Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Airport by Yin Zhaoyu

Tang Contemporary Art – Bangkok

Yin Zhaoyu 2010 Bangkok Solo Exhibition

Time: 4th Nov 2010 – 4th Dec 2010

Address: Tang Contemporary Art, Basement 28, Silom Galleria, 919/1 Silom Road (soi 19), Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Opening Ceremony: 4th Nov 2010 (THURS) 18:00 – 20:00

Tang Contemporary Art (Bangkok) is pleased to announce the exhibition, titled “Airport”, of Yin Zhaoyu will be held from 4th Nov 2010 to 4th Dec 2010.

Basic Infomation
Depicted in the natural landscape and portrait, the landscape paintings fused of the real images, colors alternating lights and shadows. This is also the most poetic depiction for the nature of human creation. Joseph Marroad William Turner(1775-1851), which was the most influential British landscape painter, with its skill, exquisite techniques to give the natural landscape emotional expressions, especially in light, air and moisture. The expressions bring into the work the subtle changes of nature.

In the field of contemporary art in China, Yin Zhaoyu is known for his style of landscape painting. Throughout the development process of paintings of Yin Zhaoyu, we can identify the techniques and it's depicted objects, Yin shows the unique ethos, that is, the color shifts from the natural state into the comprehensive mind of a personal perspective. The ample of exaggerated colors, actively changing and morphing within onto the other, these colors are the reflection of the emotions and ideas from the artist.

This time, the artist selects the airport as his main object of creations. In those vast and open artificial landscapes, the color that the artist used changes as if giving a spirit to the airport transforming it into an object of expression. In the images and the environment, we have always had a vague feeling of volatility and saw the ups and downs, the audience was also brush driven by the traction under the color of the artist, which leads to a direct association of the work's creative concept. Because of this connection with the viewer, the artist is able to establish attributes as an emotional landscape.

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

Friday, October 22, 2010




13 November 2010
Show Time 9PM
@ Nospace Gallery


Artist Profile:
Originally from western Wisconsin, but now living in Bangkok, Justin released his first album in April, 2010.

Drawing inspiration from the likes of Ben Harper, Joe Purdy, Alexi Murdoch, Jack Johnson, Waylon Jennings and David Ruffin, Justin possesses a raw emotion in his vocals that reveals a soul laden with pain but redeemed by music.

While the topics of love, faith and death are not new, Justin’s approach is signature in that his voice offers you every emotion he experienced in his writing process.

"(Justin's) voice starts, and always returns, to where you’d traditionally think it belongs: at a mellow, soothing pitch. But as the lyrics become more meaningful and guitar strokes more purposeful, his voice booms for a few unexpected moments. The raw emotional output speaks to his passion for music, of which he has plenty to go round." - Trevor Kupfer, Volume One (USA)

Artist Links:

Nospace Gallery

21/108 Block D, Royal City Avenue (RCA)

Bangkok Thailand 10320

084-1341184, 02-6414040

Universal by ZOR: Alicja Łukasiak & Grzegorz Drzod

Universal by ZOR: Alicja Łukasiak & Grzegorz Drzod

Supported by
The Capital City of Warsaw (Poland)
Adam Mickiewicz Institute (Poland)

December 16, 2010, 7PM – 10PM @ Nospace Gallery

ZOR: Alicja Łukasiak & Grzegorz Drzod

Changing of Traffic Movement (ZOR) is not the type of gallery which the traditional art environment has accustomed us to. Neither is it an institution which reacts to artistic and political disputes and trends. It is not just a space and it is not managed by art councilors. Its form and shape is determined on the artists, critics and curators as well as people of various professions who enjoy art out of their own free will and who participate in the activities of ZOR in order to make changes.

ZOR was established by two people: Alicja Łukasiak and Grzegorz Drzod.

Taking into account the fact that both Her and Him are artists, it can be said that by opening up to group activities they want to directly influence the potential of the environment in which they happen to appear.This is therefore, an attempt to create an active space, an area which is conducive to creating art on all planes.

Since mid 2003 ZOR has been operating at Smolna Street in Warsaw. Apart from holding regular weekly presentations on 13 December that year ZOR initiated the Marshal Low Project which was a group demonstration against censorship in art. In the spring of 2004, as the guest of Laboratory Contemporary Art Center in Warsaw, ZOR was presented a mini festival of new generation of artist. All the projects, including the weekly as well the larger ones, are organised in compliance with the ''changed formula'' principle. Although the ZOR artists seem to stimulate each other they work on their own projects and invite others to cooperate with them.

