100 Masks @ People’s gallery (Bangkok art and culture centre) BANGKOK

The idea originated and reflected from the social media we are using daily like Facebook.  Nowadays technology grows so fast. People connect to each other by using their fingertips to browse their smart phones. They create their FB profiles that attract others and use social media as a channel to communicate with friends, to sell … More 100 Masks @ People’s gallery (Bangkok art and culture centre) BANGKOK

The other day @ People’s gallery (Bangkok art and culture centre) BANGKOK

Exhibition by Punyisa Silparassamee and Thanatcha Chairin The development of industrial technology and Western influence came into Thailand’s society. It affected the social structure more complex. The social was invaded by the commercial of capitalism. The cultural material changes to a commercial product. It became to the fast, easy and endless of consumption. These phenomenal, … More The other day @ People’s gallery (Bangkok art and culture centre) BANGKOK

Displaced @ Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre BANGKOK

Curated by Iola Lenzi Jakkai Siributr’s (b.1969) practice explores social contradictions and political frictions in Thailand and Southeast Asia today. Through a combination ofirony and empathy, it trains a critical eye on entrenched customs and power-holders, probing legitimacy. Jakkai’s oeuvre, if often textile-rich,encompasses all media of the contemporary, the artistselecting techniques, images, andvernacular materials which … More Displaced @ Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre BANGKOK

Ryan Gander @ The National Museum of Art OSAKA

Ryan Gander, born in England in 1976, studied art in his homeland and the Netherlands. In addition to holding solo shows all over the world beginning in the early 2000s, he has participated in many eminent exhibitions such as documenta. Using art works and objects from daily life as his materials, Gander produces objects, installations, … More Ryan Gander @ The National Museum of Art OSAKA

Duality @ Sumiyoshibashi gallery OSAKA

The title of the exhibition “Duality” means二重性in Japanese. Tomoyuki Ueno makes flowers of the cutting pattern of butterflies. Eva Mitala creates new architectural pattern through the shifted dots printing on the dots pattern by silkscreen. Dimitrios Antonitsis tries to turn our negative emotion into something beautiful with beauty by connecting fossil and pearl and also … More Duality @ Sumiyoshibashi gallery OSAKA