Sunday, February 28, 2010


Mahidol University, College of Music, proudly presents
KING ARTHUR A "Dramatick Opera" by Henry Purcell.

Date and Venue: 2nd and 3rd March 2010, 7.00 pm at Mahidol University College of Music Auditorium (Salaya).

     Based on the epic story of the Christian British King Arthur and its battles against the Heathen Germanic tribe of the Saxons, this is a so-called semi-opera in five acts (Music composition by H. Purcell, Libretto by J. Dryden). It is a very special piece of music indeed: major roles are being spoken and just accompanied by music, soloists, choir and orchestra are performing, and the story takes us into a magic world of spirits, sirens, and nymphs. It contains beautiful songs and dance rhythms, thus it is inspiring both to eyes and ears.

     King Arthur is one of the very few Baroque Operas which are still being performed regularly around the globe. This unique event promises to be a major highlight of the current music season in Thailand .

     King Arthur is a very special semi-opera, and our Thai audience (even myself!) is not very conversant with this form of art. In the Baroque time theatre was something very different from theatre at later times, using a lot of allegories and masks (representing those allegories), which leads to a much more symbolic performance (quite unfamiliar to us now!).

     This production will feature young singers from the Voice department and baroque instrumental performers, all from the College of Music .

Tickets price: 200 THB for adults, 100 THB for students.

For tickets reservation, please call 02-800-2525 ext 154, 155.

     For more information about this event, as well as on other activities and performances of the Mahidol University , College of Music , you may also visit our website at:

Friday, February 26, 2010

The Monster 2 by Pornthep Chitphong

The Monster 2 : Pornthep Chitphong
March 1 - 30, 2010 at angkritgallery Nanglae, ChiangRai
Opening on Monday, March 1st at 6 pm

angkritgallery invites you to the opening of our new exhibition by promising artist Pornthep Chitphong. an exhibition continues to 30 March(open everyday, 6 am - 3 pm) at angkritgallery Nanglae, ChiangRai.

     In the world of Imagination I live in, Humans are Maladies that live together
Thought-Malady, From-Malady, Appearance-Malady and many more I couldn't identify all of these Maladies live together because they're social-Maladies.ย There are both small and big communities. Humans who love to have a strange act, or love to isolate also called " Malady" I am also Malady in the world with full of Maladies. Pornthep Chitphong

99 M2 Pahonyotin Nanglae, Chiangrai 57100
mobile: +66 (0) 86 911 5331
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The next thing is the first by Somyot Hananuntasuk

"The next thing is the first" by  SOMYOT HANANUNTASUK
Painting in oil and oil pastels

on Thursday, 4th March, 2010
at 7.30 pm
You and your friends are warmly invited!
Sunday opening on 28th March, 2010
from 11 am to 4 pm

5th March – 10th April, 2010
Mo – Thu 2 pm to 7 pm
Friday 2 pm to 5 pm
Saturday 11 am to 1 pm
and on appointment

Wolfgang Reichert
Anette Urban
Elias-Holl-Platz 6
86150 Augsburg / Germany
Tel  0049.821.152049
Fax 0049.821.156202

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Lady 2 Colors by Rungphan Burootchati

Exhibition : Lady 2 Colors Painting Exhibition
by Rungphan Burootchati
on February 15 - March 15, 2010
at 2nd Floor, The Exhibition Room 228, River City Shopping Complex, Bangkok

Rungphan Burootchati creates the paintings of nude ladies, entitled the “Lady 2 Colors” painting exhibition
The exhibit focuses on his colorful, fresh, violent, and candid paintings, depicted the aesthetic and the enchantment of female bodies with the techniques of watercolor and acrylic.
The artist intends to evince his vision with art, without the passion and obscenity, and the several colors are chosen to complicit about decreased the meaning and the feeling of lust and indelicacy.

Spirit of Memory by Peeraphol Sripakananon

Exhibition : Spirit of Memory
by Peeraphol Sripakananon
on February 15 - March 15, 2010
at 227 Room, 2nd Floor, River City Shopping Complex, Bangkok

Thai painting of Peeraphol Sripakananon, a skilled artist, passed on Thai literature with technique of acrylic, oil color, and mix – media such as Hanuman, Thai traditional dramatic performance, Rum-Tad - a form of entertainment consisting of two groups of singers singing impromptu songs, the puppet show, and the Knone drama.
The imaginations of the artist’s childhood mixed with his feeling are depicted on canvas with the image dimensions.

