08 Aug In August, don’t miss these 4 exhibitions in Bangkok
In August, don’t miss these
6 August 2017
With so many events in Bangkok, here are our selections of some exhibitions in the capital.
French artist Michael Deloffre brings his latest collection of paintings to Sofitel Bangkok Sukhmvit. For his Elements collection, Michael focuses on the four elements, which was the traditional way of analyzing and describing in Philosophia Naturalis, paying tribute to nature which springs from obscurantism to give birth to our technological world. A return to the roots.
S Gallery – Sofitel Sukhumvit
Until 1st September
Paul Lukin, a croation documentary photographer and photojournalist based in Bangkok will show a decade long of pictures at YenakArt Villa. Solitude, his first long-term self-assigned project, consists in a series of black & white photographs taken in Southeast Asia from 2007 to 2017, exploring the themes of loneliness and alienation in everyday life, as well as a visual narrative of the economic and social issues. Solitude also reflects the way the artist perceives the world around him, often using metaphors, contrasting elements, intimate and at times ironic moments.
Myrtille Tibayrenc, better known as Mimi in Thailand, is the director of the Toot Yung Art Center and co-director of the Bukruk urban arts festival. She has been based in Bangkok for over 10 years, actively promoting Thai artists here and abroad. In her free time she has never stopped her personal and intimate work as a painter.
For the first time since graduating from art school in France in 2005 (Ecole des Beaux- Arts de Marseille and Dunkerque), Myrtille will unveil in her first solo exhibition, Sublimation, a series of oil paintings recently produced.
Serindia Gallery O.P. Garden
Until August 20
With some paintings putting together some aliens and some symbols of Thailand or some other offering a new glance on the modern society, Errorism is showing the work from four Thai artists : Kamolchat Pangtho, Nattiwut Choomanowat, Patt Yingcharoen, Sakarin Sukmanatham. An amazing exhibition!
4 August – 9 September 2017
At Kalwit Studio & Gallery