Thursday, July 29, 2010

“The Colorful Brush” Art Exhibition

Welcome to our world of art
“The Colorful Brush” Art Exhibition

September 2 – October 8, 2010: 10.00 – 20.00 hrs.
at Reception Lounge, Lobby Level, The Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel

The Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel in conjunction with
Pornparn Sridhanabutr, Sirirat Srirueng
and APDA Group Co., Ltd.
is pleased to present “The Colorful Brush” Art Exhibition

Two lady artists, Pornparn Sridhanabutr and Sirirat Srirueng fascinated by the charming world of art are united to showcase their passions of art journey featuring colorful paintings on perspectives of love, life, nature, imagination and beyond.

Masterpieces of honorable guest artists will also be proudly presented by Suchat Wong thong; Manit NiwateSilp; Samarn Klangjaturat; Thana Srithanabutr; Wattana Poonchareon and Chanchai Prachubmor.

Part of the proceeds will be donated to “Cardiac Children Foundation of Thailand” under the Royal Patronage of late HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana, the Princess of Naradhiwas.

For more information, please call 02-261 9300 ext. 5938, 5945

Public Relations Department
The Imperial Queen's Park Hotel, Sukhumvit 22
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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Sa Ta Nee Shibuya-Sri Pra Ya Station by i-THAIPORARY CREW

i-THAIPORARY CREW proudly presents the annual performance , Take “Jeen Kasidit” the popular independent singer to Japan ByBTS alone !!! in “Sa Ta Nee Shibuya-Sri Pra Ya Station”

After the success of “Sa-by Sa-by Dance Theatre Therapy”,the last year annual performance,this year,I-Thaiporary crew has prepared for their second show, “Sa Ta Nee Shibuya-Sri Pra Ya Station”,using the similarity within the difference between Thai and Japanese society.

“Sa Ta Nee Shibuya-Sri Pra Ya Station” is made from a combination of an all-time favorited Japanese short stories and narrations such as The Grilled Fish , Hajiko , Yutsuya Kaidanetc. We would adapt these with loneliness and a sense of humor and there will be five stories that will be told by Jeen Kasidit , Num Kritsana , Out-Egg Akjiratikan , Rean Jantawad and Bubble Korakot.

The performance will be start on this 1-5 and 8-12 september,at 8.00pm on weekdays and at 3.00pm and 8.00pm on weekends ,perform@ NOSPACE GALLERY(RCA),near Rama9 MRT station.The ticket has only one price 350 baht,reserve the ticket and more information please contact 081-7000322 or check out for the performance updates at and

Who Killed Top of the Pops by James Johnson-Perkins

Who Killed Top of the Pops by James Johnson-Perkins
August 5 - 22, 2010
Opening Night: Thursday 5 August 2010, 7PM

An exhibition of new works by James Johnson-Perkins. Including a new video piece โShoot that poison arrow, created on his recent residency with the Emily Harvey Foundation, Venice, Italy.

Who killed top of the pops is a murder mystery of sorts, with: dark and troubling pretend polaroids, 70 Top of the pops album covers, which are turned into modernist collages and a selection of the finest sound tracks fromย games onย the 80 ZX Spectrum home computer.ย

James Johnson-Perkins is a British artist whom has exhibited in the USA, Russia, Japan, Germany, Spain, Italy, Romania, Lithuania and the UK. Including:ย The IMAC Theatre, New York, USA, National Centre for Contemporary Arts (NCCA), Moscow, Russia, Toyota Museum of Modern Art, Japan, Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), Glasgow and The Royal College of Artย (RCA), London.

He has recently had solo shows at: The Public, West Bromwich, UK, Kube Gallery, Poole, UK, DLI, Durham, UK, The King's Lynn Art Centre, UK, Red Gallery, Hull, UK, Art Gene, Barrow-in-furnace, UK and Exhibit Gallery, London, UK.

In 2010, he is the Artist In Residence with the Emily Harvey Foundation, Venice, Italy and The Bridge Gaurd, rovo, Slovakia.

Artist Links:

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

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Breed by Chatchawan Amsomkid

Thavibu Gallery is pleased to present the art exhibition Breed with new three-dimensional works by Chatchawan Amsomkid. Marking his debut solo exhibition, the sculptural installation comprises resin-moulded canines performing acrobatics that carry overtones to life’s daily circus.

