Sunday, January 31, 2010

Sculpture Wrapped Memory by Seiji Kunishima

“Seiji Kunishima: Sculpture Wrapped Memory”
By Seiji Kunishima
From February 9th to March 14th, 2010
At ARDEL’s Third Place Gallery, Sukhumvit 55, Thonglor soi 10

     ARDEL’s Third Place Gallery presents the first exhibition of 2010 by Seiji Kunishima a world renowned sculptor whose art works have been represented in the collection of museums and other famous places around the world.

     “Seiji Kunishima: Sculpture Wrapped Memory” exhibition showcases several sculptures created by A Nagoya-born sculptor who for this exhibition has worked mostly with metal, stones and things that can be found in everyday life. The combination of the man-made metal and natural stones shows the use of materials that are of different type of object. Nails, light bulbs, newspaper, clothes hangers and so on are wrapped in which some pieces are dated as if to be a reminder and as evidently stated as in the title, the record of the artist’s memory. Seiji Kunishima creates work of art that not only fascinates viewers with his expertise but also let them be part of his memorable experiences. 

     ARDEL's Third Place Gallery requests for your support to kindly promote the upcoming exhibition.
For further information, kindly contact ARDEL Gallery at: 02-422-2092, 084-772-2887 Fax: 02-422-2091
Tuesday-Saturday: 10:30~19:00 hrs., Sunday: 10:30~17:30 hrs. (Closed on Monday)  

Friday, January 29, 2010

AVATAR DVADAS PART FIVE by Bruce Gaston and Somtow Sucharitkul

AVATAR DVADAS PART FIVE a meta-symphony in twelve monthly installments
by Bruce Gaston and Somtow Sucharitkul
Capricorn: Microcosm of the Mind

Sunday, 31 January, 4 pm
Floor 1, Bangkok Art and Culture Center

     In the fifth installment of this year-long symphony in time and space, the vast spaces and colours of the preceding four movements are temporarily set aside in order to explore an inner landscape of the mind.

     Somtow Sucharitkul and Bruce Gaston are pitted against each other on simple keyboards.  Each is trapped in a labyrinth of notes, and must play elaborate musical games in order to escape.

    Is it fugue or fugue state?  Inversion or perversion?  Retrograde or retroflex?  Join composers Somtow and Bruce on an improvised journey through madness into light.

    The first three episodes of AVATAR DVADAS are now available on a DVD and will be available for sale at the event.

admission free (donations gratefully accepted for Bangkok Opera's youth programmes)
Information: (02) 231-5273 Bangkok Opera

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Heart Core by Narissara Pianwimungsa

Heart Core by  Narissara Pianwimungsa 
     Clothes and accessories are not only used for protecting the human body from the environment, but they also reflect the identitly and social status of those who wear them. Today, the fashion industry works very hard to increase their creativity to supply the demands of capitalism. Yet, the trendy set look somehow more mysterious and confused.

     I've questioned about the things beneath their clothes, since I found out that I can touch only their outer wrappings. Are the wearers aware, that when all is said and done, actually, the clothes speak only for themselves.

     All these feelings have been conveyed into this latest exhibition of drawings and paintings.

On 11st February 2010 until 13rd March 2010

At   ART REPUBLIC, 3rd Floor, Peninsula Plaza,
153 Rajadamri Rd., Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330
Tel. 02- 652-1801
Tuesdays - Saturdays from 11.00 - 19.00
Closed Sundays and Mondays

 Invitation Card

Suffering By Amrit Chusuwan

By Amrit Chusuwan
From February 25th to March 28th, 2010 (Opening reception on February 25th, 2010: 6.30 PM)
At DOB Hualamphong Gallery
The Lord Buddha’s teaching that “Suffering is one of the Four Noble Truths” is the inspiration of Amrit Chusuwan’s latest art exhibition “Suffering”. Amrit; well-known in both Thai and International art society, applies the variety of medium as well as materials such as found object, ready-made object, light box, letters, photos, motion pictures and so on to impart the profound ideas of Buddhism about suffering and its origin, misery, impurities, etc. These religious teachings are surprisingly and finely blended with the contemporary art and its various ways of presentation which the artist succeeds to pass on his ideas and mesmerized the audience by his constructive process of thinking.  

