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    Posted April 18, 2014 by
    2014ART
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    Taipei, Taiwan
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    There are many lines of queuing in life, but none like this one lively occured in Art Revolution Taipei (A.R.T.)! People queued for artworks sized of 17.5 x 14 cm and only asking for NTD$ 1000 per each, for their beloved celebrities, or maybe just for the fun from purchasing; but in the end, all for Charity, and forms an Friendly Action Art!

     

    Getting friends sometimes is not easy in busy life in modern Taipei, but well organized activity like this one succesfully breaked the ice since the first debut on 2011 A.R.T.!

     

    Some people started to explore art world from this activity, to get new friends sharing same interests. Moreover, they might know more about themselves from actioning, friends and art works come to them! To be an actionist in this art action is easy when necessity is ready, e.g., utter child innocence.

     

    p.s. I got one from hair designer Joseph Torreneuva, and happily to know his genuine and kind heart for Charity and Art!

    More information about this "Hundred Celebrities Charity Sales", please visit http://www.arts.org.tw/2014/eng/celebrity_charity.html

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