National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts
The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMOFA) was founded in 1988 and is dedicated to the education and promotion of visual arts. Emphasising works by Taiwanese artists, the centre focuses on exploring unique characteristics of modern and contemporary arts.
The museum has an outdoor courtyard totalling 102,000 square metres, which includes a Public Outdoor Sculpture Park, making the NTMOFA the largest art museum in Asia.
The NTMOFA totals 4 storeys, with a floor space of 37,953 square metres and five exhibition areas. The first and second floors are devoted to themed exhibitions, the third floor holds a permanent exhibition of the Museum's collection, and the outdoor courtyard is showcases exquisite sculptural works.
The facility provides an open,friendly and forward thinking educational environment. Established for over 20 years, the NTMOFA has held close to 900 exhibitions and thousands of related events.