DOB Hualamphong Gallery requests for your support to kindly promote the upcoming exhibition.
For further information, kindly contact: 02-422-2092, 084-772-2887 Fax: 02-422-2091
Tuesday-Saturday: 10:30~19:00 hrs., Sunday: 10:30~17:30 hrs. (Except on Monday)  
DOB Hualamphong Gallery
Resident One Property Co., Ltd.
DOB Building 4F, 318 Rama 4 Rd.,
Mahapreutharam, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Tel: 0-2237-5592-4, 08-5482-3566

Monday, January 25, 2010

The Border Crossing Art Project

The Border Crossing Art Project
Project Curator: Wendy Grace Allen (nee Dawson)
Collaborating Artists: Wendy Grace Allen (nee Dawson), Dr Apichart Pholprasert and Helen Stacey

At The Art Center, Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University
February 5 – March 6, 2010
Opening Reception: Friday February 5, 2010, 6-8pm

Brief Description of the Project

     The Border Crossing Art Project is an exploration of collaborative art practice, where the artists involved in the project experiment by using multi-layered collaborative processes that traverse geographical and cultural boundaries. Within this framework, the artists reflect on current issues relating to land ownership, and/or the nostalgia for a lost rural idyll, relating to their specific cultural context. The project culminates in a series of exhibitions and workshops to be held in several countries within the Asia Pacific region. The inaugural exhibition and workshop is to be held at The Art Centre, Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand.

Summary of the Concepts and Methodologies Explored in Border Crossing

• An experimental collaborative art practice between artists from different cultural contexts.
• The implementation of fine art reproduction as a collaborative tool.
• The issues arising from the use of contemporary information technology to communicate across geographical and cultural divides.
• The negotiation of the project's themes within each artist's cultural landscape.
• Challenging notions of originality, ownership, copyright and authenticity.
• The resolution of the conflict between individual artists freedom of creative expression and respect for another artist's work.


     The aim of The Border Crossing Art Project is to conduct an experiment between artists who originate from different cultural contexts within the Asia Pacific region, utilising contemporary digital and communication technology to expand the possibilities of creative practice, culminating in a series of exhibitions and workshops in several countries. Fundamental to the process is the way the artists communicate across geographical and cultural divides. Border Crossing questions how issues of dissemination of information, image reproduction, ownership and copyright law are resolved and acted upon. The use of fine art reproductions challenges the authenticity and originality of the artwork. Who owns and therefore receives any monetary reward for an artwork that several people have worked on? Is it the artist who creates the first painting, the artist who paid for the fine art reproduction, or the person who finishes the artwork? Unlike the master apprentice relationship, all three artists are acknowledged equally in contributing to the artwork, although the artist who finishes the painting has the main responsibility and freedom to resolve the completed artwork. Inherent in the process is an element of respect and acknowledgement of another's differing painting style and the necessity of adapting accordingly. It is the prerogative of each artist to select which elements of an artwork to retain and which parts to erase or adapt, with the option to completely paint over the other's work. The process challenges Modernist notions of the artist as “hero or genius”, where alternatively the artists defer their rights to sole authorship and ownership of the work. In addition, the exhibited artworks, enabled by the contemporary technology of fine art reproductions on canvas, create a phylogeny of paintings where the evolution of the completed work can be traced, resembling a family tree.

     In addition to the concepts addressed by the process of creating the works, the artists reflect on current issues relating to land ownership, and/or the nostalgia for a lost rural idyll, relating to their specific cultural context.

     The intended outcome of the exhibition and workshops is to deliver artwork that engages viewers in a multi-country dialogue, stimulating discussion about the concepts/issues presented, whilst promoting collaborations between artists from different cultural backgrounds. There will be a forum via and Facebook social networking page available for viewers to respond directly to the works thereby continuing the conversation.

