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Monday, September 29, 2008

Taipei Biennial



Pity one is not allowed to take pictures as in the Biennale in Singapore. The exhibits are great but captions limited which prevents visitors from understanding what they see.

3 comments:

Located... said...

It costs less than USD 3,00 to buy a guide-book that has all the information one needs for the exhibition.

I did not know that you cannot take photographs. No doubt that you should be able to. I will see to it that the security does not stop anyone from doing so.

Thank you for bringing this all to attention,

Vasif Kortun

Located... said...

It costs less than USD 3,00 to buy a guide-book that has all the information you need for the exhibition.

I did not know that you cannot take photographs. No doubt that you should be able to. I will see to it that the security does not stop anyone from doing so.

Thank you for your notes,

Vasif Kortun

W Tan said...

That's great! A pity that I have already returned to Singapore... I would have bought the guidebook if I had known it cost less than US$3. The Singapore Biennale ticket costs US$6 and include a copy of the guidebook. The Taipei Biennial may wish to continue charging a higher ticket price and including a booklet with the ticket. Alternatively, include a more descriptive caption that contains more than the title but less than a guidebook.

Wee Cheng