Thursday, June 24, 2010

ARTECLASICA'10 by Vasan Sitthiket, Thaweesak Srithongdee, Jirapat Tatsanasomboon, Therdkiat Wangwatcharakul

Art Exhibition: ARTECLASICA'10
Artist: Vasan Sitthiket, Thaweesak Srithongdee, Jirapat Tatsanasomboon, Therdkiat Wangwatcharakul
Dates: 14 – 19 July, 2010
Venue: Costa Salguero Convention Center, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Thavibu Gallery was invited to present Thai contemporary art under the banner 'Meeting Cultures' at the ARTECLASICA'10 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.The event will run from July 14-19, 2010.

Thavibu will present works by well known Thai artists Vasan Sitthiket,Thaweesak Srithongdee, Jirapat Tatsanasomboon, and Therdkiat Wangwatcharakul.

Vasan Sitthiket is 53 years old and one of Thailand's most acclaimed artists. He is known as a social critic, and most of his works address problems within contemporary Thai and international societies, such as the exploitation of the poor by the rich as well as the corruption among politicians and bureaucrats. He also points his finger to the rest of the 'capitalist world. Vasan has participated in numerous exhibitions and projects in Thailand and abroad, including the Venice Biennale (Italy, 2003).

Thaweesak Srithongdee is 40 years old and a graduated from Silapakorn University. His style echoes the influence of Surrealism and Pop Art. Thaweesak is a keen observer of people, their physical and mental characteristics, and his works are often about the need for self-expression. It is also about freedom from society's rules and the status quo of the real world we live in. Thaweesak has participated in several exhibitions in Thailand, and abroad such as in Netherlands, Germany, Great Britain, Singapore, Japan, and Indonesia. He recently participated in the Fukuoka Triennale and in the Jakarta Biennale.

Jirapat Tatsanasomboon is 39 years old, a graduate from Silapakorn University and one of Thailand’s most talented and upcoming artists. He has participated in several exhibitions in Thailand and also in Korea, USA, Singapore, India, and Monaco. Jirapat applies a pop-art style to his paintings and plays around with well known images and icons of western art and transforms these well known icons by changing their appearances and putting them in a new and alien Thai setting. The interaction between the Thai and western characters may be viewed as symbolizing interactions at various levels: east vs west and modern vs traditional.

Therdkiat Wangwatcharakul is 39 years old and a graduate from Silapakorn University. He paints with oil on aluminium sheets or on canvas. The use of aluminium makes his play with light and shadow unique. Typical to Therdkiat’s spatially sensitive compositions are his minimal urban-scapes. He also harnesses staining techniques that imbue his canvases with the same metallic veneer of his mainstay aluminium surfaces, Therdkiat is a master at evoking the loneliness of the big city. Therdkiat has participated in several exhibitions in Thailand, as well as in Singapore, Japan, the Netherlands, Korea, Spain, and the USA. He was awarded the Jurors' Choice Prize in the ASEAN Art Awards.

Thavibu Gallery
The Silom Galleria, 3rd Floor
Suite 308, 919/1 Silom Road
Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Tel.: (662) 266-5454
Fax.: (662) 266-5455
Mob.: (6689) 812-8577

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

50 distinguished artists join forces to create works in "Imagine Peace"

50 distinguished artists join forces to create works in "Imagine Peace"

The Ministry of Culture presents "Imagine Peace", an exhibition of new works by 50 of Thailand's renowned artists come together to help bring back peace and happiness to our society.

The exhibition features works by 50 of Thailand's leading artists, include Thailand National Artists Dr. Sumeth Jumsai Na Ayudhaya, Naowarat Pongpaiboon, Preecha Thaothong, Kiettisak Chanonnart, Nonthiwan Chantanaphalin; Silpathorn Artists, Chalermchai Kositpipat, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Pradit Prasarttong and distinguished artists like Parinya Tantisuk, Kamin Lertchaiprasert, Thanachai Utchin, Anuchai Sricharunputong.