Universal by ZOR: Alicja Łukasiak & Grzegorz Drzod

“Grzegorz Drozd's artistic strategy is characteristic for juxtapositions of remote worlds, playing with conventions and producing situations too complex too describe. The project Universal features the use of art as a tool that the artist manipulates in order to unveil a new dimension of reality behind various tensions and contrasts. Following the chain of events, we finally get to the moment of the confrontation of avant-garde artists with everyday life of the Dudziarska housing estate inhabitants. The multi-layered story behind it makes us explore further, even more involving levels of the event occuring on the outskirts of Warsaw. Somewhere between an incineration plant and a railway track, 'in Poland, that is nowhere'. The act of repetition of simple geometrical forms on the walls of small blocks of flats with broken glass window panes may be perceived as a perverse test of avant-garde. Mondrians and Malewiczs, on one hand, dominate concrete surfaces; on the other hand, seem completely defenceless. Deprived of the history of European painting, museums with their musty atmosphere, the murals sting the eyes of the viewers like naked, tragicomic giants left at the mercy of local people and their comments. Thus, I ask myself the question, what is the point of reproducing colour and solid figure sequences from the beginning of the 20th century? What is the sense of repainting these large-scale compositions if no one will appreciate them in any sense? What is the point of exposing high art to risky confrontations and ridicule?” (Excerpt from the text Rudowęglowiec Ibuprom by Piotr Sikora, 2010).

The 1917 Revolution rejected everything that had the bourgeois flavour, or could be associated with the need to create a new art for a new society. The success of Revolution resulted in the victory of constructivism which aimed at the organization of man's life with the use of simple and functional forms. From that time on art values most what is functional, simple and rationalism-based. “The painting which used to be an icon to a bourgeois has died. The artist changed from a reproducer to a designer of the new world of objects.”

1918, the Netherlands. A couple of artists, members of a newly established group, announced a manifesto starting with words: “There is old and new awareness of time. The old one aims at the individual, while the new one at the universal. Their goal was to attain pure abstraction, i.e. total rejection of sensual reception of reality. Freedom from the limitations of individualism and randomness became the way to reach the absolute truth. Piet Mondrian wrote: “If modern people have not attained the ultimate goal, i.e. order and harmony, it means that the reason for it is man's individualism and uncontrollable subjectivism that introduces anxiety and tragedy in human existence.”

1993, Warsaw. Local self-governments came to an agreement in the matter of the construction of a housing estate at Dudziarska Street designed for socially unadapted families. In order not to establish a ghetto, the town hall came up with the idea to settle 30 percent of policemen families over there. The plan yet did not come out, and in 1995 the housing estate was settled by social misfits. In newly built flats there was no access to hot water or central heating. The blocks of flats constituted the only infrastructure. Three four-storey buildings with 216 flats altogether, were located near the incineration plant, in the close neighbourhood of numerous railway tracks cutting off effectively the Dudziarska inhabitants from the city, in the area surrounded by electricity pylons.

The nearest population is the prison for women surrounded by a high wall with barbed wire. The inhabitants of the new housing estate, detached from social relations and made to cover the distance of about 2.5 km to get to the nearest buildings, keep choosing the short-cut way across the railway tracks, which often ends up in a tragedy.

In 2010 ZOR begins work at the Dudziarska housing estate. His objective is to make the recipients think over and discuss the question of social exclusion. The artists believes that through art he will be able to focus the society's attention on the problem of the Dudziarska housing estate community. At the same time, he tries to analyse the ideas of modernism and contemporary visions of the construction of social order.

Thanks to the financial support of the Capital City of Warsaw, Adam Mickiewicz Institute.

Nospace Gallery

21/108 Block D, Royal City Avenue (RCA)

Bangkok Thailand 10320

084-1341184, 02-6414040

Monday, October 18, 2010

Collaboration D

“Nospace for artists, artists need Tiger.”
Nospace Gallery & Chat Room RCA presents
Collaboration D

The “Collaboration D” is an Art & Music Event by the collaboration of Nospace Gallery and Chat Room RCA, supported by Tiger Beer.

The event takes place at two spaces in Block D, RCA at the same time.

