Renfeng Ke, Fine Art



Renfeng Ke
ISA member since Jun 06, 2017

2F.-1, No.1, Guangfu S. Rd., Songshan Dist.,
Taipei , 105 map

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Renfeng joined Taiwan Art Gallery Association (TAGA) in 2009. She has worked on Art Taipei and several regional art fairs to access current markets, resources and sales comparison opportunities during her time at TAGA. She is also a guest lecturer at institutions and conferences.

In 2010, she became the Head of Industrial Environment & Trends Group of Taipei Art Economy Research Centre – an affiliate of TAGA, conducting trend research and data analysis commissioned by the government, such as Comparative Analysis of Visual Art Industries in Taiwan(2011), Report: Mapping Global Art Fairs(2012), Tax Policy in Taiwan(2013), The Evaluation of the Impact of Art Economy(2013), Asia-Pacific Art Market Report 2015/16(2016),  Asia-Pacific Art Market Report: Consumer Behaviour Analysis 2015/16(2016), Asia-Pacific Art Market Report: E-commerce Consumer Behaviour Survey 2015/16(2016), and Asian Main Line: A focus on the Major Economic Axis of Chinese Art(2016). 

In 2016, she was appointed Executive Director, responsible for the field of personal property appraisals


University of Arts London (UK)

MA in Enterprise and Management for Creative Arts

Chinese Culture University (Taiwan)

Urban Design 


Board member, Taiwan Association of Cultural Policy Studies (since 2018)

Member, International Society of Appraisers (since 2017)


Taipei Art Economy Research Centre 

§ Executive Director, 2016 – present

Art appraisal

A full range of professional inspection, appraisal and advisory services, tailored to meet the needs of private and corporate collectors, insurance and financial professionals, law firms, government agencies, and non-profit institutions in the Taiwan and abroad.

Market analysis

Commissioned by the Art Taipei International Art Fair and several regional art fairs, to access current markets, resources and sales comparison opportunities.

Scientific authentication

Focusing on establishing a scientific testing and identification system and a certification archival system.

Taiwan Art Gallery Archive 

To enrich the resources of domestic art history research, bridge industrial perspectives in historical studies, and re-explore the role of Taiwanese galleries in the art history.

§ Head of International Engagement, 2012 - 2016

§ Head of Industrial Environment & Trends Group, 2010 - 2012

Task: Conducting trend research and data analysis commissioned by the government.

Taiwan Art Gallery Association (TAGA) 

§ Head of the TAGA Institute of Gallerists, March. 2009 - present 

Task: Teaching module on gallerists training


  • Comparative Analysis of Visual Art Industries in Taiwan (2011)
  • Mapping Global Art Fairs (2012)
  • Tax Policy in Taiwan (2013)
  • The Evaluation of the Impact of Art Economy (2013)
  • Asia-Pacific Art Market Report: Consumer Behaviour Analysis 2015/16 (2016)
  • Asia-Pacific Art Market Report: E-commerce Consumer Behaviour Survey 2015/16 (2016)
  • Asian Main Line: A focus on the Major Economic Axis of Chinese Art (2016)
  • Asia-Pacific Art Market Report 2015/16 (2016)
  • Asia-Pacific Art Market Report 2016/17 (2017)


Towards An Urban Art Economy: How Flagship Art-Based Initiatives Start the Engine of City Growth After the De-industrialization Transformation, the 21st ENCATC Annual Conference, November 2013, Antwerp, Belgium.


  • Art


  • Consultant
  • Donations
  • Estate Evaluations
  • Insurance Claims

Performs Appraisals Of

  • Art
  • Paintings
  • Prints
  • Sculpture


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