In addition, The Ministry of Culture will provide creative spaces for peaceful and reconciliation art displays around the areas affected by the political unrest, such as Ratchaprsong intersection, Ploenchit Road, Pathum Wan intersection, and Bon Kai, etc. Moreover, free landscape, store, and advertisement signage design provided by artists and Thailand Graphic Designers Association for people affected by the unfortunate event.

See ‘Imagine Peace’ exhibition from June 24 until August 22, 9th floor Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. For more information contact 02-422-8935

Public Relations:
Kullaya Kassakul 089 777-0541

Duangporn Tientong 084-599-458

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Party: Body Language (i) by Pieng-or Pinpart

Thavibu Gallery is pleased to present the art exhibition Body Language (I) with brass and bronze sculptures by the young and talented Thai artist Pieng-or Pinpart on 22 May - 3 July, 2010.

Pieng-or Pinpart’s life is marked by her struggle to deal with the physical and emotional symptoms of being bipolar. In Body Language I Pieng-or moulds bronze and brass sculptures that visualize the alternating bouts of extreme depression and mania she suffers through the debilitating disorder. Her bent, beaten, and torn body frames are a graphic expression of her fluctuating range of emotions, the medication used to control the illness, and the physical toll that her body and mind endure. Her battered forms are testament to her creative resilience and her resolve to bring greater stability to her life. Pieng-or is currently studying for her BA in Fine Art at King Mongkut Institute of Technology Latkrabang.

The two-part art exhibition Body Language I & II showcases new three-dimensional works by artists Pieng-or Pinpart and Angkana Kongpetch. Marking their debut solo exhibitions, this two-stage exhibition highlights young female artists who produce metal sculptures using the human body as a metaphor for individual themes. Aside from commonalities in gender, age, and aesthetics, both artists affirm the importance for physical and spiritual balance in our existence.

Body Language I & II are the third and fourth exhibitions 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,
Suite 308, 919/1 Silom Rd.
Bangkok 10500
Tel (662) 266 5454
Fax (662) 266 5455

"Presentation / Representation" at BUG, Rangsit Campus

Bangkok University Gallery and Goethe Institut Thailand in collaboration with the Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations are delighted to invite you to "Presentation / Representation", a German photography exhibition.

"Presentation / Representation" will be on viewed from June 14th – July 16th 2010 at Bangkok University Gallery, Rangsit Campus. The opening reception will be on Friday, June 25th, 1.00 PM 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 (Mon-Fri)

Thursday, June 17, 2010



Title: CITY
Date: 17 JUNE - 9 JULY 2010

Opening Night: THURSDAY 17 JUNE 2010, 7PM


"The city is a place where the full spectrum of people, places and lifestyles come together. This seems especially evident in a city like Bangkok where the country still has a strong hold on tradition that contrasts and battles against many of the signs of ‘modernization’. It is made up of many completely different worlds, each as viewed by one of its inhabitants." – Tom Meddings

“ในพื้นที่ของเมืองทุกอย่างล้วนถูกสร้าง ขึ้น เพื่อ ให้การดำเนินชีวิตประจำวันดูมีความหมายทุกย่างก้าว

ผลผลิตของเมือง วัฒนธรรม กิจกรรม สิ่งก่อสร้าง ถูกสร้า้งขึ้นอย่างสอดคล้อง

เพื่ออำนวยความสะดวกแก่ชีวิตประจำวันอย่าง เต็มอัตตรา

เมืองจึงเป็นผลผลิตและนวัตกรรมของมนุษย์ อย่างแท้จริง” - พิสิฎฐ์กุล ควรแถลง

Nospace Gallery
21/108 Block D, Royal City Avenue (RCA)
Bangkok Thailand 10320
084-1341184, 02-6414040

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Relationship of Life by Patcha Kaewtongtal

Relationship of Life

Artist: Patcha Kaewtongtal
Date: July 10, 2010 - September 26, 2010
Gallery: Rose Garden Gallery

“Relationship of Life”, the latest exhibition by Patcha Kaewtongtal showcases a series of etching work communicates the positive ideas about the relationship between human and nature. These creatures connect to and support each other like the chain of life. The artist imparts her ideas and feelings, projecting the adaptation between human and nature in order to survive and harmoniously sustain the existence of their races like they have always been.

