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Taipei Fine Arts Museum director profile

The Photo of Director of Taipei Fine Arts Museum Ping Lin

Ping Lin



Specialization in art management, independent curator and review, art education, and art creation.


Professor for the Department of Fine Arts at Tunghai University, column writer for Artitude magazine, member of the collection committee for Taipei Fine Arts Museum, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, board member of the Ministry of Culture / Ministry of Transportation for public art, Board Director of the Xi De-Jin Art Foundation.


MA and MFA from the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, in 1990 and 1992 respectively.



  • 2010-2012 Art Director for Warehouse No. 20, Taichung, CCA Railway Arts Network
  • 2007-2010 Dean of the Department of Arts / Director for the Center of Arts at Tunghai University
  • 1995-1998 Leader of the collection committee responsible for the national treasury collection and collection system at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts
  • 1992-1995 Leader of the exhibition department at Taipei Fine Arts Museum responsible for the first Taiwan Pavilion at the 1995 Venice Biennale
  • Nomination Committee member for the 2nd, 9th, and 14th Taishin Arts Award and International Final
  • Review Committee member for two editions of Taishin Arts Award
  • Fine Arts Jury Member for the 10th and 12th National Literary Award
  • Jury Member for Taiwan Pavilion at the Venice Biennale (art/architecture), Taipei Fine Arts Award, Pulima Arts Award, Austronesian International Arts Award, and Taoyuan Arts Creation Award.
  • Planned and advised for the “MIT – Young Artist” section at the International Art Fair, member of the international finals committee for the first “YAT Young Art Award” at 2010 Taipei International Contemporary Art Fair, convener for the 2006 “Taiwan Avant-garde Documenta” exhibition, participated in the various official and private projects for museums, kid’s art galleries, planning and operation management of galleries, selection committee for various public art installations, and landscape planning, etc. In addition to education, research, and social services, Lin’s art has won the “Tunghua Rotary Award” as well as selected by the quarterly nomination committee of Taishin Arts Award. Lin’s curator project was also selected as a finalist for the first Taishin Arts Award.