Joint exhibition by 13 Thai artists who graduated from the Swedish Art University, such as Ploypan Theerachai, Pim Sudhikam and Oak Wattanai Chanakot, under the theme of Swedish idiom “Lagom Ar Bast” meaning “Enough is Best,” which is translated through various media including ceramic, furniture, jewelry and textile.
As part of the mini-retrospective of Thailand's forgotten photography masters, Kathmandu Gallery presents a series of photos of Buddhadasa Bhiku who fought against the attempts of people to turns his portraits into sacred icons. Seeing photography as a tool to communicate dharma, however, he later created this series which includes a dharma-teaching poem.
Three artists, Olga Volodina, Tanya Robina and Alex Imix, expose the beauty, purity and mystery of woman through a series of black and white nude photographs printed on canvas. Also features an installation and performance on the opening night.
A joint exhibition by 11 resident artists, including Naruemol Niyomsamarn, Anurak Namapai and Paitoon Jumee, who portray their current artist status through mixed media like paintings and installations.