Rose Garden
Km 32 Pet Kasem Road, Sampran, Nakorn Pathom, 73110 Thailand
Tel: +66 34 322 544 Fax: +66 34 322775

Icons of French Design by French Designer in the 20th Century

Exhibition : Icons of French Design
by French Designer in the 20th Century
on July 9 - August 15, 2010
at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok

Icons of French Design

Organizer: Embassy of France in Thailand
Co-Organizer: Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

France is amongst the leading countries in Design. Be it a French designer or an object designed for a French label, some of these objects have left a deep impression in our minds and collective memories. In fact, some are so famous that they have been sold for a fortune in auction houses and been given pride of place amongst works of art in museums. In a certain way, they are true icons of modern world.

? Icons of French Design ? is a collection of thirty iconic works representing French design in the 20th century, from Philippe Starck to Jean Prouv?, from Pierre Paulin to Ronan Bouroullec, not to mention Le Corbusier. French design has been distinguished by its magnitude to innovate and incorporate cutting edge technologies of its period, as this is typical for a country where engineering has earned such a prominent place. From the DS Citro?n to the Concorde, and Le Corbusier’s chaise LC4, ? Icons of French Design ? Exhibition reflects a role it has established in the international design history.

Still by Alan Davis and Caroline C. Green

Exhibition : Still
by Alan Davis and Caroline C. Green
on July 1 - 30, 2010
at Rotunda and Garden Gallery, Bangkok

There will be an opportunity to meet the artists at an opening evening, which will take place on Friday 2nd of July, 2010 at 6pm

The Neilson Hays Library welcomes you to an exciting exhibition by two contemporary artists: Alan Davis and Caroline C. Green. They offer their insights into time and space through a series of illuminating images. They create a subtle world that explores ideas of suspended states and stills.

Alan studied at Mount Allison University, University of Toronto, and Queen's University and he has recently been appointed Head of Art at Patana International School. He is represented by Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts in Toronto. Alan's photographs resemble a fusion of painting and early historical photographic processes. The silver and gold metallic highlights of the photographs blend an antique and a modern aesthetic. Alan explores the "everyday" in his work but transforms it; taking something simple and making it monumental or sacred. He plays on the symbolic qualities of objects while the subtle tones and reflective qualities create a meditative resonance. Alan's work depicts an absence or void in time. The images of fruit and landscape are timeless, eternal and universal. The large format of his works is almost iconographic, presenting the viewer with the idea of the absolute. The photographs freeze the "known" in time, presenting it in a carefully crafted way that reveals nature as grand, holy and sacred. They are "Still" or "Holy" sites. Like a sacred relic; pristine and balanced, old and new, presenting a dislocated sense of time. The still life work contains a human element: the manmade objects. The main event though, is quiet; no quarrel, no conflict, no competition, no struggle. Alan acheives a slight tension or suspension from "being" (Still) in meditation through his work.

Caroline studied at the Royal College of Art and was awarded art scholoarships to The University of Kyoto and The University of Calgary. Caroline has exhibited her work in Japan, Canada, Germany and England and was a Fine Art research fellow in Printmaking at the University of Cheltenham. She has published her work in "Printmaking Today" and has exhibited in the Mall Galleries "National Print Exhibition" in London. Caroline has previously been awarded the Cohn and Wolfe Art Prize and the John Purcell Art Prize. Caroline's work is based on conflict and tensions, either physically or mentally. The human trace is apparent, a small voice in an overwhelming world. The human shadow appeals to the subconscious with an urgency that something is about to happen. Claustrophobic anxiety is seemingly oppressive or crushing: however, the human will keep on fighting. There is a struggle between the powers of the unpredictable elements and the physically weaker human subjects and the viewer feels suspended in a narrative frame. Caroline's new work describes a landscape of the body through space. By manipulating photo etching she creates a trance state where the self confronts the shadow in an emotional transference. Stark yet invisible, bodies mutate, contort and mask gesture. Caroline's works capture in pictorial stills an unsettled and elusive synthesis between time and space.