Man’s best friend, the dog is a prevalent and unavoidable character to Thai life. Found roaming stray on any street, or left out to guard an owner’s territory, pooches serve as both devoted companions and beasts of burden. Trained to perform on cue, boutique attired, and displayed in photo albums, in contemporary society where child rearing has become optional rather than compulsive, dogs have supplanted as our surrogate offspring.

Defined by breeding and distinctive behavioural traits, particular canine characteristics provide convenient metaphors to human personalities. The feral street dog could be analogical to the poor and down trodden, while pampered imported toy dogs are characteristic of Bangkok’s indulged urbanites. Against the current political and social backdrop, where class distinctions and disparities of wealth have been pushed to the fore, Chatchawan’s bestial parodies are extremely pertinent to the heightened societal discord.

Having studied both a BFA and MFA in Sculpture at King Mongkut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Chatchawan currently teaches sculpture at the same institute. He has featured in several group exhibitions, as well as picking up the bronze (2007, 2009) and silver prizes (2008) in the Mixed Media category of the annual National Exhibition of Art.

Breed is the fifth exhibition in the yearlong project, 3D@Thavibu, highlighting three-dimensional art in Suite 307 of Thavibu Gallery. Curated by Steven Pettifor, 3D@Thavibu presents a series of exhibitions featuring established and emergent Thai and international artists.

Part of the proceeds (20 %) from sales will be donated to the SCAD (Soi Cats and Dogs Organisation).

The Silom Galleria Building,
Suite 308, 919/1 Silom Rd.
Bangkok 10500
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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Interiority by Attasit Aniwatchon


7 – 31 August 2010

Numthong Gallery

1129/29 Co-Op Housing Building

Thoedumri Road, Dusit, Bangkok 10300

Telephone/Fax 02 243 4326


Interiority/The Still-Lifes in the Four Chambers is an arts exhibition by Attasit Aniwatchon who chooses still-life figurines as his inspirations for telling the stories of his deepest emotions, views on personal life, experiences and changes through the figurines of popular cartoon characters and the artist’s own creations.

Artist’s Profile

- Attasit Aniwatchon received both his bachelor and master degrees from The Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts at Silpakorn University.

- He is now a freelance artist and also a special instructor at Silpakorn University and Bangkok University.

- He has continuously held exhibitions both locally and internationally since 1987.

- ‘Interiority’/The Story of the Still-Lifes in the Four Chambers will be Attasit Aniwatchon’s 6th solo exhibition.

Attatsit Aniwatchon is a special instructor at The Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts at Silpakorn University and The Faculty of Fine Arts, Bangkok University. He has held several exhibitions of his work both locally and internationally in Taiwan, Malaysia, Japan, Poland, Yugoslavia and Finland. ‘Interiority’ is his sixth solo exhibition and also the next chapter from ‘Soap Opera, his previous exhibition two years ago that told his perspectives from the inside out. At that time, when asked about his next show, he said he would like to tell the stories from the outside in – and thus, came the concept of ‘Interiority’. This exhibition does not portray only what is on the outer physical level but also his impressions on a certain period in life through still-life figurines which some may view as merely objects for an artist to practice his sketching. Some of the figurines are recognized as popular cartoon characters and some are the artist’s own works which were created at different time and circumstances – as if to say that our life is always full of changes.

who's afraid of red, yellow and green by Rirkrit Tiravanija

100 Tonson Gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening reception of the first solo show in the home country of the world re-known contemporary Thai artist, Rirkrit Tiravanija. Exhibition titled (who’s afraid of red, yellow, and green) on Thursday August 5th, 2010 at 7 pm.

Rirkrit Tiravanija, undoubtedly the most visible landmark of today’s Thai contemporary artists in the world-stage, was born in 1961 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, grown up in many countries and has taken Thailand’s northern province of Chiangmai as a base in the past several years. Since the early 1990s he has explored the social role of the artist and has fostered interactivity with his audience. He has cooked and served food to gallery-goers, set up a recording studio in a museum, reconstructed his apartment inside an exhibition space, corresponded via the internet while on an American road trip with Thai students, and provided opportunities for numerous other everyday activities to occur within art spaces.

During the exhibition, the artist will be cooking and offering his signature creation in the art space, to the viewers and audience and will at the same time orchestrate interactions between artist, art, and the audience in the combination of “Art and Daily life”. The gallery’s walls will be a platform for expressions of various (and can be contradicting) thoughts and beliefs through charred drawings and graffiti during this one month period.

The exhibitions and interactions are throughout the opening hours 11 am- 7 pm of every Thursday-Sunday of August until the last day of Sunday August 29th, 2010.

