Exhibition Schedule

September 2022

03

Saturday

September 2022

17

Saturday

🏛 NUMBER 1 GALLERY

Manifest Destiny

Arnont Lertpullpol

“Manifest Destiny”, a solo show presented in partnership with Number 1 Gallery, features a collection of oil paintings by Arnont Lertpullpol. The depictions of masses of destitute people or unkempt troops with monster features and blank eyes fighting to survive are masterpieces that catch unique attention.

August 2022 19 Tuesday
September 2022 25 Sunday

August 2022

19

Tuesday

September 2022

25

Sunday

🏛 OVER THE INFLUENCE

Close My Eyes

Mark Whalen

Close My Eyes, a solo exhibition of new paintings, sculptures, and wall works by LA-based artist Mark Whalen, is on view at Over the Influence in Bangkok. The artist’s well-known graphic sculptures — human-like heads and hands that are frequently juxtaposed with everyday things to investigate the uncanny relationships between object and person. Close My Eyes is his third exhibition at the gallery and his first in Southeast Asia.

August 2022 19 Tuesday
September 2022 25 Sunday

August 2022

06

Saturday

September 2022

17

Saturday

🏛 La Lanta Fine Art

YOUNG PROGRAM 2022

Auscharaporn Klamkluan & Patcharisa Suwannarat

In the gallery’s Young Program 2022, La Lanta Fine Art is thrilled to showcase two new talents in Thai contemporary art.

The Young Program strives to find and give a platform for fresh talents to share their ideas and artistic practices with a larger audience. This year’s program includes work by two young female artists, each of whom distinguishes herself via the use of unconventional art material.

August 2022 06 Saturday
September 2022 17 Saturday

July 2022

22

Friday

August 2022

28

Sunday

🏛 RCB Galleria

Story of My Mind

Puntita Meeboonsabai

The exhibition Story of My Mind tells the story of a girl in a red cloak who journeys into Tarot’s Major Arcana Cards, which are the first 22 cards in most tarot decks. Plus, this show may be interpreted as a vast journal in which the artist expresses her inner sentiments such as happiness, grief, disappointment, and satisfaction via the character of a little girl in a red cloak, a representation of the artist herself.

July 2022 22 Friday
August 2022 28 Sunday

August 2022

06

Saturday

September 2022

04

Sunday

🏛 TRENDY GALLERY

Solo Exhibition: NOPPAWONG RAMA

Noppawong Baothooong

Everyone is cordially welcomed to take in the “Noppawong Rama” exhibition, which uses the cinema projection notion as its central premise to offer works that differ in their substance and expression methods yet are displayed together. It’s similar to going to a standalone theater to watch a movie, and the film being shown this time is a “Thai movie.”

August 2022 6 Saturday
September 2022 4 Sunday

July 2022

20

Wednesday

August 2022

21

Sunday

🏛 RCB Galleria 

Misremembered but not Forgotten

Trey Hurst

In “Misremembered but not Forgotten,” the artist expresses his own warped recollections of his native Southern Louisiana using spectral shapes and flowing patterns. He investigates how we gradually become estranged from “home” and the manner in which we construct our own sense of separate identity under the overarching topic of “Remembering.” He poses the issue, “Can I explain my past using the very different language of my present?” through the use of “Architectonic” painting. A sequence of ink drawings serves as the artist’s emotional symbolism to convey the tale of the former self. The motifs in these rich ink paintings are drawn from the people and places of Louisianan upbringing.

July 2022 20 Wednesday
August 2022 21 Sunday

July 2022

16

Saturday

August 2022

14

Sunday

🏛 TRENDY GALLERY

LOOK AT FIRST SIGHT

Silawit Poolsawat

Silawit has dedicated his creative talents and boundless imagination to producing more than 20 paintings for this most recent solo show, titled “Look at First Sight,” for the enjoyment of everybody. This body of work is replete with the Asian women’s beauty that he finds alluring. While they both exude warmth, sweetness, and gentleness, their eyes and faces also convey power, decisiveness, tranquility, and coldness.