The Rotunda Gallery
195 Suriwongse Road
Bangkok 10500 Thailand
Open Tue / Thu / Sat 9.30-16.00 /
Wed 9.30-19.00 / Sun 9.30-14.00
Tel. (662)233 1731

Land of Smiles at Siam Centre

Photo Exhibition : Land of Smiles

by Amat Nimitpark, Bigs Vatcharasith, Chamni Thipmanee, Chatchawarn Junthachotibutr, Nat Prakobsantisuk, Ponlawit Petra, Surasak Ittirit, Surat Jariyawatanawijit, Tada Varich, Thananon Thanakornkarn, Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch and Wason Puengprasert
on June 18 - 30, 2010
at Siam Centre, Bangkok

Twelve leading photographers will join hands in a charity exhibition, "Land of Smiles", to help people affected by the May 19 political unrest. Part of the "Together We Can" project, the exhibition will open at Siam Centre on June 18 at 6pm.
On display will be works by top homegrown artists, including Amat Nimitpark, Bigs Vatcharasith, Chamni Thipmanee, Chatchawarn Junthachotibutr, Nat Prakobsantisuk, Ponlawit Petra, Surasak Ittirit, Surat Jariyawatanawijit, Tada Varich, Thananon Thanakornkarn, Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch and Wason Puengprasert.

Entry to the exhibition is by a 100-baht donation, with proceeds going to people in need. The exhibition will be on view until June 30. Call 02-658-1000 ext 234/9.

ROUFH DEEP SUAR By Sirapob Treeratana

9 Art Gallery / Architect Studio
Request the pleasure of your company at the opening of the exhibition of art
“ ROUFH DEEP SUAR ” By Sirapob Treeratana

To be presided over by
Mr. Silapavithaya Chiewvicha

On Saturday June 19th, 2010 at 7.00 pm.
At 9 Art Gallery / Architect Studio , Chiangrai
( 100 m . from King Mengrai Monument to Maechan)
Opening hours Tuesday – Sunday 10.00 am. – 20.00 pm.
The exhibition will be on view until July 19th ,2010
More information tel. 0-5371-9110 , 083-152-6021

Monday, June 14, 2010

WISAMUNYOGA by Wisamunmuang Sitthiket

July 14 – September 14 2010

Opening reception July 14 6.30 to 8.30pm.
2nd Floor, Sombat Permpoon Gallery

Sombat Permpoon Gallery is delighted to present “WisamunYoGA” by Wisamunmuang Sitthiket, a photography exhibition.

Sitthiket, a renowned contemporary photographer translates softness, freedom and beauty into erotic photography.

“WisamunYOGA means ‘unusual yoga’. Forms who flow with passion and dance to melodies of shutter speeds. Features that move along with the sound of heart beats, resonating rumbles from the earth’s crust through their bones as wave trembling through their nerves.” - Wisamunmuang Sitthiket

Wisamunmuang Sitthiket was born in Nakornsawan and graduated from The Collage of Fine Art in Bangkok in 1979. His work has appeared in numerous magazines including, Model Magazine, Cute Magazine and Max Magazine. In 2007 Sitthiket, a freelance photographer and owner of Wisamun Studio launched Wisamun Workshop where he teaches in unique nude photography classes.

For further information, images and media representation, please contact:

Panada Lerthattasin - Gallery Director
t (66) 2.254.6040-6
f (66) 2.254.6048
d (66) 2.655.5128

Sombat Permpoon Gallery
12 Sukhumvit Soi 1
Klongtoey Nua, Wattana
Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
t (66) 2.254.6040-6
f (66) 2.254.6048
d (66) 2.655.5128

Friday, June 11, 2010

Imagine Peace by Kamin Lertchaiprasert

Exhibition : Imagine Peace
by Kamin Lertchaiprasert
on June 25 - August 22, 2010
at Gallery 9th, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok

The Ministry of Culture of Thailand has organized an art exhibition, titled Imagine Peace. The exhibition presents a collection of newly created artworks from Thai artists in various disciplines and generations.