 Wendy Grace Allen (nee Dawson)

 Helen Stacey

Dr. Apichart Pholprasert

Visual Thinking Strategies Workshop By Philip Yenawine

Visual Thinking Strategies Workshop By Philip Yenawine

Hosted by: U.S. Embassy Bangkok in collaboration with U.S. Consulate General, Chiang Mai
Co-host: Service Art Project : SAP  Faculty of Fine Arts CMU
Date: Wednesday 27, January 2010
Time: 13.00 a.m. -16.30 p.m.   (Half-day)
Venue: The theater ,CMU Art Center
Free Admission

About Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS)
     Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS), is a school curriculum and teaching method that

    * Uses art to develop critical thinking, communication and visual literacy skills; to foster students’ capacities to observe, think, listen and communicate.
    * The VTS curriculum is specifically targeted at developing creative and critical thinking skills.
    * Asks educators to facilitate learner-centered discussions of visual art
    * Engages learners in a rigorous process of examination and meaning-making through visual art
    * Measurably increases observation skills, evidential reasoning, and speculative abilities
    * Engenders the willingness and ability to find multiple solutions to complex problems
    * Uses facilitated discussion to enable students to practice respectful, democratic, collaborative problem solving skills that over time transfer to other classroom interactions, and beyond
    * Uses eager, thoughtful participation to nurture verbal language skills, and writing assignments to assist transfer from oral to written ability
    * Produces growth in all students, from challenged and non-English language learners to high achievers
    * Underscore connections to art and strengthens the role of museums as a valuable resource in students’ lives

For more:

About Philip Yenawine
     Philip Yenawine is co founder (with cognitive psychologist Abigail Housen) of Visual Understanding in Education (VUE), a non-profit educational research organization that develops and studies ways teaching visual literacy and of using art to teach thinking and communication skills.  VUE’s curriculum, Visual Thinking Strategies, is in use in schools across the US as well as in seven countries of the former Soviet Union, most of them in severely distressed circumstances.

เสือ SIAM by P7

     You're cordially invited to "*เสือ SIAM"     Siam Center in collaboration with P7 presents an Exclusive Art Sculpture Exhibition to roar into the year 2010.   Be stunned with a parade fashion show and 3 meters sculptures, and P7 LIVE performance!

     PLEASE COME!!! Kindly extend my invitation to your friends and everyone :)   Date     : Wed. 27, January 2010 Time     : 6 pm. onwards Venue   : Fairground, between Siam Discovery&Siam Center

*เสือ = Tiger

Invitation Card

Half-Truth : Works by Sutee Kunavichayanont

Half-Truth : Works by Sutee Kunavichayanont

     Synopsis:  Renowned contemporary Thai artist Sutee Kunavichayanaont shows 14 works in an exciting variety of mediums: from lazer-cut metal sheets to resin sculptures, neon light works and gold-leaf paintings.  He develops and re-visits his themes of values, perceptions, culture, and politics and engages the viewer in questioning hard held assumptions about today’s society.

     Bangkok preview cocktail: 2nd February 2010 at 6pm, Met Bar - The Metropolitan, South Sathorn Rd.

     Show moves to Galeria 346, at Phuket 346, Phuket Town, Tuesday 9th February, 4pm until the end of April 2010
Organizer:  Phuket 346   www.phuket346

     Synopsis:  Renowned contemporary Thai artist Sutee Kunavichayanaont shows 14 works in an exciting variety of mediums: from lazer-cut metal sheets to resin sculptures, neon light works and gold-leaf paintings.  He develops and re-visits his themes of values, perceptions, culture, and politics and engages the viewer in questioning hard held assumptions about today’s society.

     Bangkok preview cocktail: 2nd February 2010 at 6pm, Met Bar - The Metropolitan, South Sathorn Rd.

