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Art Events in Thailand – January 4

Things To Do in Bangkok This Week - Art 25 - Onarto

Things To Do in Bangkok This Week - Art 25 - Onarto

Art Things to do in Bangkok from January 4 to January 10

Happy New Year!!! Ring in the new year with the best art things that Bangkok has to offer. Check out the following art previews and exhibitions going on this week.

 

What’s new?

JAM – CINÉ CLUB “Lolita”, Seduction Month

JAM - CINÉ CLUB - Lolita - feat

Screening: January 6 at 20.00

Where: Charoen Rat 1, Yan Nawa , Bangkok

The word seduction comes from Latin seducere “lead away, lead astray…” We will watch its splendor, promises and decheance.

 

JAM – SUSPENDED SENTENCE

JAM - SUSPENDED SENTENCE - Video Installation - Punch Viratmalee

Opening: January 9 at 19.00 until January 10, 2016

Where: Charoen Rat 1, Yan Nawa , Bangkok

time, images, memory

When all had been suspended, stuck in a rut, a limbo where nothing moves. An acceleration towards nowhere, a futile attempt to remember a phantasmagoria from last night deep sleep. You take the leap but but suddenly found yourself falling and falling into an abyss with no ground. Yes, This is the new low, but we’ll keep sinking. You’re free falling. You are in transit, forever.

 

 

Ongoing

La Lanta Fine Art – Ultradistancia

Until January 7

Where: Sukhumvit 31road, Bangkok

“ULTRADISTANCIA” exhibits kaleidoscopic compositions by the artist, photographer and producer Federico Winer, created from 15 views of the earth.

TARS Gallery – Untitled 1

Until January 8

Where: Sukhumvit soi 67, BTS Phra Khanong exit 1, Bangkok

Opening this Saturday right next to Rebel Art Space, TARS (The Artist Run Space) is the new gallery coming on the Bangkok art scene. ‘Untitled 1’ will feature mixed media artworks by Alexandre Lavet, David Delgado, Elissa Rae Ecker, Natanel Gluska, New-Territories, Peerawayt Krasaesom & Thomas Merret.

S.A.C. Subhashok The Arts Centre – Beautiful Myth

Until January 10

Where: Soi Phrom Chit ,Sukhumvit 39, Bangkok

In his solo exhibition, Jamon Nimnark reflects on happiness and female beauty.

Serindia Gallery – The Chivalrous Hero

Until January 10

Where: O.P. Garden Soi Charoenkrung 36, Bangkok

The Singaporean painter Tay Bak Chiang features works inspired by Jin Yong’s martial art novels.

The Jam Factory – Tools

December 15 until January 10

Where: 41/1-5 The Jam Factory, Charoennakorn Rd., Bangkok

Tools displays a video installation by Kawita Vatanajyankur.

Alliance française de Bangkok – Look Khun Noo: BF4L

December 17 until January 10

Where: 179 Thanon Witthayu, Lumpini, Bangkok

Organized in partnership with Thaillywood artist residency, ‘Look Khun Noo: BF4L’ displays Charinthorn Rachurutchata’s latest work about a school teenage growing up.

Speedy Grandma – How many female artists do you know?

December 19 at 7.30pm until January 15

Where: 672/50-52 Soi Charoenkrung 28 Bangrak, Bangkok

Numthong Gallery at Aree – Absurd Aesthetic

Until January 15

Where: 72/3 Soi Ari 5 nua Phahonyothin 7, Phahonyothin Road, Bangkok

Absurd Aesthetic is a solo exhibition by Anon Pairot.

Bangkok University Gallery – Let’s have a TEA PARTY… Forever

Until January 16

Where: Bangkok University Gallery, CITY CAMPUS, 4th Floor, Bangkok

Following on D’ UNBREAKABLE TEAPOTS, the exhibition ‘Let’s have a TEA PARTY… Forever’ will feature works by Surojana Sethabutra.

