.

More detail about this event : Facebook/fogstand

Note:
FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio reserves the right of hosting this event.
Residency Artist Talk : Chang En-Man

September 5, 2015

FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is pleased to invite Taiwan contemporary artist, Chang En-Man to be our first residency guest artist of FOGSTAND residency program "Artist as resident". Chang En-Man will select some of her past work related to the snail to talk about the relationship between space, phenomenon and real life of urban indigenous from the perspective of cuisine and food culture.

We welcome local residents and anyone who interested in issues concerning indigenous Taiwanese people.

More details about this event : Facebook/fogstand

Note:
1.Seating is limited and we suggest bringing your own chair to ensure seating.

2.FOGSTAND reserves the right of changing the content of this event including date and time under the some certain circumstance. Please follow our website and Facebook to receive updated news.

**Free entry with drink and fresh made snail cuisine.
**This event is closed. For more detail, please go to Facebook/fogstand
2015 Singapore Art Festival

January, 2015


Darren Tesar (Programme Director, FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio) was recently invited as a guest curator at LATENT SPACES, Singapore. Absolving the Object: Richard Frater, Song-yun Kim, and Kaifeng Chun opened on 16/01/15 and runs until 08/03/15. The exhibition was part of Singapore Art Week 2015. Aside from the exhibition was the launch of a book length publication, "belational", by Darren Tesar. Both the exhibition and book will travel to FOGSTAND toward the middle of March.
Kavalan: Ceremony, Culture, & Life
Directed by: Bawki Angaw

February 14 - March 7, 2015
Start at 2pm on every Saturday

(Four films total, we will screen on the following dates: 2/14, 2/21, 2/28, 3/7).

After the film screening, we will have a brief Q&A with the director.

FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is pleased to invite documentary film maker, Bawki Angaw. Bawki Angaw will be sreening Kavalan, a film documenting the day to day life of the Kavalan tribe in Taiwan.

We welcome local residents and anyone interested in issues concerning indigenous Taiwanese people.

Note:
1.Seating is limited and we suggest bringing your own chair to ensure seating.
2.For more information about this film screening, please follow our website and facebook.

**Free admission
**This event is already concluded. For more details, please go to our official facebook page.
2014
WE COME IN PEACE: Artist Talk

December 14, 2014
2pm - 4:30pm

FOGSTAND is pleased to announce our first series of artist talks entitled “We Come in Peace”. Named after the clichéd phrase spoken by countless aliens visiting earth, We Come in Peace, FOGSTAND’s primary motivation is to bring the explorations and operations of artist in contact with the local community of Jai-Li and and surrounding communities. In addition, FOGSTAND hopes to bring together the wider creative community in order to build a platform  in order to exchange ideas and reenergise artistic practices.

Artist Talk :
1. 2:00-2:30pm Bauki Ankaw
Documentary & Video art practice related to issues of indeginous people in Taiwan

2. 2:30-3:00pm Jin Da Lin
Visual Art practice and artsit profile

3. 3:00-3:30pm Yu Lee
Freelance Musician & Composer operating between Taiwan and Western world

4. 3:30-4:00pm Wen-Li Chen
Visual Art practice and artsit profile

5 .4:00-4:30pm Darren Tesar
Visual Art practice and artsit profile

(We will have 10 mins break around 3pm)

Venue:
FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio

**This event partially sponsored by ACER.
**This event is already concluded. For more details, please go to our official facebook page.
Open day film screening:  Smoke Signals(1998)

September 27, 2014
Film screening at 2pm

Smoke Signals is a humorous yet serious story about Victor, a young man who Director Chris Eyre describes as "trying to forgive his father." The movie gives us a glimpse into the contemporary Native American world, and is created by an almost exclusively Native American cast.

Seating is limited and we suggest bringing your own chair to ensure seating.

** Free admission
**This event is already concluded. For more details, please go to our official facebook page.