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  • 65th Commemorative Exhibition of Modern Art, National Art Center of Tokyo, Japan
    The Commemorative Exhibition of Modern Art is organized by the Association of Modern Artists, which was formed prior to the World War II based upon three associations: Japanese Writer Association, Modern Art Research Association, and Art Association of New Generation. The aim of the Association of Modern Artists is to stimulate the formation of new art. In 2009, Lee Sun-Don from X-Power Gallery, with his Totemic Energy oil painting entitled “The King of Rulai 15 Series / Time,” was invited to participate in the Commemorative Exhibition at the National Art Center of Tokyo, the largest exposition site in contemporary Japan.
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Japan
    Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, established in 1926, is highly regarded in Japan. It features collections in both Japanese and overseas contemporary art. For the exhibition organized by Niki-Kai Society, an art group aimed at pursuing truly new values and respecting creative personalities, X-Power Gallery was invited to participate in 2009.
     
  • The Museum of Kyoto, Solo, Japan
    Kyoto is a city distinguished for its serene and elegant landscape. It played an important role in shaping the Japanese civilization for more than 12 centuries and having many historic Shinto shrines and temples, including 17 world cultural heritages, well preserved. Lee Sun-Don represented by X-Power Gallery was invited for a solo exhibition entitled “Taiwan Wind” at The Museum of Kyoto in 2008.
  • Shanghai Art Museum, Solo, China
    Shanghai Art Museum is one of four most famous museums in China. Its main missions include facilitating cultural transmission and artistic innovation, collecting, preserving, and exhibiting precious fine arts, and promoting art education. Shanghai Art Museum also plays a significant role in research on the theories of Chinese modern art history and museology. In collaboration with Chinese Shanghai Cultural Association, X-Power Gallery organized a solo exhibition entitled “Totem Bang” to honor Lee Sun-Don’s achievement in pioneering the Totemic Energy Aesthetics at Shanghai Art Museum in 2008.
  • Chongqing Art Museum of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Solo, China
    Sichuan Fine Arts Institute is one of the five major art institutes in China. As part of the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Chongqing Art Museum is renowned for holding high-quality exhibitions and collecting superb artworks, such as works by masters Xu Beihong, Qi Baishi, and Zhang Daqian. Lee Sun-Don represented by X-Power Gallery was invited to exhibit his Totemic Energy oil painting in 2008 – an indication of Lee’s frontier Totemic Energy Aesthetics being recognized by the orthodox art academia in China.
  • Gongwangfu, Solo, China
    X-Power Gallery, with support from the Association of Chinese Cultural Relics, organized a solo exhibition entitled “Line Running Through Reality and Illusion: Aesthetic New Frontier” to introduce the Totemic Energy Art by Lee Sun-Don at Gongwangfu (Palace of Prince Gong) in 2008. Gongwangfu located in Beijing is currently under the protection of Chinese cultural preservation project. This was the first time an exhibition was held in the main lobby of this historic spot.
  • Shaanxi History Museum, Solo, China
    Shaanxi History Museum is Chinese first modern national-level museum, with collections covering Three Qin cultural heritages, Shang-Zhou bronze wares, historical earthen figures, and Tang’s gold and silver utensils and cemetery mural paintings. In 2008, Lee Sun-Don represented by X-Power Gallery was invited to hold a solo exhibition entitled “Of Affinity” at the Shaanxi History Museum.
  • Jiangsu Provincial Art Museum, Solo, China
    In 2008, X-Power Gallery coordinated with Jiangsu Provincial Art Museum in Nanjing organizing an exhibition entitled “Enchanting Moon” to introduce Lee Sun-Don’s Totemic Energy Aesthetics. Since its establishment for seventy years, Jiangsu Provincial Art Museum for the first time invited a Taiwanese artist for a solo exhibition – a significant contribution toward cultural exchange across the Taiwan Strait.
  • Shandong Art Museum; Solo, China
    Shandong Art Museum is a non-profit institute featuring plastic arts. Its main functions include organizing academic research, facilitating international cultural exchange, and collecting and exhibiting fine artworks. It currently holds more than 500 items in modern and contemporary art and 2000 or so pieces in folk art. In 2008, X-Power Gallery coordinated with Shandong Art Museum to hold an exhibition entitled “Enchanting Moon” to introduce Lee Sun-Don’s Totemic Energy Aesthetics.
  • Qingdao Art Museum, Solo, China
    In 2008, X-Power Gallery – in collaboration with Qingdao Art Museum and Qingdao Jiaoao Calligraphy, Painting, and Poetry Institute – organized a ten-day exhibition entitled “The Human Realm” with an impromptu performance of oil painting and lecture by Lee Sun-Don on the theme of “bringing Buddhist doctrines to the world of art.”
  • The Academy of Arts and Design of Tsinghua University, Solo, China
    The Academy of Arts and Design of Tsinghua University, together with China Central Academy of Fine Arts and China Academy of Art, are three major art institutes in China. In collaboration with The Academy of Arts and Design of Tsinghua University, X-Power Gallery organized an eight-day exhibition entitled “The Seal of Ultimate Freedom” to introduce Lee Sun-Don’s Totemic Energy Aesthetics in 2008.
  • Nanjing University of the Arts, Solo, China
    Nanjing University of the Arts is the only general art academy in Jiangsu Province; it is also among the earliest established art institutes of higher education in China. In collaboration with Nanjing University of the Arts, X-Power Gallery organized an exhibition entitled “The Seal of Ultimate Freedom” to introduce Lee Sun-Don’s Totemic Energy Aesthetics in 2008.
  • Shandon College of Arts, Solo, China
    Shandon College of Art, established in 1958, is one major art institute in China. In collaboration with Shandon College of Arts, X-Power Gallery organized a solo exhibition of Totemic Energy Oil Painting by Lee Sun-Don in 2008. Entitled “Enchanting Moon,” this exhibition demonstrates how Lee explored new forms of expression beyond tradition.