Colourstruck

Colourstruck

Colourstruck A Journey Through Early Thai Abstract Art See Price list In the 1960s and 70s, Thailand witnessed a surge in abstract art. Paintings from this era showcased a newfound focus on visual elements. Geometric shapes, flattened perspectives, and a vibrant...

Still Alive

Still Alive by Liliane Zumkemi Curatorial Statement Hair Comb, a fish’s whimsical claim,Thoughts of my lady, beauty’s flameAfter shampooing, her hair sways,Soft and fragrant in the light of day.* The aforementioned composition stands as the oldest historical...
Is One Thing Better Than Another

Is One Thing Better Than Another

Is One Thing Better Than Another Solo exhibition by Zach Zono View Catalogue View Price List Executed during a one-month residency in Bangkok, Thailand, this exhibition encapsulates Zono’s immersive experience in the vibrant city. By day, he roamed the streets...
80 Years Kamol Tassananchalee

80 Years Kamol Tassananchalee

80 Years Kamol Tassananchalee Retrospective In 1975, in the state of California, USA, Kamol Tassananchalee began creating artworks that no artist in the world had ever done before. He used the natural landscapes of the Mojave Desert as if they were canvases, arranging...
KHWAM WANG?

KHWAM WANG?

KHWAM WANG? Where has the hope gone? The Ratchaburi Pottery Factory is a place charged of meanings and full of beauty. I believed that any intervention within it shouldn’t fail to take into account its essence. The factory is the first place I went when I arrived to...
Imperfect Perusal

Imperfect Perusal

Imperfect Perusal Through the lens of Assemblage and Collage My practice engages spatially and temporally with ideas of site, and explores relationships between cultural and natural spaces through the lens of Assemblage and Collage. During my time in Thailand, I have...