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The Juming Museum (Chinese: 朱銘美術館; pinyin: Zhū Míng Měishùguǎn) is a museum in Jinshan District, New Taipei, Taiwan. It displays the works of Taiwanese sculptor Ju Ming.

Juming Museum
朱銘美術館
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Established19 September 1999
LocationJinshan, New Taipei, Taiwan
CoordinatesCoordinates: 25°14′47″N 121°36′40″E / 25.24639°N 121.61111°E / 25.24639; 121.61111
TypeMuseum
Websitewww.juming.org.tw

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About museumEdit

The museum is Ju Ming's largest artwork to date. He personally designed the architecture, landscapes, wirings and plumbing. Not only did he purchase the property to build the museum, but he also donated over 2000 pieces of his own works and personal collection to the museum for the public to view. Starting from the ground up, it took Ju Ming 12 years to finish the construction work and he had turned a vacant land into a sculpture park. The museum officially opened in 1999, planting the seeds of art in the soil of Taiwan.

ExhibitionsEdit

  • Nativist Series
  • Taichi Series
  • Living World Series[1]

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