VAP by graduate students Faculty of Fine Arts

“VAP” Art Exhibition

by graduate students Faculty of Fine Arts Chiangmai university

25-26 February 2010
At the first floor (back gallery)

CMU art center

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Event Photos : Two Artist

Invitation Card

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

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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Diary of a Weaving Story By Imhathai Suwatthanasilp

"Diary of a Weaving Story" By Imhathai Suwatthanasilp

From March 3rd to April 7th 2010 (Opening reception on March 3rd, 2010: 6.30 PM)
At ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art (Boromrachachonnanee Road)

     “Diary of a Weaving Story” is the latest solo exhibition by Imhathai Suwatthanasilp a young female artist from Silpakorn University whose artworks have been awarded in many art competitions. She also has been granted several scholarships from international art institutes. Imhathai’s works of art originate from the love and connection in her family. To stress this idea the artist uses her own hair, which have been collected after her father had cut his hair and given it to his 4 daughters, as a key medium that reflects love and union between family members. Having been the representative of the whole family as the symbol of the family’s blood and soul, the hair that were weaved together also serves as a diary that keeps reminding her of the memorable experiences and the relationship that have been transferred from generation to generation.

ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art
Tel: 0-2422-2092,084-772-2887  Fax : 0-2422-2091
E-mail :
Website :

Event Photos : Heart Core Art Exhibition

    Heart Core by Narissara Pianwimungsa  
    ART REPUBLIC, 3rd Floor, Peninsula Plaza,153 Rajadamri Rd., Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330
Tel. 02- 652-1801

Exhibition Period:   
    Today until 13rd March 2010
Tuesdays - Saturdays from 11.00 - 19.00

Closed Sundays and Mondays

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Friday, February 19, 2010

Namo Buddhaya: The Courteous Respect for the Lord Buddha

"Namo Buddhaya: The Courteous Respect for the Lord Buddha"
by Phatyos Buddhacharoen
Date: March 3, 2010 - April 7, 2010
Gallery: ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art

     "Namo Buddhaya: Courteous Respect for the Lord Buddha" is the latest solo exhibition by Phatyos Buddhacharoen. The exhibition showcases paintings, sculptures and prints installed in various perspectives to create art that will bless and bring fortune to your life. The religious truths according to the Lord Buddha’s teachings are employed through art context and its composition as the symbols and examples that will capture the viewers, pinpointing them to slow down and start thinking, being aware of the world and what is going on around them by using their conscience, intellect and mindfulness.

ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art
Tue-Sat: 10.30 am -7.00 pm
Sun: 10.30 am - 5.30 pm(Closed on Monday)
99/45 moo. 18 Km 10.5 Boromrachonanee Road,
Salathammasob, Taveewattana, Bangkok 10170
Tel: +66 2422 2092
Fax: +66 2422 2091


Art Thesis Exhibition 2009

Exhibition : Art Thesis Exhibition 2009
by The Graduating Class of The Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Art, Silpakorn University
on March 2 - 12, 2010
at Silpakorn University Art Gallery, PSG Art Gallery, Bangkok

Opening Exhibition March 8th, 2010 6.30 p.m.

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Trans - Cool Tokyo by Japanese Artists

Exhibition : Trans - Cool Tokyo
Contemporary Japanese Art from MOT Collection
by Japanese Artists
on February 25 - March 28, 2010
at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre cordially invite you to the opening of the Contemporary Art Exhbition from Japan Trans-Cool TOKYO
On Thursday 25th February 2010 at 6 pm (press tour 4.30 pm.) at 9th floor, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Patumwan Junction. more information Tel. 02 2146630-2,

Invitation Card

Illegal, Temporary and Precarious States of Being - Migration

Illegal, Temporary and Precarious States of Being - Migration
Organized by MAP Foundation (Thailand), Studio Xang (Thailand), The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) and the University of Leeds (UK)
Artists : Estelle Cohenny, Maryanne Coutts, Nik Dunlop, Liz Hilton, John Hulme, Sha Jak, Padungsak Kochasamrong, Lui Lifen, Somchai Pinitsap
on February 15 - 28, 2010
at The Pridi Bhanomyong Institute, Bangkok

Illegal, Temporary and Precarious States of Being - Migration
From: Monday 15 February 2010 To: Sunday 28 February 2010
“Illegal, temporary and precarious states of being - migration” highlights the contradictions in a world that relies on migrant labour but refuses to accept or appreciate the migrants who work. The last day of the exhibition coincides with the final date for migrants in Thailand to enter a process of regularization. Any migrants not doing so is threatened with arrest and deportation. This exhibit combines the work of new and experienced artists and includes photographs, video, performance, and innovative installations. The exhibition is organized by MAP Foundation (Thailand), Studio Xang (Thailand),The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) and the University of Leeds (UK) supported by IDRC and Japan Foundation. At the Pridi Bhanomyong Institute, Sukhumwit Soi 55 (BTS Thonglor). Tel: 081-340-5409.