Moreover, we have negotiated very special rate at the Plaza Athenee, the Royal Le Meridien hotel for guests attending the event. Please let us know if you are keen to have the rates.

100 Tonson Gallery is proud to announce the upcoming first solo show by Rirkrit Tiravanija in his homeland. The world renowned Thai artist will make his debut with an exhibition (who's afraid of red, yellow and green) which will be on for one month (Thursday to Sunday, Aug 5 -29, 2010). Please join our opening event on August 5th, 2010 from 7 pm onwards.

Invitation will be sent out soon but we want to make sure necessary scheduling arrangement can be made for all who do not want to miss this historical event on August 5th. We have negotiated very special rate at the Plaza Athenee, the Royal Le Meridien hotel for guests attending the event. Please let us know if you are keen to have the rates.

Artist Profiles:
Rirkrit Tiravanija has transformed the constant movement and cultural interaction of his own life into an engaged conceptual art practice. Born in Buenos Aires in 1961 of Thai origin, he was raised in Thailand, Ethiopia and Canada and educated in Chicago and New York. The artist now lives between Berlin, New York, and Thailand. His work has been exhibited around the world in major museums, galleries and international art events including being co-curator of ‘Utopia Station’ at the Venice Biennale in 2003. Tiravanija's work had been in solo exhibitions such as solo Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kessel, Germany (2009), MOCA Miami, Florida( 2008), Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (2005),Serpentine Gallery, London (2005), and The Museum of Modern Art, New York (1997). And notable group exhibitions such as, the Sharjah Biennial 8, United Arab Emirates (2007), Whitney Biennial 2006, Day for Night, New York (2005) and 50th Venice Biennale (2003), just to name a few. Awarded the Hugo Boss Prize by the Guggenheim Museum "in recognition of his profound contribution to contemporary art" in 2004, and in 2008 Tiravanija was an artistic director of the rock opera "The Ramakien: a Rak Opera", a contemporary performance at the Lincoln Centre Festival, New York, USA, and recently a curator for part of the current exhibition, “Imagine Peace” at the Bangkok Art and Cultural Center.

About 100 Tonson Gallery
Listed among the top 50 emerging galleries from around the world by Contemporary Magazine, 100 Tonson Gallery has actively presented high-profile artists locally and internationally. Designed by the Christian Liaigre, this box-like art space in the central part of Bangkok has pushed the frontiers of the art scene in Thailand and the region. Making successful debuts of Yayoi Kusama, late Louise Bourgeois, Damien Hirst and many world renowned artists, 100 Tonson has also been represented in many prestigious events around the world. In 2010, following Documenta's Rice Terrace, Sakarin Krue-On participated in the Mural Exhibition at Juan Miro Foundation in Barcelona, Spain while the Thai female video artist, Araya Rasdjarmreansook shows at MOCA Sydney as part of Sydney Biennale, Australia and the gallery took part in Art HK10, Hong Kong China.

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Monday, July 12, 2010

“Aesthetic Life” by Kasemsak Tranucharat & Rasee Sornbanjong

Galerie N is pleased to invite you to visit our art exhibition
“Aesthetic Life”
By Kasemsak Tranucharat & Rasee Sornbanjong
3 – 31 August 2010
The opening reception is on Tuesday 3rd, August, 6 pm @ Galerie N

“Aesthetic Life” is a duo-exhibition by Kasemsak Tranucharat and
Rasee Sornbanjong. The artist probes and explores deeply beneath the surface, he presents his thoughts
through a variety of human faces whose expressions intensely reflect life, emotions and feelings.
His black brushwork signature intensifies these sentiments.

Rasee’s works reflects impression towards nature and scenery of the sea.
She expresses her works through the mix technique of painting and collage on canvas

The dimension of scenery differs by time and feelings…the overlapping of technique
and color creates a dimensional aspect to the scenery and emotion.
From diverse inspiration and the lives of two artists spring creative artworks that are vibrant and bursting with life…

For further information please call 086 601 7111, 02 252 1592

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Galerie N
139/5 Withayu Road Lumpinee Pathumwan Bangkok 10330
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Open Hours: Tuesday - Sunday
10 am - 7 pm

Temperature of the Nerve Endings by Jiang Zhi


Tang Contemporary Art presents
Temperature of the Nerve Endings
Jiang Zhi solo exhibition

Curator: Wei Xing
Date: August 04 – 31 2010
Exhibition at
Tang Contemporary Art
Unit B-28 (Basement), Silom Galleria
919/1 Silom Road (Soi 19), Bangkok 10500 Thailand
Mon – Sat 11am – 7pm (Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays)

OPENING RECEPTION: Tang Contemporary Art cordially invites you to the opening reception on Wednesday, 04 August, 6 - 8 pm. There will be an accompanying publication to be launched on this particular evening.

