Monday, April 19, 2010

“Ganesh” the contemporary performance by Pichet Klunchun

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100 Tonson Gallery is pleased to announce the opportunity to view the final round of “Ganesh” the contemporary performance by Pichet Klunchun on Wednesday April 21st, 2010 at 7 pm at 100 Tonson gallery. This one hour show had captured many hearts and we have welcome many repeated viewers in the past 3 weeks of performance. It was our honor to welcome national artist of Thailand, Archarn Inson Wongsam who was among the first phone calls to book the tickets along with the Ambassador of the Netherlands and his wife, art critics, writers and outstanding visual artists.

Ticket is 1000 baht (700 for students) with complimentary refreshments and canapés by PLAZA ATHENEE BANGKOK, A ROYAL MERIDIEN

Please come early to enjoy the servings (6pm onwards), once the performance starts, food and entry will not be allowed. Seats are limited and this is the final round of rare opportunity to view Pichet Klunchun, we hope you would not miss it. Ticket reservation or more information, please contact Q at +6681 910 9440 or email:

This is a part of “Prism” exhibition, which is the show where space emerges from disciplinary encounter (performing arts and visual arts) and the parallel narratives. With his photograph book 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” which is not simply telling a story about his losing a tusk, but is really a reflection of what we are facing in our present society. In our world there are distortions, concealing of facts and addiction to power. Curated by Thanavi Chotpradit, the exhibition will be on view until this Sunday April 25, 2010.

Attachment: selected reviews of Prism exhibition,
- The Nation
- (via attachment)
The Magazine, Bangkok Post by Steven Pettifor
- Artscene TV

Best Wishes,
100 Tonson Gallery
Bangkok Thailand

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