July 2022 16 Saturday
August 2022 14 Sunday

May 2022

19

Thursday

September 2022

11

Sunday

🏛 Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC)

CROSSOVER II: The Nature of Relationships

In collaboration with Thai Art Collector Association (TACA)

CROSSOVER II: The Nature of Relationships is curated and presented artworks in the art collection of organisations and private collections that connect with an environmental issue, urban, challenging situations, impression in various angles during different periods of Thai history. With more than 70 works, the exhibition categorised these visual phenomena into six distinct groups: Scenery, Site of Beliefs, A Part of Mind, Surrealism, The Nature in Abstraction, and Social Criticism.

May 2022 19 Thursday
Sep 2022 11 Sunday

May 2022

17

Tuesday

September 2022

11

Sunday

🏛 Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC)

TAWEE RATCHANEEKORN, 1960 – 2022 : A Retrospective Exhibition

TAWEE RATCHANEEKORN

Featuring over 60 paintings, sculptures, and mixed media works, the retrospective exhibition showcases the life’s work of Tawee Ratchaneekorn, Thailand’s 2005 National Artist in Visual Arts (painting). At the age of 88, Tawee continues to capture contemporary social issues and synthesize them into compelling oeuvres, each an autobiography and a record of Thai historical
events.

Curator: Assistant Professor Wutigorn Kongka
Co-Curator: Narongsak Nilkhet

May 2022 17 Tuesday
Sep 2022 11 Sunday

May 2022

07

Saturday

November 2022

06

Sunday

🏛 100 Tonson Foundation

Leave it and Break no Hearts

Phaptawan Suwannakudt, Samak Kosem

Leave it and Break no Hearts is investigating the notion of the minoritarian within religious agencies in Thailand. In this project, Phaptawan ‘s work echoes women’s issues related to Buddhist belief in regional Thailand, while Samak focuses on queerness in Muslim culture. Each of their works and trajectories explores their identities with the narratives of non-human forms in the context of Islam and Buddhism in Thailand. Being non- human implies a void or illegitimacy of human expression, a barrier for humans’ ability to voice, refuse, or deny.

May 2022 07 Saturday
November 2022 06 Sunday

June 2022

11

Saturday

July 2022

27

Wednesday

🏛 La Lanta Fine Art

IIM – Inside the Head

Kenji Sugiyama

“IIM – INSIDE THE HEAD” presents a clever twist of traditional diorama art. At a distance, the exhibition contains a display of commercial packaged pasta boxes, strange big eyeballs, and a tall box. Once the viewers approach for close inspection, the intimate universe revealed. Inside unassuming pasta boxes and center of the eyeballs are cramped with lilliputian museums, all full of art lovers looking at shrunken art. The most visually complex piece in this exhibition involved an angled mirror doubled the miniature world. Sugiyama’s exquisite detail can be seen in his recreation of art world’s hallowed halls, covering them in everything from inlaid wooden floor to dated wallpaper.

Jun 2022 11 Saturday
Jul 2022 27 Wednesday

June 2022

18

Saturday

July 2022

10

Sunday

🏛 Number1gallery

The Opposite Route to Celestial Light

Rachata Siriyakul

“The Opposite Route to Celestial Light” is the solo exhibition by Rachata Siriyakul who employs widely practiced ancient technique from the Venetian Renaissance to narrate a story through a series of his paintings. Meticulous attention to detail is required at every step; from being inspired by the material to be used to determining the pattern that best captures the feeling. One of the most significant elements of this technique is grounding, which must be thick to some extent to ensure that the colors bond with the material upon which they are painted. It is, therefore, evident that Rachata ’s oil paintings have grounding as strong as the elastic wall. The tone of colour in the painting genuinely reflects the reality of the objects whereby layers and layers of hues are used until they harmoniously blend to create illusion. Another important feature of this ancient technique is that the artists can make adjustments on the painting as much as and as long as they wish; this is what Rachata regards as an advantage of employing the antique painting technique.

