17 young emerging artists offer their own very personal reflections on modern living reflecting how a new generation attempts to deal with the political, cultural and social issues thrown up by today’s fast-changing society.
The French Embassy in Thailand and the Department of Intellectual Property under the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand present 24 artworks, including pictures, sculptures and videos, which portray the wide array of artificial products found in Southeast Asian countries. A documentary about fake medicine in the Mekong region will also be screened as part of the exhibition.
A photo and video exhibition featuring the works of Oscar-nominated filmmaker Tim Hetherington who was tragically killed in a mortar attack while covering the civil war in Libya in 2011. Photos taken from his book Infidel, which attempts to document the unseen side of the war soldier. Screenings include Sleeping Soldier, a film exploring the nightmares of soldiers assigned to Afghanistan; Diary, an experimental short film examining Hetherington’s work; and...
Thongmai Thepram challenges notions of beauty as defined by society—such as cosmetic surgery and breast enlargement—through paintings featuring classic human poses while using peacock imagery to symbolize pride and vanity.