Organizer : The Ministry of Culture of Thailand

To reflect the recent political upheaval in Thailand that causes a major impact in Thai social, economy, and psychology, the Ministry of Culture of Thailand has organizedImagine Peace an art exhibition, titled Imagine Peace. The exhibition presents a collection of newly created artworks from Thai artists in various disciplines and generations. Presented under a concept of healing and peace, the artworks reflect mentalities accomplishing results that yield positive thoughts to the future

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
939 Rama1 Road, Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330

Tel : +66 02 214 6630-1
Fax : +66 02 214 6632
E-mail :

Liberation by Utai Nopsiri (June 2010)

100 Tonson Gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening reception of “Liberation” the exhibition by Utai Nopsiri who returns to town with his latest works after having received huge success from the first solo show “Only Appearance” in 2007, on Thursday June 17th, 2010 at 7 pm.

Utai Nopsiri has been creating sculptures for over 10 years and was the recipient of several awards. Introduced to 100 Tonson Gallery by Chatchai Puipia in 2006, we are very proud to have discovered and introduced to public, such strength of vision borne from Nopsiri’s conviction, dedication and energy. After his first sold out show, Nopsiri has created the second series of abstract teak wood sculptures under the title “Liberation”. Nopsiri's strength has propelled him into the international spotlight of contemporary recognition.

In this exhibition “Liberation”, Utai Nopsiri continues his conceptual framework and artistic working process. Instead of using technology or any electricity-related tools, the artist created each sculptural element by hand and his craftsmanship. Viewers can appreciate every detail, having been done in precision and focus.

6 pieces of teak sculptures is now showing at 100 Tonson Gallery until July 4th, 2010
(Thursday – Sunday, 11 am – 7 pm)

For more information, please contact 100 Tonson Gallery at or +662 684 1527

100 Tonson Gallery
100 Soi Tonson, Ploenchit Rd., Lumpini,
Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330 Thailand
Tel: (+662) 684 1527

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Through Our Eyes: Windows into the Lives of Affected People from the Deep South’ Photo Exhibition

Through Our Eyes: Windows into the Lives of Affected People
from the Deep South’ Photo Exhibition

At the Hall in front of The Art Center, Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University
11-26 June 2010
Opening reception: Friday 11 June, 2010 at 5.30pm

In the last four years at least 3000 people have died, several thousands were injured and many more people have been socially and mentally affected by the violence in the Deep South. In newspapers and audio-visual media hardly any time and space is allocated to give these people visibility. Many victims have been reduced to mere numbers in reports. Most of the Thai population outside the three border provinces is not aware of the human or tragic dimension this conflict has caused in many lives so far. Some media reports might even contribute to misunderstanding or even incite hatred towards people living in the predominantly Muslim region.

This photo exhibition would like to tell a different story. It wants to show the human side of the conflict, it wants to share the hopes and life stories of the people that have been reduced to statistics in a bloody and seemingly endless conflict, and it wants to put faces where there is otherwise a nameless mass.

The conflict is centred in Thailand’s three Southern border provinces, Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat. This is a region where over 80% of the population adhere to the Islamic faith and speak the local Malay dialect known as Yawi. Independent sources report 10,609 violent incidents taking place between January 2004 and January 2010 resulting in at least 4100 deaths, 60% of which have been Muslims.

This collection of photos wants to take the audience on a journey to a place where there are no sides and where there is no real sentiment of “us versus them”. The photos have been taken by twenty five local women, children, and young people with the aim of inviting the eyes of the outside world into the daily lives of those who are affected by this conflict. While FES and its local partner organisation Friends of the Victimized Families Group provided the participants with digital cameras as well as a brief workshop on basic photography skills, the actual strength of this exhibition stems from the powerful personal messages the photographers conveyed in their photos.