Jun 2022 18 Saturday
Jul 2022 10 Sunday

June 2022

04

Saturday

June 2022

12

Sunday

🏛 Kalwit Studio & Gallery

Cross Over Vol. 38 : Japanese Art Collective

PEDDYPOT(Organizer),Akiyoshi/AsukaOuchi/Chiharu/CHISAKOKADOTA/FunikiAi/FURUTATOMOYO/Fuu/ Hakumai/ INOUE MEI/ Kato Yuzu/ Kei Tachibana/ kemono gallery/ KIKUCHI YURI/ Kiriko Abe/ kubotanobue/ Manabu Ito/ megumi hayama/ Mirai/ Miu Kotera/ mizuki.S/ motoyama iko/ nami nami/ Natsuka Hashimoto/ Nishioka Noriko/ Ochiai Rino/ pico/ Pito/ PYURURINKO YOSHIDA./ REMU/ rika sakuragi/ Rikuno Manami/ Sano Komazaki/ Saryu Arisa/ TAHARA CHIHO/ Taira Sumire/ TATEBE Miki/ tsubura/ Yuka/ YUKAKO SHINTANI/ YUKO NANBA

“Cross Over” is an art organization that organizes international exhibitions and art fairs founded by Peddy Pot (Yashiro Hiroyuki), a graphic artist and exhibitor who has shown his work in international exhibitions throughout Southeast and East Asia. “Cross Over” seeks to provide opportunities for artists of various genres, such as graphic designers, painters, performers, photographers, and so on, to exhibit in international art exhibitions held primarily in Asian countries.

Jun 2022 04 Saturday
Jun 2022 12 Sunday

May 2022

14

Saturday

June 2022

12

Sunday

🏛 ArtBridge ChiangRai (ABCR)

LIGHT FROM WITHIN

Maeying Artist Collective

45 members will participate in the exhibition ‘Light from within’. Works will demonstrate the creativity of each artist, their desire to communicate emotions and ideas and -in these troubled times- to show that the light of creativity that drives them forward still shines as bright as ever.

The exhibition forms part of the preparatory shows making it ready for Chiang Rai to host the 3rd International Art Fair, Thailand Biennial, 2023.

May 2022 14 Saturday
June 2022 12 Sunday

May 2022

07

Saturday

June 2022

11

Saturday

🏛 Tang Contemporary Art

Diary of Inner Inspiration

Wu Yi

Tang Contemporary Art is proud to announce the opening of “Diary of Inner Inspiration” , the latest solo exhibition by Chinese artist Wu Yi, curated by Fiona Lu, at Tang Contemporary Art’s Bangkok space. The exhibition, held from 7 May to 11 June 2022, will lead us on an intellectual journey of the artist which mixes between daily realities and artist inner inspiration.

May 2022 07 Saturday
June 2022 11 Saturday

Apr 2022

23

Saturday

June 2022

08

Wednesday

🏛 La Lanta Fine Art

PERCEPTION

Thosaporn Suthum

The movement of Abstract Expressionism in the 1960’s marked the theme of ‘process’ in the history of art. Materials, procedures as well as the artist’s characteristics of paint handling take precedence over the final work. The exhibition “PERCEPTION” revisits this notion in art making. Showcasing eight works by Thosaporn Suthum, the exhibition investigates the practice that emphasizes the interaction between creator and medium.

The meaning behind the artwork is abstract. The artist is showing emotions and feelings that are harmonic and at times chaotic. The artwork in “PERCEPTION” is a result of repetition and the occasional accident. These two elements combine to create the textural surface representing the artist’s emotional complexity. It draws a parallel line between idea vs reality and the expected vs the unexpected.

Apr 2022 23 Saturday
June 2022 08 Wednesday

May 2022

14

Saturday

June 2022

05

Sunday

🏛 Number1Gallery

In the moment

Kowit Wattanarach

“In the moment” by Kowit Wattanarach, the solo exhibition that will be held on May 14th, 2022 at Number 1 gallery, River City Bangkok. With an oil painting work of a character lady who has big round eyes, arched eyebrows, slim face and a perfect lip, expressing the attraction and the independent beauty which undeniably indicates the absolute identity of the artist.

May 2022 14 Saturday
June 2022 05 Sunday

May 2022

07

Saturday

May 2022

27

Friday

🏛 Number1Gallery

THE CONQUER

Verapong Sritrakulkitjakarn

The Conquer exhibition, the solo exhibition by Verapong Sritrakulkitjakarn or Ayino. This time is a large collection of oil paintings. Which shows the possibilities of the world and life that are changing, complex, diverse. No which Verapong’s believes that beneath many things there is a truth hidden. The truth that will never change even after a long time has passed. Use straightforward drawings, no instructions, and no pre-drafting. Instead, draw by interacting directly with what you see and what you feel in the work. not intended to tell a particular story. Verapong way of working was as important as his artistic point of view to understand work and life. He believes that working to do not take the result as a setting, so that to do little by little the truth will be touched.

