River City : Dolce Vista

River City : Dolce Vista


River City : Dolce Vista

Justine Hermant

14 January 2019

River City Bangkok carries on opening its new exhibition spaces, RCB Galleries, by collaborating with National Palace Museum in Taipei for an interactive and very promising exhibition, but also through a partnership with the Italian Embassy for the 150th anniversary of the diplomatic relations with Thailand.

Italian artists Massimo Catalani and Antonio Saba gather in the celebrating exhibition italian visuals visible until january 7th.

Massimo Catalani shows naturalists paintings realised with marble powder. If the artist never came to Thaïland before, he is convinced that Thaïland and Italy have cultural similarities. A fusion that he wanted to symbolise in the exhibition’s title Thaiita which is the contraction between Thaïland and Italy.

Antonio Saba presents Oneiirism Dreamscapes, a series of oneiric photographs with a very meticulous composition. We can only be captivated by his work and his use of discrepancy between real landscapes and anachronic subjects, what the artist calls “Portraits of Dreams”.

Finally, in another category, the exhibition Come face to face with Ancient China tells the story of the Imperial China with numeric tools. We appreciated the kids’area, well developed, which enables everyone to have fun. An exhibition to discover until February 12th.


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