One ticket can enter both Nospace and Chat Room activities, have fun walking through building D, and enjoy Free Tiger Beer for Happy Hours.

Featured Performance:
Wall Painting by LIMO (linemove) & BNS
Instrumental Music by Abstraction XL
Noise Experiment by Richard Neave
Experimental Music by Jin Matutamtada
And ‘Shoegazing’ by Swirling Light

Saturday 23 October 2010, 9PM-1AM
@ Nospace Gallery & Chat Room RCA, Block D
Ticket Fee 150B (one ticket for two spaces)


Nospace Gallery

21/108 Block D, Royal City Avenue (RCA)

Bangkok Thailand 10320

084-1341184, 02-6414040

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Rhythm of Structure by Thanwin Kamyeam

Rhythm of Structure by Thanwin Kamyeam
25-27 November 2010
Opening Night: Thursday 25 November 2010, 7-10PM

@ Nospace Gallery (Opening Hours: 6PM – 1AM)

“Humans use the understanding towards structure to perceive the characteristics of forms or objects around them. I created abstract sculptures that express a relationship between structures and planes. I hope that this created relationship can demonstrate structural transformation developing from inside to outside. In order to do so, I used the axis of structure to designate the directions of planes and forms.” - Thanwin Kamyeam

Nospace Gallery

21/108 Block D, Royal City Avenue (RCA)

Bangkok Thailand 10320

084-1341184, 02-6414040

SYMBOL OF BUDDHA’S FAITH By Arnan Ratchawang-Inn

Galerie N is pleased to invite you to visit our new exhibition

SYMBOL OF BUDDHA’S FAITH By Arnan Ratchawang-Inn
October 14 – November 14, 2010
Opening Reception is on Thursday 14, 7 pm. @ Galerie N , Wireless Road

“ Symbol of Buddha’s Faith” is the latest solo exhibition by Arnan Ratchawang-Inn. After a four-year hiatus, he is excited about displaying his new works. The artist has created a form of Traditional Thai contemporary art which
symbolically portrays faith, peace, purity and light based on Buddhism. The artist received 1st Prize, Gold Medal in the Semi Tradition Art Section, at the 23rd Bua Luang Art Exhibition and participated in the Thai Contemporary Art Exhibition in 2009 at Moulin des Acacias, France.

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

Galerie N
139/5 Withayu Road Lumpinee Pathumwan Bangkok 10330
T +66 (0) 86 601 7111
+66 (0) 2 654 0522
F +66 (0) 2 251 5098
Open Hours: Tuesday - Sunday
10 am - 7 pm

Monday, October 11, 2010

Heaven Lust by Thanet Awsinsiri

100 Tonson Gallery presents Thanet Awsinsiri with the latest exhibition “Heaven Lust” under the core concept of admiration and appreciation of female figures. He believes that human body is the center of livelihood and part of human’s mind. This belief is different from the social cultivation which notifies body as mother of bad lust. Thanet invites us to see in the several points of views by being open-minded. He paints naked-female in the sense of praise and it leads to another new experience of aesthetics.

8 pieces of acrylic on canvas will show at 100 Tonson Gallery during November 4th – December 12, 2010.

And the opening reception will be on Thursday November 4th. 2010 at 7 pm.

For more information, please contact 100 Tonson Gallery at or +66 2684 1527

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

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

W x L x H Mes Petits Monsters by Tossapol Khemawatthanakul

W x L x H Mes Petits Monsters
by Tossapol Khemawatthanakul
Koi Art Gallery Bangkok
8-31 October 2010

“W x L x H Mes Petits Monsters” features the acrylic paintings of Tossapol Khemawatthanakul, a talented free-spirit artist from Silpakorn University.

The artist takes you on a journey to his imaginary world and introduces you to his friends, cute, little monsters Tossapol created that are be friendly, innocent and without any prejudice. The paintings are an escapade from the real world where everyone must live in limited space and follow social norms, rules, boundaries and disciplines that influence thinking and obstruct free will and independence. In “W x L x H Mes Petits Monsters” Tossapol fulfilled his dream and freed his mind. He captured enough space to be independent and to live a happy life with his imagination.
Visit this unique world and meet Tossapol’s cute little creatures in “W x L x H Mes Petits Monsters” October 8-31, 2010 (10.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.) at Koi Art Gallery, 43/12 Sukhumvit 31 Road (Soi Sawasdee), Bangkok
Tel. 02 662 3218.

