ASIA ART CENTER was founded in 1982 and has grown and expanded into a group of businesses that is comprised of two gallery spaces in Taipei and Beijing 798 Art Zone. It is dedicated to providing museum-caliber art exhibitions with a total area of 2500 square meters. The gallery presents modern and contemporary art across the East and the West which spans decades with diversified styles encompassing ink and oil painting, sculpture, installation, video, photography, sound, and tapestry. Asia Art Center is a recurrent participatant at Art Basel, JINGART (Beijing), ART021 (Shanghai), and Taipei Dangdai Art & Ideas.

Postwar and 20th Century Art

Since its establishment, Asia Art Center has specialized in Chinese abstract art and contemporary ink art, and has also been promoting modern art movements across Asia that emerged in the postwar era, including Taiwan’s art societies Fifth Moon and Ton Fan, Japan’s Mono-ha and Gutai, Singapore’s Nanyang Art Association and the Indonesian Bandung Art Association. With the inevitable fusion and incorporation of East and West, the artists have established unique and pioneering ways of art making.

Contemporary Art

Asia Art Center’s gallery spaces and art fair booths are dedicated to presenting international emerging and mid-career artists to showcase the vitality of the art from the US, UK, Continental Europe and Latin America. It aims to stay ahead of the curve by nurturing potential conversation among artists the gallery represents, so as to develop exhibitions which tackle and critique issues on humanities, feminism, and the digital environment from a contemporary perspective.


1F, No. 128, Lequn 3rd Rd., Taipei City 104050, Taiwan
10:00 – 18:30 (Closed on Mon)

T  +886-2-2754-1366
F  +886-2-2754-9435


Dashanzi 798 Art Dist., No.2, Jiuxianqiao Rd., Chaoyang Dist., Beijing 100015, China
10:00 – 18:30 (Closed on Mon)

T  +86-10-5978-9709