     Show moves to Galeria 346, at Phuket 346, Phuket Town, Tuesday 9th February, 4pm until the end of April 2010
Organizer:  Phuket 346   www.phuket346  


Friday, January 22, 2010

Sompong 2009 : Daddy's Home by Sompong Sarasap

Daddy's Home by Sompong Sarasap
on January 20 - February 10, 2010
at 9 Art Gallery / Architect Studio, Chiangrai


Daddy's Home

    In 1977, I moved from Chiangrai to Bangkok in order to Complete my secondary education and to, hopefully gain an academic degree.... The change in my environment was extreme for a carefree country boy who enjoyed village life. The city people were always
in a hurry and nobody cared to know each other. There seemed to be just, task, duty and going forward. When alone at the end of each busy day I wished that I could be home with my parents , my family , my friends and to be among nature ,trees ,leaves ,river , wind ,dogs ,chickens, etc, Bangkok is a 12 hour bus ride but was like going to another planet or a new dimension .During my 7 years in Bangkok I endured many days full of contrast and confusion. To survive, I would bury myself in my books ,write essays and paint with no end in view.
    I would often question myself about the upset to my social life and think of my past.
In 1984 I returned to Chiangrai , and hoped for a life of ,painting and writing every day and to follow my past, visiting friends.
    Many married and had children but still like to travel to the mountains. The life of the mountain people does impress me very much
and makes me think of my ego. I think also of the life of those minority Thais that is being invaded by civilization which causes so
much frustration.
    Ideally, I want my work to tell of the beautifulness of the life. It is 25 years since I returned to Chiangrai. I am now a family man with children of my own.The past seems like only yesterday. Planet earth is now a small world, where all are bound together. My birth place, Chiangrai, is not far from Bangkok, New York, Tokyo, Paris, or any other city. The windows of the country cottage have now opened to contemporary fashion. The dwellers in the condos and apartments are reluctant to reveal their nostalgia for the old ways, the
memory of the rice silo.

Solid by Pinaree Sanpitak

Art Exhibition: Solid
Artist: Pinaree Sanpitak, Thailand
Dates: 13 February – 31 March 2010
Venue: 3D @ Thavibu

Thavibu Gallery is pleased to present the art exhibition Solid with new three-dimensional works by internationally recognised artist Pinaree Sanpitak. The exhibition features a sublime series of specially produced Murano glass sculptures alongside polished aluminium forms.
For over 15 years Pinaree has evolved her primal images of femininity down to two recurrent emblems - the vessel and the mound. Far from exhausting her subject, the industrious, explorative artist resourcefully and imaginatively continues to create interesting modes of manifesting intimate interpretations to the female psyche within contemporary society.
Having previously utilised fragile materials such as wax, flowers, charcoal, and perishable foods into her art, Pinaree recently collaborated with master glass-blowers from Venice in Italy to produce unique breast-cloud sculptures that are both solid yet ephemeral in their transparent lustrous presence. Evoking the weighty yet vaporous physicality of clouds, the distinct glassworks juxtapose against the shimmering metallic sheen of the aluminium cumulus forms. The floor based installation encourages viewers to appreciate Pinaree’s forms from an alternate perspective.
Pinaree has exhibited widely with solo shows in Thailand, Singapore, Japan, France and the USA, as well as participating in the 1999 3rd Asia-Pacific Triennial in Australia, and the 2nd Fukuoka Asian Art Triennial in 2002. She has also attended residency programmes in Paris, Stockholm, and California. Solid comes ahead of Pinaree’s upcoming solo exhibition in New York.
Solid is the debut exhibition in the year-long project, 3D @ Thavibu, highlighting three-dimensional art in Suite 307 of Thavibu Gallery. Curated by Steven Pettifor, 3D @ Thavibu will present a series of exhibitions featuring established and emergent Thai and international artists.

The Silom Galleria Building, 3rd Fl.
Suite 308, 919/1 Silom Rd.
Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Tel. (66 2) 266 5454
Fax. (66 2) 266 5455
Open: Monday – Saturday: 11:00 – 19:00, Sunday: 12:00 – 18:00

“KOKASHITA” by Award-Winning Choreographer Shigehiro Ide

      A Humorous Take on Japanese and Thai Cultures
Shigehiro Ide Leads Cross-Cultural Dance Theatre Collaboration.

