Taipa Village Art Space
Taipa Village Art Space brings visitors and art lovers on an awe-inspiring journey where they can appreciate an array of art from local and international artists. Located in a traditional shop house in the epicenter of Taipa Village, the gallery serves as a cultural pilgrimage for visitors’ seeking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and savour the historic and cultural charm of this landmark destination. Taipa Village Art Space seeks to promote the cultural and creative industries in Macau, allowing local and international artists to showcase their work under the ideal backdrop of the village’s colourful history and unique heritage, with the aim of raising their talent and exposure.
Taipa Village Art Space, 10 Rua dos Clerigos, Taipa, Macau
Tue – Sun
12:00 pm – 8:00 pm (Off on Mon)
+853 2857 6118
“Macau °C” by Blue Chan
This mid-summer, Taipa Village Art Space is honored to showcase the Watercolor collections and Japanese Paper collections created by Blue Chan – an illustrator and comic artist in Macau. These 2 collections illustrate a number of scenes associated with the artist’s travel journey, her perspective on Macao heritage, architecture, festival, cultural and leisure scenes that unfold her idyllic emotions, allowing audience to feel the temperature of the city.
P.I.B.G: On The Verge
To celebrate for the grand opening of Taipa Village Art Space, local graffiti pioneer P.I.B.G presents his first solo show P.I.B.G.: On the Verge. The exhibition showcases the artist’s creative collection that combines street art with interior art space.
Transience: Daredevils and Towering Webs
Taipa Village Art Space invited Luso-American photographic artist Hugo Teixeira to showcase his unique collection of documentary photography featuring an iconographic Macau fixture – bamboo scaffolding on construction sites, which is ubiquitous in the city as it undergoes rapid development. Hugo will introduce demanding photographic techniques of yesteryear, exhibiting two types of images: ambrotypes – positive photographs on glass created using a wet-plate process – and cyanotypes – produced using a process that creates a cyan-blue print.