About the Museum
The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA), established in 1988, is Taiwan’s first and only national-grade fine arts museum and is one of the largest museums in Asia. The NTMoFA’s permanent collection consists of works by Taiwanese artists from the eighteenth century to the present. It organizes diverse themed visual art exhibitions—more than thirty each year—that feature both national and international pieces. A sculpture park outside the museum building showcases the development of sculptural art in Taiwan. A Family Room and Picture Book Area designed for children under twelve encourage the love of art and reading in the museum’s youngest visitors.
Since 2004, the NTMoFA has overseen a number of cross-disciplinary collaborations between technologies and the arts, such as the Digital Art Promotion Project, which seeks to develop young digital artists and make Taiwan a hub of international digital art. To this end, it hosts an annual international digital art exhibition.