     “KOKASHITA” is a Japanese term describing the space beneath Tokyo’s elevated rail tracks and highways — a feature shared by the Bangkok cityscape. In his choreography, Ide uses the idea of these small gaps to illustrate the gaps and differences between the two cultures. Gestures, movements and snippets of everyday life in Japan and Thailand are transformed to spark off comic, intriguing and thought-provoking theatrical moments.

      Produced by the international performing arts festival, ‘Festival/Tokyo’, the first version of “KOKASHITA” was presented during the festival in March 2009 in Tokyo, after 40 days of intensive rehearsal between the Japanese performers and their six Thai counterparts who were selected in an earlier audition in Bangkok. They include dancer Kanison Youngprampree; actor and director Grisana Punpeng; dancer, actor, writer and TV producer Korakot Puangsawad; dancing twins Chanchana and Chayanuch Akjiratikarl; and the 8X8 Theatre comedian Akeera Modesakoon.

Co-organized by the Japan Foundation and the Faculty of Fine Arts, CMU
Date/Time:       24 January 2010 (Sun.) 19.00 hrs.
Venue:             Theater of Chiang Mai University Art Center (Tel. 053-944-833)
Admission:        FREE

(Free tickets will be available at the reception desk from 18.00 hrs. Door open at 18.30 hrs.)

Exhibition in Chevron Gallery ISB

January 30 till February 20, 2010
Ingrid Van der Heyden, Belgium artist, mixed media
Karen Sengel, works with quilts
Simona Ambrosini, Italian artist, Sculptor

We are an association organizing Art Exhibitions in ISB Chevron  Gallery in Pakkret. Our goal is to bring art in Nonthabury and close  to the students. The artists exhibiting in the gallery will spend some  time (day or days) with high school students to discuss their work,
listen to the critic; they will demonstrate their technic to the  students or realize a project together. The artists are thai and  international. As we do not ask fees to exhibit, it is a good way for new artists to learn about setting a show, having feedback and  sometimes selling art works. For more information on the show and our  organization, you can log to isb website:
      We will have an exhibition in the coming days:This is the article we put in a small newsletter in the neighborough.ArtNOW* presents  Woven Elements, January 30- February 20, 2010

     This is the first time these three artists will exhibit their work together. None of them is using canvas or paper; they create their support with bed linen, clothes, metal, plastic. They combined materials on them. Ingrid Van der Heyden and Simona Ambrosini use their work to explore deeply a theme or pass a message with passion. Karen Sengel creates her quilts with love and serenity. The combination of these works in the gallery will send alltogether sparks and calmness. Along with the exhibition, the artists will demonstrate their favorite technic to the students in HS ISB. They look forward to this experience as they acknowledge that students are good critics and often ask meaningful questions. The exchange of ideas, remarks, comments happening during the class time is valued by both; students and artists.
Belgian born artist, Ingrid Van der Heyden, studied free graphic art and ceramics for several years, and studied with a renowned artist on eco-design & assemly techniques in Belgium. She has participated in many group exhibitions and contemporary art projects in Europe and Asia. She uses very different materials for her work and she continuously explores new themes.
     Simona Ambrosini Benetti, 37 years, was born in Milano, Italy. Classical studies in Italy. In 2008, she opens her atelier in Bangkok. She starts to experience different metals, copper, aluminum and brass and continues to recuperate industrial scraps, while studying and testing the transformations of materials, like oxidations, corrosions, and the light effects on the surfaces.
     Karen Sengel was born and raised in the United States but has lived overseas most of her adult life. Karen started sewing at age six. She started quilting fifteen years ago. In 2006, inspired by quilter Ruth McDowell. Her quilts are machine pieced in a traditional way and incorporate ethnic fabrics as well as commercial material. They are then free motion quilted, adding another dimension to the design.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Enlightenment by Komkrit Sawatdirom

Exhibition : Enlightenment
by Komkrit Sawatdirom
on January 15 - February 3, 2010
at Gossip Gallery, The Silom Galleria

