Bunker Museum of Contemporary Art

Bunker Museum of Contemporary Art

The Bunkers Museum of Contemporary Art, which ran from September 2004 until January 2005, was organized by the New York-based artist Cai Guoqiang, best-known for his pyrotechnic displays. With a budget of nearly $1 million, most of it from the Taiwan government, the show included 18 artists from both sides of the Taiwan Strait exhibiting in some of Kinmen’s recently abandoned military bunkers. The show transformed the island’s abandoned military fortifications into art houses, reinventing a symbol of war into a center of cultural expression.


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