May 2022 07 Saturday
May 2022 27 Friday

Feb 2022

25

Friday

May 2022

21

Saturday

🏛 SAC Gallery

APOLLO AND DAPHNE

Gi-Ok Jeon

From abstract paintings to mixed media installation, the latest exhibition of talented Korean artist Gi-ok Jeon explores her surrounding environment and daily-life scenario. The series of works genuinely invites audiences to an artistic journey along with the artist’s story through a colorful life atmosphere. Influenced by an ancient Chinese calligraphy technique, Jeon’s works combine the dominant identity of western art with trails of eastern touch – illustrating an artistic dialogue of two aesthetics on the surface of her contemporary art.

Feb 2022 25 Friday
May 2022 21 Saturday

Mar 2022

31

Thursday

May 2022

03

Tuesday

🏛 Tang Contemporary Art

A DREAM WITHIN A DREAM

Ai Weiwei, Ayka Go, Dinh Q Le, Gerald Davis, Raffy Napay, Wang Jian Wei, Yue Minjun, Yunizar

Tang Contemporary Art is proud to announce the opening of “A dream within a dream,” a group exhibition curated by Michela Sena at its Bangkok space.

The exhibition features works by Chinese and international contemporary artists from all around the world, who use a variety of techniques and styles but come together to form an unified identity in the show.

“A Dream Within A Dream”, this is how Edgar Allan Poe titled his poem in 1849; not only is this poem one of his most famous, it’s also one of the darkest. It expresses doubt and uncertainty about the nature of reality, questioning whether life itself is just an illusion: “a dream within a dream”.

Mar 2022 31 Thursday
May 2022 03 Tuesday

Mar 2022

05

Saturday

Apr 2022

03

Sunday

🏛 TRENDY GALLERY

ADD TO ART

CUSCUS THE CUCKOOS, POORBOY, 2ND2FRIEND, BENZILLA, 2CHOEY, JIGGO, KARMS, YAMADA, ERTHH

Trendy Gallery in collaboration with ICONSIAM proudly presents ADD TO ART, an important group exhibition of leading street artists and emerging artists to watch.

In this era, art and lifestyle of the new generation are merged together. Therefore, it is normal to go shopping for art pieces to collect or decorate your home. Like going shopping for brand name clothes in department stores to dress up looking good all the time, TRENDY GALLERY and ICONSIAM join forces to showcase ADD TO ART, the new group art exhibition of 9 talented artists, BENZILLA. , 2CHOEY, 2ND2FRIEND, KARMS, POORBOY, JIGGO, YAMADA, ERTHH, CUSCUS THE CUCKOOS under the concept that reflects the consumer culture of the new generation with taste. and started to collect more art, especially pop art and also wanted to invite everyone to come and watch Shop for art pieces in the style you like. to bring it back to perfect your personal collection that you’re proud of to be more perfect.

Mar 2022 05 Saturday
Apr 2022 03 Sunday

Mar 2022

01

Tuesday

Mar 2022

31

Thursday

🏛 Old Town Gallery

Sanook Art Group Exhibition

Sakon Phungamdee, Panida Phungamdee, Rongrong Phumphang, Aphipapha Tangmanasukhum, Wisuwat Phisara, Nattanun Siricharoen, Songkran Iamrod

Each artist has his and her own way of creating artworks which represents their identities. When their works come together, it presents audiences with diversity and multi dimension.

Mar 2022 01 Tuesday
Mar 2022 31 Thursday

Feb 2022

26

Saturday

Mar 2022

27

Sunday

🏛 Tang Contemporary Art

Echoes of Beauty

Ahmad Shukri Mohamed, Gongkan, Jae Yong Kim, Jittagarn, Kaewtinkoy, Jintana Piamsiri, Kitti Narod, Li Bangyao, Li Erpeng, Pannaphan Yodmanee, Panchat Yodnamee, Suntur

“Echoes of Beauty” is a project that brings together a selection
of the most representative artists, belonging to the Thai new art
scene, in a harmonic relation with young artists coming from
different countries. It reveals the similarities of their aesthetic
typical of this generation, rather than focusing on their diverse
origins. Their works all return us a fresh and energetic approach
to life, a powerful yet gentle spirit that expresses through their
beautiful and unique artworks.