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

NOINA 4 Tastes by Jiratha Narapittayanart

You are cordially invited to The opening ceremony of the photo exhibition
"NOINA 4 Tastes"
by Jiratha Narapittayanart
to be Presided over by M.R.Sukhumbhand Paribatra Governor of Bangkok
on Thursday,January 21, 2010 : 05.30 P.M.
at Suan Pakkad Palace Museum (Sri Ayudhaya Road)
The Exhibition isopen from January 21 - February 28, 2010

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Living Room curated by Thanavi Chotpradit (2nd post)

     100 Tonson Gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening reception of  “Living Room”, visual and sound installation exhibition by Jiradej and Prinda Setabundhu,  Anothai Nitibhon,  Kata Sangkae, curated by Thanavi Chotpradit,  on Thursday January 21, 2010 at 7 pm.

     This is the show that showcasing what Thanavi has earned from her Master Degree in Art History at Leiden University, the Netherland. As part of the grants by 100 Tonson Gallery, this is the contribution by the curator.

     How could one make the space perceivable? Even the space exists when having the edge identified (by the wall, for instance), it is not precisely to make us sense the space itself. Beyond knowing the size of the space we are being in, how can we “feel” it? How can we conceive the existence of the intangible?

     These questions around the existence of the space are the questions of representation and perception. It is all about the “in-between” absence and presence. If art makes the invisible visible and music makes the non-audible audible, the colorless-mute space, the air, may come into being by the help of these medium. Inspired by Alvin Lucier’s ‘I’m sitting in a room,’ Jiradej and Prinda Setabundhu (composer, visual artist), Anothai Nitibhon (composer), and Kata Sangkae (visual artist) work together in ‘Living Room,’ the collaborative project that aims to make existence of space perceivable. As a site specific, visual and sound installation, 100 Tonson Gallery will be transformed into the “Living Room,” the room that has a live, a heart beating and a breath taking.

     Jiradej and Anothai will compose new sound for the Living Room while Prinda and Kata will present their newly created sculptures.

The exhibition will be on view from January 21 – February 28, 2010
(Gallery will be closed on Jan 30-31.)  

For more information, please contact us at or +66 2 684 1527

Tri-Faith Destination by Yuthasak Roykanchan ***update work pictures

Tri-Faith Destination

After been excellently successful from the first solo art exhibition "Joe's
Story" on early year of 2008 at Artery Gallery. For almost two years passed
round, Yuthasak Roykanchan an artist who has got fully of creativity power and
the classical skill which extremely impact to all viewer, this time he return to
continue an achievement as a new memoir in experience as the art of vista
impression of the Asian civilization. Thus, he has wandered across overseas and

Two Artists by Decha Warachoon and Nonthivathn Chandhanaphalin

Exhibition : Two Artists
by Decha Warashoon and Nonthivathn Chandhanaphalin
on January 18 - February 26, 2010
at The National Gallery,ChaojFah Rd., Bangkok

***More Works & Exhibition news will be added soon. Please visit us again.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Core of Crisis by Tawatchai Somkong

Exhibition : Core of Crisis
by Tawatchai Somkong

On Friday 15 January 2010, 7PM at Galerie N, Wireless Rd.

The exhibition will be on view until Sunday 14 February 2010
Tuesday-Sunday 10AM - 7PM (except Monday)
For more information, please call 66 2252 1592 or 668 6601 7111

Galerie N
139/5 Wireless Road Lumpinee
Pathumwan Bangkok 10330 Thailand

Melancholic by Nuratna Hawae

by Nuratna Hawae
From January 23 – March 21, 2010 (Opening reception: January 23, 2010 at 6.30 PM)
at Rose Garden Gallery (Nakhon Pathom)

Fear discourages a human’s need to stay alive. Fear is also the feeling slowly eats up the human’s mind every single minute. The chronic violence appeared in the south of Thailand causes the same kind of fear. It hurts and harms people in the society, keeping them away from happiness, especially children who have been completely affected by the situation. Nuratna Hawae is the upcoming Muslim artist from Pattanee whose semi-abstract woodcuts in the “Melancholic” exhibition convey the idea of atrocity that is taking its toll on the children’s mind. The cracks crossing over the playthings depict schism in the society which in turn putting the seed of sadness in their hearts. Liveliness and laughter are replaced by sullen color and sorrowful ambiance. Either Buddhists or Muslims, they are all victimized by the wicked excuse about the difference in religion. Southerners nowadays are like living in a nightmare because there is no safety even in their playground.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Jumbo red queen by Arthit Nunthapornpipat