This is their story, through their eyes.

Organized by
- MA in International Development Studies (MAIDS), Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University
- Friends of the Victimized Families Group
- Friends of Women Foundation
- Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
- The Art Center, Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University

For more information, please contact:
Siriwat Pokrajen (PR Officer)
Tel: 081-629-0457, email:,

The Art Center
7th Fl, Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University
Phyathai Rd, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
Tel: 0-2218-2965, Fax: 0-2218-2907

Monday-Friday 9am-7pm, Saturday 9am-4pm
Closed on Sunday & Public Holidays

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Sky Beyond My Garden by Potjawan Punjinda

Potjawan Punjinda by sky beyond my garden

12 JUNE 2010 - 12 JULY 2010
meeting the missing pieces | event: artist talk and critics
Saturday 12 June 2010 at 06:00 pm

angkritgallery is proud to present the young artist's first solo exhibition sky beyond my garden,. This show features a new body of work. On view through July 12, the exhibition including a small-scale paintings and photographs never-before-seen.

The sky is liked a memorandum of feeling at the moment. It is the place where no one can reach and turn back. For long, I engrossed and have been keeping time in photograph. I do tell the meaning of my feeling via paintings.
In my garden, there are memories and small happenings that I brought them to be blended with my imaginary, my dream and myself, thus, I can play on my own story. It became the world that fulfills the missing pieces , the world that people can reach whatever impossible. Just to be a character in my story.

about artist

Potjawan Punjinda (ChiangRai, 1983)
2544-2547 Bachelor of Arts (Mass Communication with 1st honorarium)
2548-2552 Master of Arts (Media Arts and Design)
2551-2553 Hell School of Art

Working Experience
2548 – Present totell Bookstore
2552 - Present Exhibition Coordinator at CMU Art Museum

2546 One Day Ekabuk, Art and Culture, Umong, Chaing Mai
2548 Hybriditarian Exhibition : Media Arts and Design, CMU
2549 Don’t Happy, Be Worried, Ver Gallery, BKK
2552 Half way of Love, totell Bookstore

-Winning Gold Medal Award for painting in kindergarten school
-Winning honorable mention for primary representative in art and craft competition in Nakornsawan
-2540 Being the representative of Samakkee Wittayakom School in water painting competition
-2541 Winning the Best award for painting in the topic “Drugs kills you”
-2541 Winning the Second Best award for painting in the topic “Thai Culture Soon Torn Phoo’41”
-2547 Being the main character in the opera “Golden Fish and the Envelope” at CMU Art Center
-2551 Participating as the character in short film named “Soulmate”

For more information, please contact

Angkrit at +66 8.6911.5331
email :
or visit :

angkritgallery established in 2008, aims to provide an innovative forum for contemporary art, presenting work by largely unseen young artists or by international artists whose work has been rarely or never exhibited in the gallery. Many artists showing at angkritgallery are unknown when first exhibited, not only to the general public but also to the commercial art world. We like to support for young artists to launch their careers.

angkritgallery 99 Moo 2 Pahonyotin, Nanglae, Chiangrai, Thailand 57100
telephone: 00 66 8 6911 5331 | email: |

angkritgallery open everyday from 06:00 am - 03:00 pm

Agalico Budur by Ekachai Milintapas and Wachirapan Intaraworapad

Agalico Budur

The black hole of joy, grief maybe waiting to abyss
The black hole of sorrow, joy could wait by the end

“There is nothing that communicates better than art. It’s quicker than language and clearer than philosophy.” Just as same as the images of naked bodies in the art work of new duo artists who have made a good reflection about some story within their mind. If clothes have cover to body as it’s functional, the body that keeps covering human’s mind can reflective some inner mind as well. The above mention could encourage an intention of this time of creative art then. Ekachai’s work has convey about the truth of suffer while spread around the molecule of peacefully by respect and understanding to any of worldly happening as this statement as from his thoughtful that “if both of physical and mental have no suffering, that’s would be really splendid lucky which everyone desire for, but to be without from all those suffer. Perhaps it must start from our own self thus.” And for Wachirapan’s work has conveyed about the delusion of joyful that astray by sticky adhere in his own ego. It seem superior civilized by any taste of delicious knowledge, but always impetuously by his own unreliably of delude wisdom. As like as his thought confession that “we shall assembly to each other for last before nothing good nor bad left for ours world no more. Only just trace of smile and the crust of my tear remains in an abyss of endless feeling thus.”