Feb 2022 26 Saturday
Mar 2022 27 Sunday

Feb 2022

18

Friday

Apr 2022

10

Sunday

🏛 100 Tonson Foundation

A Minor History | Part Two: Beautiful Things

Apichatpong Weerasethakul

In this second part of A Minor History exhibition, entitled Beautiful Things, Apichatpong continues his journey to observe and contemplate the country’s current political and social state of affairs, focusing on exploring perspectives both visual and mental.

Feb 2022 18 Friday
Apr 2022 10 Sunday

Feb 2022

11

Friday

Apr 2022

03

Sunday

🏛 Kalwit Studio & Gallery

BlueBlurryMonday 1st solo exhibition

Isariyabhorn Wanmarat

BlueBlurryMonday is an exhibition that captures memories, an artist’s ordinary but extraordinary daily life story. In the form of a color pencil painting, an impressive moment conveys feelings to the audience. It made to feel the warmth of the heart.

Feb 2022 11 Friday
Apr 2022 03 Sunday

Feb 2022

05

Saturday

Mar 2022

31

Thursday

🏛 ATT19 Gallery

Untitled : A Retrospective 1999-2021

Udom Udomsrianan

“When we are at peace, contentment is when we are present with ourselves without a name”

‘Untitled’ compiles and tells a story of Udomsrianan’s career as a designer and artist, with works ranging from furniture, sculpture, painting, printing, drawing to ceramic. The exhibition takes a look at the core identity and ethos of Udomsrianan, working consistently with a deep understanding of one’s self and
emotions.

Feb 2022 05 Saturday
Mar 2022 31 Thursday

Jan 2022

15

Saturday

Mar 2022

31

Thursday

🏛 ANANTA KAMA GALLERY

SO VERY THAI

Group show

Ananta Kama Gallery is proud to present a new and exciting exhibition in its new location, on the 7 th floor of PEONY BUILDING on soi Si Bumphen. This new concept allows us to hang the paintings directly on the walls of a private apartment, mixed with Antiques and Furniture for a comfy surrounding.

Jan 2022 15 Saturday
Mar 2022 31 Thursday

Nov 2021

26

Friday

Mar 2022

27

Sunday

Crypto for Cryptids

🏛 JWD Art Space

Crypto for Cryptids

Adisak Choksongsaeng, Bruno Ruiz Nava, Harit Srikhao, Kritti Tantasith, Monitor Lizard, Montika Kham-on + Phu Kradat, Myc3lium, Nawin Nuthong, Neo Maestro, Pasuth Sa-ingthong, Pongsakorn Yananissorn, Poom Nuthong, Tammarat Kittiwatanokun, Tan Zi Hao, Thanawat Numcharoen, Unchalee Anantawat, Uninspired by Current Events, Wirunwan Pitaktong

Faith like capital is the flow which drives beings into existence. It transmutes fictions into facts and transforms truths into myths, a propellant of histories and the frames of our narratives of them. From seashells and bird feathers, to shiny rocks and digitized credit, the vessels of values change hands like stories at the village market. Faith instills trust in currencies to legitimize and in turn the logic of exchange and trade are the cogs to perpetuate its journey. Texts and their utterance breathe life into myths and money, none more stable than the other.

Fiction then is at once a method to probe history as well as the very medium of its inscription. Feeding on each other, a recollection of a tale traces like blockchain to another, with each trade forking fictions on the go.

Nov 2021 26 Friday
Mar 2022 27 Sunday

Feb 2022

05

Saturday

Feb 2022

28

Monday

🏛 333Anywhere

Love in 3020 – Chapter 1 : It’s gonna be ok.

Nateepol Charoenthurayont

Nateepol Charoenthurayont’s solo exhibition, ” Love in 3020 – Chapter: It’s gonna be ok.” marks the beginning of his journey towards “Love in 3020,” or love in the next 1000 years. In which he expects to meet both joy, hope, disappointment, and heartbreak along the way.

Feb 2022 05 Saturday
Feb 2022 28 Monday