Koi Art Gallery Bangkok
43/12 soi Sukhumvit 31 Sawaddee
Klongton North, Wattana
Bangkok 10110 THAILAND

P +66 (0) 2662.3218 F +66 (0) 2662.3219

Monday, October 4, 2010

Young Dream“ by Suriya Namwong&Dendpong Wongsaroj

Young Dream“ by Suriya Namwong&Dendpong Wongsaroj
7- 30 October 2010
at Number1 Gallery

"...Time lapse every day. Day after day, 70 year of everyone are used together. Sometimes aware. Sometimes unconsciously, but all feel Hidden stored in memory. When i reminded the good times ever touch. I saw the thing around all over me come and go quickly . Life expectancy in all body cells die every day. But one thing engraved on to us is a memory. when memory becomes work. It is the only thing that represented the beauty of precious lives. This is above the identity above time..." Suriya Namwong

"......outstanding work as a form of continuity from the previous set. Reflect the story that happens all around. Symbols on the painting. Especially trowel to help reflect the reality or some ideas on shape of objects hidden in the picture...." Denpong Wongsaroj

Number1 Gallery proudly to presents art exhibition “ Young Dream “ by Suriya Namwong & Dendpong Wongsaroj on Thursday, 7 October 2010, 18.00 at Number1 Gallery, Floor B1, Silom Galleria Building.

The exhibition will be held from 7 – 30 October 2010. Gallery opening hours: Mondays-Saturdays 10.00-19.00

For more information, please contact Khun Korakot Sridee
Tel: 083 445 8333, 02-630-3381

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.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

“Aqua, Blossom & Somebody” by Baan Lae Suan 2010

ARDEL Gallery or Modern Art in collaboration with Baan Lae Suan magazine will hold the art exhibition:

“Aqua, Blossom & Somebody” by Baan Lae Suan 2010

Curated by Thavorn Ko-udomvit

from October 30 – November 7, 2010 (Opening reception: October 30 at 6.30 PM)

at Baan Lae Suan Fair 2010, Impact Challenger, Muang Thong Thani

“Aqua, Blossom & Somebody” is an exhibition which originally was inspired by water, the origin of all creatures that sustains human’s life and helps lead their mind to the aesthetic. The aesthetic is simply the beauty of all flowers that makes the world lively. Viewers will be introduced to the diverse ideas and techniques which are applied to painting, printmaking and photographic art. The artists transmit their impression of the value and beauty of water and flowers as well as portray the search for inspiration to express the identity of the person/object appears in their imagination under the illusive and complicated context of the society.

The exhibition is separated into two parts. The first part is the area where more than 60 paintings and printmaking are exhibited. These artworks are created by 17 artists: Pishnu Supanimit, Yanawit Kunchaethong, Sompop Budtarad, Rearngsak Boonyavanishkul, Knakorn Kachacheewa, Chairat Sangthong, Boonmee Sangkhum, Chutchawan Wannapo, Patcha Kaewtongtal, Kuntalee Tantittavewat, Thosapol Boriboon, Kiatanan Iamchan, Amarin Buppasiri, Pachcharapong Meesilp, Nuratna Hawae, Tetsuya Noda, Kansuke Morioka

The second part presents photography exhibition by 7 photographers namely Thavorn Ko-udomvit, Amrit Chusuwan, Anuchai Secharunputong, Alongkorn Sripasert, Nopadon Chotasiri, Charit Pusiri, Waranun Chutchawantipakorn. All the works will be displayed on 7 forty inches TV screens.

The fair will be opened from 9.30 - 21.00 hour. For further information, kindly contact ARDEL Gallery (Headquarters) at: 02-422-2092, 084-772-2887, 086-890-2762 Fax: 02-422-2091

Office Hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 10:30~19:00 hrs., Sunday: 10:30~17:30 hrs. (Except on Monday)

Friday, October 1, 2010

Beauty in Change by Ekachai Luadsoongnern

Beauty in Change
Artist: Ekachai Luadsoongnern
Date: October 14, 2010 - November 14, 2010
Gallery: DOB Hualamphong Gallery

The Sakura likely the symbol of Japan beautifully blossoms in the Spring. Ekachai Luadsoongnern captures the moments and portrays them through his recent series of paintings and drawings in an exhibition entitled Beauty in Change. With his swift yet wavering brushstrokes, the artist, known both nationally and internationally, has successfully transmitted feelings and beauty that even though altered through time, is worth to witness.