Almost all human motions are enabled by the messages communicated and controlled through the nerve endings. Sensory nerve endings acts as a receptor of stimulations from both within the body and the outside world, motor nerve endings communicates nerve impulses to muscle tissues and various glands, thus enabling humans of their facial expressions and motions.

Nerve impulses are the messages and commands created in the brain under stimulation, it is a summary of all the emotions and psychological activities in man’s body, and therefore it is closely tied with the human psyche and reflects man’s psychological nature. Their changes and the messages they receive can directly affect man’s surface feature, such as fear, anger, painful, depression, light-heartedness, happiness, ecstatic or even being carefully emotionless.
The artworks of Jiang Zhi combines the fictional and the realistic in his discovery of the physical and psychological changes brought through the emitting nerve endings, he also shows his interpretation of the corresponding concepts in the realms of Social Political-Economics. It is hard to categorize Jiang Zhi’s work, as an artist of profound social solicitude, he depicts the pain and hurting within a well-designed environment, finding and exhibiting the realistic absurdities in front of a troubled and melancholic backdrop.

His recent artworks touch upon and try to explain the connection between physical changes and true emotions on a social level. The works “Trembling”, “0.7% Salt” and “Maiden, All Too Maiden!” tries to reflect upon the social science context which exist behind what seems to be simple and everyday life. In his photographic work “Maiden, All Too Maiden!”, dozens of young girls from different social background brought together as a group all giving a different girlishly-shy expression, giving off a deeply strange sensation, it is designed to enlarge the familiarized surrounding, in a heightened level of expression, these expressions are given new means and interpretations.

In photographic series “ A Time to Dance”, “Hurray” and “ A Time to Rend”, the artist continues to explain how the nerve endings affect man’s receptor system. The heart and the genitals are rays of light penetrating and stretching. In almost a sadistic state, certain desires deep in the physical body and the psychological world are woken, thus giving the ray of light in the darkness a new meaning of violence and desire. The light now becomes evil and blood-thirsty.

Almost every inch of the oil painting “A Beam of Light” is covered in thick and even darkness, a ray of light penetrates the darkness, at the end of the light ray, a small human figure is obliviously adrift. In another photographic series “Things Would Turn Illusive Once They Happened” the main subject matter is also the ray of light that comes from no-where, for mankind, light gave wisdom, but in Jiang Zhi’s works, light brings pain, it is a burn on man’s nerve end.

Therefore it could be said that nerve endings have a heat temperature, this temperature which surpasses its physical form can be felt in Jiang Zhi’s artwork and it will directly effects the audience. No hints of superficial social reflection or history determinism can be found in Jiang Zhi’s art discourse, though it brings with it criticism. In the end it all returns to the individual, the process takes place in a specific context and makes careful consideration on the language of expression. The upcoming Solo Exhibition of Jiang Zhi in Tang Contemporary Art Bangkok will bring forth this temperature which comes from the nerve endings; it is essentially a survey of humanism.

Jiang Zhi was born in 1971. He graduated from Chinese Academy Of Fine Art in 1995. He is regarded now one of the most promising young artist in China. He works and lives with his family in Beijing.

For Public and Media Enquires, please contact the gallery staff at +(662) - 630 1114 Fax: +(662) – 630 3264 or email:,

The Art Center cordially invites you to the educational program of 'That Very Moment'

The Art Center cordially invites you to the educational program of 'That Very Moment'
Artist Talk with Asst. Prof. Surachai Ekphalakorn
Monday July 12, 2010, 1.30-3pm
The talk is in Thai
At The Art Center
7th Floor, Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University

Asst. Prof. Surachai Ekphalakorn is currently teaching at the Department of Visual Arts, Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Chulalongkorn University. His prints come in different forms and techniques. But for "That Very Moment", the artist is showcasing woodcut prints, which are his most developed works. During this talk, he will discuss his concepts and inspirations for his prints that imitate the beauty of brush strokes and look more like paintings.

