Her experiential installation at Wat Prayoon in the frame of the Bangkok Art Biennale was undoubtedly one of its highlights. Now Nino Sarabutra has paired up with fellow ceramic craftsman Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch to create an exciting take on traditional techniques combined with a modern touch.
Well set at the forefront of new French pop art, Jisbar paints snapshots from life on the canvas in flashy colors and with secret messages. As an experienced world traveler, the artist perhaps knows the airports of the cities better than the cities he visits themselves. From San Francisco to...
Latitudes embarks upon its third year of publication! To mark the occasion, we brought together ALL the artists who made it to the cover for a one-of-a-kind exhibition at Subhashok the Arts Centre (SAC): So What.
Looking after Thailand for the National Gallery in Singapore, Adele Tan knew the Thai scene well before actively participating in this first Bangkok Art Biennale within the curating team. A regular visitor to the city more than any other, she has been familiar with the Bangkok scene for many years.
To continue the legacy of Thailand’s first and most prestigious flower show founded by Thanpuying Lursakdi Sampatisiri in 1983, the 2019 Nai Lert Flower & Garden Art Fair will be as usual an extraordinary attraction for lovers of gardening and flower, art and craft amateurs and fresh outdoor air enthusiasts.