This time of an art exhibition as a figurative style as entitled “Agalico Budur” doesn’t only stress aiming for more alien new look than the exact substantial of the theme which could possibly be one of an appreciated value to see through the unstable of joy and sorrow. Thus time is as no matter as incomparable to the act of the mind. For easier understanding that joy and sorrow didn’t depend on the time but depend on the consequences of the mind existence that is when sustain in happy, it’s happy and when sustain in grief, it’s definitely grieve then. Admiring that new generation of ours Thai Buddhist social like both of them care enough to raise thoroughly essential of Dharma as an open issue as to persuasion. Hopefully that all Buddhists fellow would accompany with the possibility of the existing mind to be joyful peace even when have to face with great suffer in reality.

Opening exhibition will take place on Tuesday 13th July at 18:00 pm. till on Friday 13th August, 2010. At Artery Gallery, 919/1 the Silom Galleria Building, (UNIT B09) B1 Fl., Silom Rd., Bangkok 10500 Thailand

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

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Representation | Representation by German photography

Photo Exhibition : Presentation | Representation
by German photography
on June14 - July 16, 2010
at Bangkok University Gallery, Rangsit Campus, Bangkok

In Germany, a lively and heterogeneous photography scene has recently emerged, one which cannot be said to stem from any single educational institution or region or be assigned to any predominant style. The exhibition "presentation | representation" portrays ten positions in contemporary German photography.

At the moment, photography is in a phase of transition from analogue to digital medium. With the technical changes comes a new understanding of both the medium itself and of the credibility that the medium still implies. The photographers selected for this show reflect the altered situation through their consciously subjective construction of authenticity

p(L)ay attention by Pasut Kranrattanasuit

ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art will hold the art exhibition:

"p(L)ay attention"
By Pasut Kranrattanasuit
From June 17th to July 7th 2010 (Opening reception on June 21st: 06.30 PM)
At ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art

The “p(L)ay attention” art exhibition presents video installation art work inspired by the ordinary things of every day life (part of them was from London, England where the artist spent time doing his research and MFA.) The “Ordinary” things have become “Extraordinary” by the artist’s exercise of his intention in order to inspect the viewers’ self-inspection. Some hypnotic techniques are applied to help viewers experience some experiences and embrace themselves as part of the art work through their senses and feelings.

ARDEL 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. (Closed on Monday) Website:

ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art
Tel: 0-2422-2092,084-772-2887 Fax : 0-2422-2091
E-mail :
Website :
Open hour : 10:30~19:00 hrs.(Closed on Monday)

Metropolitan Tales by Kiatanan Iamchan

ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art will hold the art exhibition:

"Metropolitan Tales"
By Kiatanan Iamchan
From June 17th – July 31st 2010 (Opening reception on June 21st : 06.30 PM)
At ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art

“Metropolitan Tales” is an exhibition of acrylic paintings presenting the artist’s implication of innocent characteristic of human beings through the distinctive language of art. The exhibition tells the stories of people growing up in the fast-track of capitalist society. That behind those stories hidden with the awareness of the instability of emotions which constantly be observed from all the lost hopes, the fulfilled dreams or the traditional lifestyle that is gradually fading. The results have a chain effect on their fragile life and mind which has turned out to be many tales that are repeatedly retold in our joyful Metropolitan over and over again.

ARDEL 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) Website:

ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art
Tel: 0-2422-2092,084-772-2887 Fax : 0-2422-2091
E-mail :
Website :
Open hour : 10:30~19:00 hrs.(Closed on Monday)