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

That Very Moment : Woodcut prints by Surachai Ekphalakorn

That Very Moment
Woodcut prints by Surachai Ekphalakorn
At The Art Center, Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University
On display July 1-30, 2010
Opening reception: Thursday July 1, 2010 at 6pm

Assistant Professor Surachai Ekphalakorn has a Bachelor's degree in Art Education from the Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, before earning a Master of Arts in Printmaking from Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan. He has been teaching at the Department of Visual Arts, Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Chulalongkorn University, since 1994.

Surachai’s prints vary in forms and techniques, but his signature, most-developed works are in woodcut prints.

For his latest solo show to be displayed at The Art Center, Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University, his concept is:

‘I like the look and energy that radiates from the brushstrokes.

I feel fulfilled and happy every time I am able to splash “the right stroke” onto a blank space.

I enjoy working with the woodcut process, and being able to carve my abstract brushstrokes as realistic as possible gives me a great sense of satisfaction.

Sometimes adapting the feel and the flow of the Lai Thai into my woodcut allows me to experience such a gentle and delicate yet powerful existence of the art and the self.

I like artworks which can convey the beauty of skills, expressions, and concepts effectively.

Therefore, in my case, I have tried to express my skill in art through the expressiveness of my brushstrokes, the flow of my carving and the precision of my printing skill.

I have tried to convey the expression in my art through the gesture, rhythm, value and colors of the brushstrokes.

I have tried to express the concept in my artwork about what is seen might be different from what really is through the sight of brushstrokes which, at first, might appeared to the viewer as a painting which were created within a few seconds with a few whips of the wrist only, but in fact, is a woodcut which required much longer time from the beginning to the end to create.

For me, making art is a process of learning which gives me such enormous pleasure and fun.

Therefore, I would like to share ‘That’ and ‘This’ Very Moment with you all.’
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

Friday, July 9, 2010

Ganesha by Charoen Marboot

Ganesha by Charoen Marboot
on August 1 - 30, 2010
at Amari Watergate Bangkok

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

"Utilitarianism" by Thavorn Ko-udomvit

ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art will hold the art exhibition:


By Thavorn Ko-udomvit

From July 15th – August 15th 2010 (Opening reception on July 31st : 06.30 PM)

At ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art

“Utilitarianism” is the latest solo exhibition by Thavorn Ko-udomvit. The exhibition presents various kinds of arts from photography to installation art, from video art to interactive art. The exhibition is inspired by the current political turmoil and conflict which result in the separation among people who have different ideas. The colors that were used to separate people into two groups are now reversely interpreted in order to propose the idea of unity and at the same time erase the ego and individuality a certain group has towards their belief. Artistic techniques are applied to create positive yet sarcastic artworks that question, urging opinions and suggesting ideas to help appreciate the worthwhile notions found from both groups.

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)

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

Friday, July 2, 2010

"Relationship of Life" by Patcha Kaewtongtal (add works)

Rose Garden Gallery will hold an art exhibition

"Relationship of Life" by Patcha Kaewtongtal

From July 10 – September 26, 2010 (Opening reception: Saturday July 10 at 06.30 pm)
at Rose Garden Gallery (Nakhon Pathom)

“Relationship of Life”, the latest exhibition by Patcha Kaewtongtal showcases a series of spectacular 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.

For further information, kindly contact ARDEL Gallery at number 08-6890-2762, 08-4772-2887, 0-2422-2092 (Closed on Monday)

Map Information: 0-3432-2544

Body Language (II) by Angkana Kongpetch

Body Language (II)

Artist: Angkana Kongpetch, Thailand
Dates: July 10 – August 21, Opens: Saturday 10th July at 5 pm
Venue: 3D @ Thavibu

Open: Monday – Saturday: 11:00 – 19:00

Thavibu Gallery is pleased to present the two-part art exhibition Body Language I & II with 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.

In the first part, Body Language (I) Pieng-or Pinpart moulds bronze and brass sculptures that visualize the alternating bouts of extreme depression and mania she suffers through her debilitating bipolar 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.

In this second part of the exhibition, Body Language II, Angkana Kongpetch focuses upon the human form to examine Buddhist notions of time and mortality. Looking at the cycle of life from birth to death, Angkana’s delicate wiry skeletal forms explore the transitory nature of existence and how we become disabled by the possessions and relationships we continuously accumulate. Her veinal torsos indicate human frailty as well as the need for accountability in the decisions and actions we take throughout our brief time on this planet. Angkana is currently studying for her MA in Fine Art at Silpakorn University.

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.

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