Friday, August 20, 2010

The Form of the Formless by Teerapon Hosanga

The Form of the Formless
by Teerapon Hosanga
19 Aug – 29 Sep 2010
at WTF cefe & gallery

Shadowing the laws of physics and mathematics in creating complex structures, Teerapon Hosanga uses sculpture as a medium to conceptualize growth and flux and the intangible essence of nature.

The complex forms created by repetitive connections among different rigid materials like aluminium, wood, rock and brass tubes do not literally represent the process of growth, even if they often seem to aspire to familiar organic forms, but rather symbolize them. Some works conceptualize the artist’s perception of the dynamic movement that occurs in the creation of nature, whereas others embody his curiosity about how the laws of physics affect the process of making things. While they often symbolize abstract phenomena – lightning, gravity, the growth process – they are at the same time powerful physical objects in their own right. In thrusting into space as though forever on the point of resolving themselves into regular patterns but forever folding in on themselves or remaining as it were incomplete, provisional, deferred, they draw on both the sculptural theories of the 20th Century and the architectural thinking of the 21st.

The Form of the Formless insists on a bold understanding of the power of sculpture to document the passage of time, the changes to our environment, the way events build on events to shape people’s lives — in other words, to tell afresh the story of how we came to be.

WTF gallery is on two (2nd and 3rd ) floors of a typical Bangkok shop-house located on a small alley minutes from the buzziest area of the capital. Our aim is to bring great art to the people of Bangkok; to make it accessible, uplifting and transformative. Seeing art should be as easy as a night out on the town

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

“The Wonders of Color and Beauty” by PONGSIRI KIDDEE

“The Wonders of Color and Beauty” by PONGSIRI KIDDEE

Event Date: 21 August – 15 September 2010

Venue: Surapon Gallery
1st Fl. TISCO Tower
48/3 North Sathorn Road
Opposite the Alliance Francaise
Bangkok 10500
Tel. 02-638-0033-4

Opening Hours: Tue – Sat 11 am – 6 pm

Admission: Free of Charge

Contact person: Mr.Surapon Bunyapamai

Event Description:
Award-winning silkscreen specialist, Pongsiri Kiddee, will feature his latest creation of 40 works of silkscreen on canvas and on paper at this exhibition. Pongsiri’s newest silkscreens are inspired by his appreciation of the
beautiful architecture of Sukhothai Heritage Temples, which are the product of
ingenuity by people from that period as well as the natural and gradual aging through time. In the artist’s opinion, they are more invaluable than materialism of the modern day.

Pongsiri uses uncountable tiny geometrical forms of squares, rectangles, and circles to compose with various colors to create a work of harmony and uniqueness. Each finished work is a result of 20 – 30 layers of these elements and colors meticulously and neatly applied on the medium of paper or canvas to create warm, cheerful and colorful images in his works.

Friday, August 13, 2010


Nospace Gallery presents


No no no is yes: the collaboration of street art, vdo interactive, retro pop, 8-bit, experimental music performance and beer!!!

This Saturday 21st August 2010, 8PM – 1AM @ Nospace Gallery, RCA

VDO Link Projection and Installation
by Jeff Gomertz (NYC Media Artist)

Connect to Chat Room, RCA block D

5 Meters Live Spray by VINNI KINIKI (UK Street Artist)

Art Exhibition (inside)

Who killed top of the pops by James Johnson-Perkins (UK)
5-22 August 2010

(VDO/ Installation; Retro Pop Arts with 8-Bit Music)

Live Music Performance:
Neuter Lover (Trip-Hop/ Shoegaze)
Sista Apsara (Trip-Hop/ Dub)
Tomix (Electronics/ Experimental)

No No No is Yes (Art and Music Event by Nospace)
Saturday 21st August 2010
@ Nospace Gallery, RCA
Door Ticket 150B

Door Open: 8PM
Show Time: 9PM-1AM
Happy Hours: 8-10PM
Lucky Draw: 12PM
Silent Auction: 1AM

Happy Hours:
Get free Tiger beer from 8PM to 10PM

Lucky Draw:
Everyone who buys the ticket before 12PM has a chance to win the special prizes from Nospace Gallery (included Nospace limited edition T-shirt, designed by Nospace artists 2010 and many mores)

Silent Auction:
Join the auction for Vinni Kiniki’s artwork by SMS to 0841341184, the auction will close at 1AM, no reserved!!!
Nospace Gallery
21/108 Block D, Royal City Avenue (RCA)
Bangkok Thailand 10320
084-1341184, 02-6414040

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

ArtGorillas ArtGallery is pleased to present "OUTLINE"


A Group Exhibition by Chayanin Kwangkaew, Kiattisak Rungrattanapattana, Komson Phetsit, Narakorn Singkhun, Phuraphol Sotaiyin, Tachan Chai-o-sod and Touchpong Pisuttiwong

Today – 27 August 2010

Opening reception: Friday, July 30, 6pm onwards at the gallery.

ArtGorillas ArtGallery is pleased to present "OUTLINE", a group art show featuring a collaborative mural & paper sculptures by 7 students from Faculty of Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University.