Exhibition : Jumbo red queen
by Arthit Nunthapornpipat
on January 14 - February 7, 2010
at The Gallery, The Silom Galleria

Address : Unit B06-07 The Silom Galleria 919/1 Silom Soi 19, Bangkok 10500 Thailand
Tel : +66 2630 3381
Mobile : +668 3445 8333
Fax : +66 2630 3381
E-mail :
Website :

Open Hours :
 Monday - Saturday 10 am. - 7 pm.
 Sunday 11 am. - 6 pm.

Kalasin by Thai Artists

Exhibition : Kalasin
by Chumrueng Vichiankett, Sanya Pansawaichai, Suradej Wattanapaditchai, Patt Polchai,
Jessada Khongsomat and Ek-narin Khlewkhlong
on January 12 - February 10, 2010
at The Silom Galleria Art Space, Bangkok
Tel. +66 83 445 8333
B24 The Silom Galleria PlazaSilom 19 Rd., Bangkok, 10500, Thailand

Monday, January 11, 2010

PANOM, Cousin to the Clouds the story of elephants and humans

PANOM, Cousin to the Clouds the story of elephants and humans
the story of unique relationship of elephants and humans 56 minute documentary explores the plight of captiove Asian elephants in contemporary society as well as its tradional role in ancient Southeast Asian cultures.

Friday 15 th January 2010 at 6 pm – 8 pm at the Theater CMU Art Center
Ticket 250 baht (student 150 baht )A portion of ticket sales will benefit FAE's Elephant Hospital

More information and buy ticket :Galen Garwood (+66)87-1918075
email :
trailer for the film : www.galenga

Sunday, January 10, 2010

The88th Artdirectorsclub&The7th Younggunstraveling Exhibition

Bangkok University Gallery and the School of Fine and Applied Arts’ Communication Design Department are delighted to invite you all to the ADC Annual Awards Exhibition.

The exhibition features 2009’s best work in design and advertising through print, illustration, photography, broadcast, and interactive media by visual communications professionals and young creatives around the world.

The ADC Annual Awards Exhibition is on display from 9 January – 13 February 2010 from 8.30 a.m. – 4.30 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday. The opening reception is on Saturday, 9 January 2010 at 1.00 p.m. at Surat Osathanugrah Library (2nd floor), Rangsit Campus.

Bangkok University Gallery (BUG)
119 Rama 4 Rd.
Klong Toei, Bangkok
Thailand 10110
Tel: +66 2 350 3626
Fax:+66 2 350 3679
Office Hours: 9.30 am - 6 pm (Tue-Sat)

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Japanese Design Today 100

The Japan Foundation, in cooperation with Chiang Mai University Art Center and CNX Art Connex proudly present a unique design exhibition from Japan which will represent the finest of Japanese designs from 1990s to the present, in Japanese Design Today 100.

Venue: Chiang Mai University Art Center, Nimmarnhaemin Rd.

Date/time: 8th – 21 th January 2010, close on Monday and National Holidays (Opening hour 9.00 – 17.00)

You are invited to join our opening Ceremony on Friday 8th January 2010
at 18.00 hrs. 19.00 an Art Talk with the two Designers of the year (Thailand) 2007 and 2008 (Admission is free)

For further information, please contact

CNX Art Connex Tel. 087 579 0009  Email (

 CMU Art Center Tel. 053 218 208, Japan Foundation Bangkok Tel. 02 260 8560-3

    More than 300 people participated our opening night and also the talk show by 2 Thai designers who won many awards included the award from Japan: Piti Amrarong and Jutamas Buranajade.

    Various types of products, designed from 1950s until 2000s, await your visit: furnitures, cutlery, household, lighting, electronic goods, cloth, vehicle, toys, music instruments, and many more!