The vary of methods can also be fairly assorted on this record, with the assorted artists utilising stone reducing, weaving, and sculpture, in addition to extra typical paint on canvas. Lastly, the artists themselves run the worldwide background gamut, together with a number of Thais, one Chinese language nationwide, a feminine duo from Estonia and The Netherlands, respectively, and a few long-deceased Europeans who get a brand new lease on life courtesy of the digital age.
The Marriage of Sang Thong
Subhashok The Arts Centre: Till January 19
There’s nonetheless time to catch The Marriage of Sang Thong at Subhashok The Arts Centre (SAC). This solo sculpture exhibition by Thai-born, Australian-based artist Vipoo Srivilasa presents a parade of greater than 50 glamorous sculptures, created in a wide range of shapes, colors and supplies, together with bronze, porcelain, glass and wooden. By means of these items the artist touches upon global-stage controversies and same-sex marriage points through the mythological Thai story of ‘Sang Thong’.
One thing Nouveau
River Metropolis Bangkok: January 15 – April 16
The upcoming multimedia present at River Metropolis Bangkok entitled One thing Nouveau explores what is maybe essentially the most magical time interval for artwork, graphic design, and even structure. Though the Artwork Nouveau interval solely lasted from 1890 to 1910, peaking round 1900, it was really avant-garde in its day. Over 5 hundred pictures of lovely masterpieces representing this motion shall be projected onto giant screens in an enormous multimedia room, accompanied by music and movement graphics. The three artists highlighted embrace Gustav Klimt, the Austrian-born painter finest identified for his portray The Kiss, Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, whose unforgettable illustrations got here to prominence through the rising medium of graphic ads, and the younger Englishman Aubrey Beardsley, whose perverse sensibilities made him essentially the most controversial determine of Artwork Nouveau.
A Matter of Time
ATTA Gallery: Till February 29
Estonian Jewelry artist Julia Maria Künnap has been specializing in stone carving and faceting since 2008, and her works are internationally famend to those that can recognize her artistry. Striving for perfection, she employs methods which can be time consuming, laborious, and intensely meticulous, finally bringing to life a fabric as everlasting as stone. A graduate from the Estonian Academy of Arts, she is at the moment a training artist in Tallinn. On show alongside her works at ATTA Gallery would be the jewelry creations of Karin Herwegh, a Dutch artist identified for crafting items that depict intimate human narratives through stylized figures and easy but nuanced varieties.
Centara Grand at CentralWorld: January 10 – April 10
The Centara Grand at CentralWorld is presenting Once more, a novel solo present by Thai artist Kingtun Pakinee Rattana which is being held within the resort’s Sky Foyer, positioned on the 23rd flooring. On this exhibition the artist represents her experiences through acrylic paints on canvas, with the focus being an intriguing central character identified solely because the “big-head woman”. She tells her tales from this woman’s viewpoint in a sequence of illustrative artworks which have a particular humorousness – generally sarcastic, however extra typically simply pure and harmless, because the artist admits she simply needs “individuals to really feel glad and have optimistic vitality”. Part of the entire income obtained from this long-running exhibition shall be donated to Artwork for Most cancers by Ireal basis.
Look of Crosses
Nova Modern: January 10 – March eight
Look of Crosses, an exhibition by famend Chinese language artist Ding Yi, is being staged at Nova Modern gallery. Consisting of woodcuts and works on paper from 2019, that is Ding’s first solo exhibition in Southeast Asia and it explores his classical symbols “+” and “x”, sparking the viewer’s creativeness to rethink the usage of these indicators as a form of language in summary artwork. Ding has regularly experimented with a kaleidoscope of monochrome, gentle, and fluorescent tones, in addition to exploring extensively completely different mediums, together with acrylic on canvas, chequered nylon, chalk on paper, charcoal, and colored pencil works. This exhibition is supported by ShanghArt Gallery in Shanghai.
Out of the Fold
Artwork Connection (Rosewood): Till March 31
Subhashok The Arts Centre in collaboration with the Rosewood Bangkok resort presents a solo exhibition by Kanchalee Ngamdamronk, a graduate of the Chelsea School of Arts (College of the Arts London) with a level in Textile Design and a specialization in weaving. In 2014 Kanchalee attended a workshop in Japan for shibori and indigo dyeing, and in 2016 she moved from Bangkok to Chiang Mai and co-founded Slowstitch Studio, which designs and produces distinctive textiles with an emphasis on utilizing pure supplies and botanical dyes. The design means of hand weaving is complicated. It requires meticulous planning, calculations, repetition, time and persistence. For Kanchalee the orderly nature of weaving is a manner of navigating and balancing out chaotic ideas and feelings that continuously come up from residing in a fast-paced and turbulent society whereas reconnecting along with her personal human nature. On this regard, she has adopted the idea and means of weaving, each technically and abstractly, as the primary inspiration of her textile works. Her compelling works shall be displayed on the Artwork Connection gallery, positioned on the third flooring of the resort.