DOB Hualamphong Gallery

DOB Building 4F, 318 rama4 Rd.,
Mahapreutharam, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Tel. 0-2237-5592-4, 08-5482-3566
Open: Tuesday - Saturday 10.30 – 19.00 hrs.
Sunday 09.30 - 17.30 hrs. (Except on Monday)
Website :

Contemplation – Improvisation by Thongchai Yukantapornpong and Kitikong Tilokwattanotai

Contemplation – Improvisation
Artist: Thongchai Yukantapornpong and Kitikong Tilokwattanotai
Date: November 18, 2010 - December 26, 2010
Gallery: ARDEL's Third Place Gallery

The exhibition Contemplation – Improvisation presents abstract prinmaking by two artists from Chiang Mai; Thongchai Yukantapornpong and Kitikong Tilokwattanotai. Although each artist has different approach and technique to apply to their artworks, they both searching for a new and unique method in order to create these spectacular works. The new woodcut technique and intaglio works show ideas, motives and the contemplating mind of the artists. The flat plates that are left with scratching marks recorded the improvisation that transmits feelings and emotions. Even though the two printmaking techniques project two conflict characters, the difference are silently spoken through the language of printmaking in which also interestingly brought the fresh notions to this type of fine art.

ARDEL's Third Place Gallery

Address: Sukhumvit55, Thonglor Soi 10, Bangkok.
Telephone: 0-2422-2092, 08-4772-2887
Open: every day from 10.30 – 20.00
(closed on Monday)

Breath of Creation by Pratuang Emjaroen

Breath of Creation
Artist: Pratuang Emjaroen
Date: October 19, 2010 - November 21, 2010
Gallery: ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art

“Breath of Creation” is the latest exhibition presenting fine artworks by the legendary Thai artist Pratuang Emjaroen. Each painting illustrates the great power of nature; tidal waves, the bright sun and the movement of the weightless substance like air that immensely reflect the artist’s emotions. The accurate and sharp brush strokes and the bright color tell the story, the spirit of the artist that every single breath truly dedicated to the creation of art.

ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art

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

Another Journey by Theerawat Maysasitthivit and Parichat Jirasakwittaya

Another Journey

Artists: Theerawat Maysasitthivit and Parichat Jirasakwittaya

Curator: Narongsak Nilkhet

5 – 27 November 2010

Opening reception on Friday 5 November 2010: 6.00 PM

Venue: creative house inspired BANGKOK by TOYOTA.

Interchange Building, L floor, Asoke junction, Bangkok

Project Title : “Another Journey” is a group exhibition by young blood artists : Theerawat Maysasitthivit and Parichat Jirasakwittaya. The works of both artists interpret the meaning of “Journey” through interactive Installation and Video Installation art form. Another Journey will be held at creative House BANGKOK inspired by Toyota is a non-profit space for anyone to express their creativity.

“Journey” a simple word that describes a movement from A to B. A surface of journey may be looked as though a direction from a starting point to an aimed destination. But a journey does not consist of only 2 points, it is involved a hidden interaction surrounding by many different elements which are a crucial part of molding experiences.

“Another Journey” is another journey. This journey brings another experience. This experience may be a new process of getting to know something for someone, at the same time it may be a repetitive feeling or action for someone. Either case, these are another journey that at least is a self-discovering.

Theerawat Maysasitthivit a young blood interactive installation artist presents his own experience of changing an everyday life environment through a new space. An environmental change causes emotional changes which make human adapting to suit in. This offers an interaction between compromises and conflicts besides an observation of the emotions, personal struggle, and the path breaking events of a contemporary society.

Whilst a performing artist who creates her debut site-specific performance art, Parichat Jirasakwittaya reflects the perspective of social online networking, especially facebook phenomenon by criticizing a journey of identities and messages from finger tips on keyboards that travel into the virtual reality and comparing it to an action of transmitting them in reality.

Because life is a journey, May you have a pleasant journey. Bon Voyage!!

For further information, kindly contact creative house BANGKOK inspired by TOYOTA: 02-611-2798-9 or 081 582 5551 (Bik), 089 915 9150 (Zom)

Open hour : 11 am – 8 pm (Closed on Sunday)