In the tango district of Buenos Aires, the Taiwanese artist Chen Luoke painted a mural which he called Let's dance Tango 2015, a gift from Taiwan for the ride of tango.
In a new cultural meeting between Taiwan and Argentina, the artist Luoke Chen made one of his famous works in the Pasaje Carlos Gardel (# 3168) in the neighborhood of Abasto.
The mural, entitled Let's dance Tango 2015, is a gift from Luoke Chen to Buenos Aires and has the support of the Cultural and Trade Office Taipei, who heads the Ambassador Lien Sheng Huang.
Accompanying the artist were also in announcer Charlie Lin, Karina Giorgenello ABC Mundial journalist and Begoña Tsai, director of the Commercial Press and Cultural Office in Taipei in Argentina, among many special guests.
Carlitos Lin said Chen's first relationship with the tango was in Germany in an international exhibition that Argentina had a booth there and became fascinated.
At the same time as host of the World Tango, Lin took him to discover several strongholds of Buenos Aires tango that were possibly inspiring. To finish his work, Chen said Luoke wants through his painting, all come to the world of tango and Argentina.
Luoke Chen: Born in 1957 in Taipei, Taiwan. He studied Fine Arts at the National Taiwan Academy of Arts, he teaches drawing and painting and a Masters in Industrial Design at the University of Wuppertal, Germany. Professor at the Center for Arts in Norway and the Art School of Hong Kong. Professor at China University of Technology, Continental and National Taiwan University of Arts Design, Drawing and Painting, Graphic Design and Visual Communication. Professor of Tai Chi Chuan. Professor of Chinese Calligraphy.
Currently he is living and working in Taiwan and Germany. He discussed Fine Art and Design; He exhibited his works in Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Canada, Germany, Norway, France, Spain, Greece, etc. In Argentina. He participated in the Second Biennial of Contemporary Art in Argentina, 3 to October 10, 2014, at the Centro Cultural Borges and the Fourth Biennial of the End of the World, December 12, 2014 to February 22, 2015, at the headquarters Mar del Plata. The artist's works are currently on display at the Cultural Historical Complex "Manzana de las Luces" and the Museum of Sculptures "Luis Perlotti".
Traslation Belén Zapata