This showcase, which inspired by the artists' take on half way through the year of tiger, is filled with bold and bright colors on a symbolic and metaphysical level of contemporary issues.

Exhibition will run from today - 27August 2010.
For more information, please contact the gallery.

ArtGorillas ArtGallery
260 2nd flr. Lido Multiplex Buidling Siam Square Soi 3
Rama 1 rd. Pathumwan Bangkok 10330

Tel/Fax: +66 2 658 3975
E-mail :
Web :

Gallery hours:
Mon.-Fri. 10.00-20.00
Sat.-Sun 12.00-20.00
Or by appointment. Closed on major holidays.

ArtGorillas ArtGallery

Gallery Hours:
Mon.-Fri: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Sat. & Sun: 12 - 8 p.m.
or by appointment. Closed on major holidays.
Location:2nd Floor, Lido Multiplex Building, Siam Square between Soi 2 and 3, Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok, THAILAND
Tel/Fax: +66 2 658 3975
Read more:

"20years 20Artists" by Akko Art Gallery

Special Event Art Exhibition by Akko Art Gallery

"20years 20Artists"

Has been extended until the 3rd of September 2010 at the BACC.

Please drop by to see this great exhibition.

The museum is open 10:00-21:00 daily except Mondays.

(66)02 259 1436

Monday, August 9, 2010

Multimedia – Multivisions

ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art will hold the art exhibition:

"Multimedia – Multivisions"

Young Contemporary Artists (Thaweesak Srithongdee, Bundith Phunsombatlert, Witaya Junma, Wacharawut Punlawan)

curated by Somporn Rodboon

From August 17 – September 26, 2010

At ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art

The art exhibition “Multimedia – Multivisions” showcases the creation of 4 young contemporary artists whose works emphasizes on media, technique and their technological process in order to present the ideas, attitudes, and imaginations as well as feelings. Each artist shows individual uniqueness that result in the diverse concepts, objectives and stories. Most of the artworks simultaneously portray “Time” in its literal and metaphorical sense whereas the other artworks let the audience interact and play a part of it.

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:

Friday, August 6, 2010

See Saw Seen III by 16 artists

Artist: 16 artists
Date: August 26, 2010 - September 26, 2010
Gallery: DOB Hualamphong Gallery

One of the most renowned photography exhibitions in Thailand is back again. This time with the total number of 16 photographers, both from the first and second See Saw Seen and 5 inviting photographers whose career and artworks have been known in the international photographic society and in many competitions. With the Sony NEX series high quality, you will experience the artworks that stand out with its excellence and the thorough ideas behind each work.

: Kanachai Bencharongkul, Nopadon Chotasiri, Amrit Chusuwan, Arnon Hoontrakul, Thavorn Ko-udomvit, Nitikorn Kraivixien, Anak Navaraj, Steven Pettifor, Ohm Phanphiroj, Charit Pusiri, Dominic Rouse, Suporn Shoosongdej, Alongkorn Sriprasert, Kanok Suriyasat, Ralf Tooten, Dow Wasiksiri

From Me...To You by Adiwit Ansathammarat

From Me…To You
By Adiwit Ansathammarat

At The Art Center, Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University
On display August 6 – September 4, 2010
Opening reception: Friday August 6, 2010, 5.30-8pm

Artists draw inspiration from what they see and experience. Most people might record their life stories in a diary so that they can read these tales by themselves later. But for Adiwit Ansathammarat, simple stories that he sees every day are often transformed into shapes and colors and shared with the audience as artworks.

Adiwit creates both two- and three-dimensional works, using diverse materials. But no matter what technique he employs, what all his works have in common is a sense of repetition, which is a result from the inspiration found in everyday living. His ‘stories’ might appear simple and insignificant, but they bear great value and meaning for Adiwit while also being identifiable for most people. These are the things ‘the artist’ has taken in to create his art and then send out to ‘the viewer’ to see, encouraging them to appreciate all the little, seemingly unimportant details in their lives again.

“From Me…To You” is Adiwit’s 5th solo show. It features 50 works in painting, sculpture and mixed media.

Artist’s Statement
The exhibition ‘From me…To you’ is like a story from many stories I have recorded and linked together. Different messages are translated into different artworks of different mediums. They all have their own meanings.

My art practice is like documentation. It tells my experience, from learning, meeting people, travelling to different places or even frequently using certain things in life. I’ve been inspired by simple shapes and colors. The shapes and colors in my works all come from what I see every day. They’re part of my everyday life.

This exhibition consists of paintings of different techniques and sizes: drawings, stickers, mixed media; as well as sculptures made of various materials.

About the Artist
Adiwit Ansathammarat is 30 years old. After earning his Bachelor’s degree from the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Chulalongkorn University, he furthered his studies at the School of the Art Institute Chicago, USA, where he earned a post-baccalaureate degree and an MFA from the Department of Drawing and Painting. Today, in addition to making his art, he is also a special lecturer at Chulalongkorn and Dhurakij Pundit universities.

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

The Art Center
7th Fl, Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University
Phyathai Rd, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330

Tel: 0-2218-2965
Facebook: The Art Center - Chula
Monday-Friday 9am-7pm, Saturday 9am-4pm
Closed on Sunday & Public Holidays