Art Exhibition by Salah Lanna

     The Emporium Shopping Complex, togather with, the Office of Contemporary Art and Culture and the Salah Lanna Club, will turn The Emporium into a land of Lanna art and culture, featuring a total of 270 works of art.
     The masterpieces to be on display are from various artistic fields includeing paintings, clay and metal sculptures and paper handicrafts - all from leading artists includeing national artists, prominent Lanna artists and artistics specialists.

     Sa-ngad Pui-ock, Surasit Saokong, Vichoke Mukdamanee, Kham-ai Dejduangta, Panya Vijinthanasarn, Paiwan Dakliang, Pitak Sa-nga, Nattapol Suwankusolsong and the masterpieces created by more than 60 artists from 8 northern provinces, Come witness the grand opening on Feb 23rd, 2010, at 3pm, and be entertained by the "Performance Art by Salah Lanna".

Art Exhibition by Salah Lanna
Feb 22 - 28, 2010
@Fashion Hall / Fashion Avenue 1F. The Emporium Shopping Complex
Sukhumvit Road, and is easily reached by the BTS skytrain (Phrompong station)

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Birds Flowers & Elephants by Wijit Apichartkriengkrai

Birds Flowers & Elephants
by Wijit Apichartkriengkrai
on February 20 - March 20, 2010
at Surapon Gallery

     Thai identity in artistic work. on one side, can be characterized by forms, contents, or even texture and color. That is Thai identity in tangible and concrete nature. On the other side, we can perceive that Thai identity through emotional feelings, which the work has expressed toword us. The extent of feelings can vary in degrees. And there is no right or wrong because a work of art will relay message from both side as mentioned. They support each other and give rise to impression to the audience.
     All works by Wijit Apichatkriengkrai contribute varieties of forms, thoughts, and spirit of being Thai in art creation throughout the 20 years of my artistic career.

                                                                                         Wijit Apichatkriengkrai

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Silent Wish by Pheerapong Kiliwong

Number 1 Gallery delightfully presents the art exhibition “ SILENT WISH” by Pheerapong Kiliwong

Silent Wish
by Pheerapong Kiliwong
on February 18- March 6, 2010
at Number 1 Gallery, Bangkok

     “Silent wish” represents of something between mind and the paintbrush always has the puzzle teaching behind. The individual artist uses white bird paper to be a virtual symbol of peace. Specifying light shadows reflects emotions. The idea is consistent with the deepest inside of his feeling, alive with peace, warm, beauty, profound atmosphere. There is a story for searching, complacency describes pass through the latest series of Pheerapong  Kiliwong.

Unit B15, B26-27 The Silom Galleria
919/1 Silom SOi19, Bangkok 10500 Thailand

Tel : +66 2630 3381
Fax : +66 2630 3381

email :

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


Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Different, but Same by Korean Artists

Different, but Same   Art Exhibition by Korean Artists
Curator : Cho seung ki
Co- curator : Jakraphun Thanateeranon

Venue : Artery Art Gallery

919/1 The Silom Galleria Building,

(Unit B09) B1 Fl., Silom Rd., Bangkok

10500 Thailand

Period : Febuary 22- March 5, 2010

      First exchange exhibition between Korea and Thailand, ’Different, but Same,’ emerges as an attempt by young artists of Korea, who does not share anything common geographically and in terms of belonging genres. This can be interpreted as an intention to escape local boundary. From painterly works to sculpture, installation art, media art, etc, each artist has built upon their own individuality and brilliant directorship, adding pace to globalization. The exhibition will provide an opportunity to see ways in which young artists of Korea make sense of and confront speed of the internet, mass production and outflow of information, inter subjective sensibility of media, and chaos of images thrown out from various perspectives.

     International biennale unfolding like planned events and the spectacular scale of the exhibition reminding one of Hollywood movies. Ever since oriental art has opened itself to the world, China has positioned itself firm as a first-mover and Korean art market is experience an unexpected rapid growth. Such changes were followed by global economic downturn. In period of many dramatic changes, what can be defined as the identity of today’s young Korean artists?

    I believe this exhibition will provide an opportunity to take a glance at how art is being conceived and experienced in Asia, initiating a global discussion on the subject, while not losing Korean character from many different angles. I also look forward to seeing new paradigm to guide art in Asia through maintaining constructive relationship with artists from Thailand.

Prism Pichet by Klunchun and Kornkrit Jianpinidnan

     100 Tonson Gallery presents spectacular collaboration between 2 outstanding artists, Pichet Klunchun and Kornkrit Jianpinidnan, “ Prism”  curated by Thanavi Chotpradit.
     Known and seen internationally, more often than in Thailand, the performance of Pichet will be,for the first time, shown in a visual art space, right downtown in the city of Bangkok.
     100 Tonson Gallery is a multifaceted art space. Its prism of dimensions is expressed through the diversity of artistic activities that takes place inside the gallery. This is the show where space emerges from disciplinary encounter (performing arts and visual arts) and the parallel narratives. With his photograph and installation, Kornkrit Jianpinidnan’s “The House No.1” transforms 100 Tonson Gallery into a space in-between the world of Thai traditional literature and the world of reality for Pichet Klunchun to perform “Ganesh.” Photographs will be revived through Pichet’s performance while the performing takes place in the space created by Kornkrit.

     In the obscurity of the space-in-between, there is not only a story of Ganesh losing his trunk, but also the fragments of the political situation we are facing in our present society.

“Ganesh”, the performance will be opened 10 rounds (approximately 1 hour each). There will be only 40 seats in each show, please reserve ticket in advance to avoid disappointment. Contact 100 Tonson Gallery through email, or mobile phone: 081-910-9440.  Ticket is 1000 baht .  (students: 700 baht)

Exhibition Date:  March 25 – April 25, 2010

Performance Rounds:
Thursday – Sunday  ( Thu – Sat  at 7 pm and Sunday at 2 pm)

March : 24th  ( press preview) , 26th , 27th , 28th
April: 1st , 2nd , 3rd , 4th , 8th , 9th , 10th

For more information, pls feel free to contact us at or +6681 910 9440

Happiness Forward by 14 Thai Artists

Prayat Pongdam

“Happiness Forward”

An Art Exhibition for Education Fund: by 14 Art Instructors of Poh-Chang Campus

from Rattanakosin University of Rajamangala Technology

     “When someone does you a big favor, don’t just pay it back…pay it forward…”, this word is as same meaning as an intention of “Happiness Forward” project which going to take place as an art exhibition as for education fund at Artery gallery on this soon of March. Therefore, we’d cordially invite you to come and share the good things for anyone who deserve to have some opportunity and then ours society wouldn’t be lack of generosity to each other, instead any of trouble could be decreasing off from our society as well as this happiness process can possibly do.

     Once again, as one good occasion as all 14 artists who are art instructors which consist of Banlu Viriyapornprapas, Thanarit Thipwaree, Thani Nakeerak, Thawatchai Thiengsat, Rewadee Jaichum, Aunnop Wut, Thitipan Chanhom, Noppadon Naddee, Anan Pratchayanan, Rasada Chatangam, Thong Udompol together with the national artist Prayat Pongdam and many of co-project’s artists; Panya Petchu, Piroj Wongbon, Thanatip Thipwaree, Duenshyphuchana Phuprasert, Kamonrat Petchu have do concern in resolving needs, then they collaborate with Artery Gallery to make this happiness intention come true. Especially into an educational of fine art which is either an important part of human’s cultural. Let’s join together to maintain and grow up the civilization of mankind toward our family, our society, our nation and eventually to our own world. However, the main objectively of this time art exhibition is to raise the fund for help and supporting any of fine art students who really good at study but lack of creativity art needs. We believe after as all their happy, they’d raise some precious work further back to our Thai society as well.

Opening exhibition will take place on Wednesday 10th March till on Saturday 10th April, 2010.

At Artery Gallery, 919/1 the Silom Galleria Building, (UNIT B09) B1 Fl., Silom Rd., Bangkok 10500 Thailand

Artery Art Management Co.,LTD.

919/1 The Silom Galleria Building,
(Unit B09) B1 Fl., Silom Rd., Bangkok
10500 Thailand
Mobile:   +66 83 782 4477
Tel:       +66 2 630 3006
Fax:      +66 2 630 3007

Monday, February 15, 2010

Suffering by Amrit Chusuwan

"Suffering"  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. 

     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. (Closed 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