BACC – The Magic World of Czech Illustrators

15 December until January 17

Where: Curved Wall (4th & 5th Floor) Bangkok Art and Culture Center, 939 Rama 1 Rd, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330

BACC Arts Network Department in cooperation with the Embassy of the Czech Republic introduces Jiří Slíva, a Czech cartoonist with an expressive style who mainly illustrates cartoons and books. Children and families can also attend a coloring station at the nearby Magic World Kid’s Corner by Staedtler and watch some popular Czech animated films.

Goja – Art = Buddy

Until January 17

Where: Sukhhumvit 71, Soi 3 Pridi Banomyong 5/2, Bangkok

The project LOVOL started in 2015 and is organised by Hiroya Asari.

YenakArt Villa – Super Nature

December 17 until January 24

Where: 69 Soi Prasat Suk, Bangkok

SUPER NATURE presents 5 artists and designers from Thailand, Korea and France who thought about flowers and femininity through their multi medium works.

Featured artists: Kawita Vatanjyankur, Ek Thongprasert, Sun Young Min, Catherine Wilkenning, Artpilo

Pullman G Gallery – Popkapi

Until January 28

Where: Pullman Bangkok Hotel G, Floor 36, 188 Silom Road, Bangkok

“Popkapi” is the solo exhibition by the artist Jakkrit Chewapanya.

Ardel Gallery of Modern Art : Matters Printed – Macau Printmakers

December 22 through January 31

Where: 99/45 Belle Ville, Boromratchonnanee Road (km 10.5), Bangkok

From December 22 until January 31, Ardel Gallery of Modern Art will be hosting an exhibition of various print techniques from 25 Macau-based artists.

ATTA Gallery – Stratera

Until January 31

Where: 4,6 Chaorenkrung Soi 36, Bangrak, Bangkok

Stratera is the first Off the Wall exhibition displaying Michael Shaowanasai’s work.

G 1 Contemporary & The Space – The Madness of Crowds

Ongoing through January 31

Where: FG, Gaysorn Plaza, 999 Ploenchit Road, BTS Chidlom

The mall-located art space, G 1 Contemporary & The Space, is curated by H Gallery. Its current exhibit titled, ‘The Madness of Crowds’ ongoing until January 31.

Mangkud Café & Art Gallery – H.M. Blues The hungry men’s blues

Ongoing Tuesdays-Sundays from 11am-10pm until January 31

Where: 94/87 Ratchapruek Road

This art gallery and gathering place holds daily sets of live blues in celebration of HM The King’s 88th Birthday.

S Gallery – Genii Loci

December 17 until February 5

Where: Sofitel Sukhumvit 189 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok

In this solo show, the Thai artist Rush Pleansuk tells a story of spiritual growth : “I tend to live in the past because my life is there”.

The Art Center Chula – Michael Shaowanasai’s Revisits

December 22 until February 6

Where: 7th Floor, Office of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University, Phayathai Road, Bangkok

Multi-disciplinary artist and social activist, Michael Shaowanasai presents his latest collection of objets d’art from December 22 onwards at Chulalongkorn University – the place where he made his first debut. The upcoming exhibition is said to be “site-specific” and likely references the growth and evolution in his artistic journey.

Bangkok Citycity Gallery – Beejoir’s #NRCSSM

From December 16 until February 7

Where: 13/3 Sathorn 1, South Sathorn Road, Bangkok

This multimedia art show deals with the notion of narcissism in the social media age. It is the first asian solo show by the Bangkok-based artist & curator Chris Bowden AKA Beejoir.

Lyla Gallery – Silent No More by Paphonsak La-or

December 23 until February 14

Where: 2nd Floor, Tapae Road, Muang, Chaing Mai

Chiang Mai based artist, Paphonsak La-or debuts his solo exhibition from December 23 at cultural landmark and fan-favorite art space, Lyla Gallery. Paphonsak’s paintings feature distinct landscapes from the towns and districts affected by the 2011 tsunami and resulting radioactive leakage in Japan’s Fukushima Prefecture.

Bangkok Art & Culture Centre: Abstract – The Truth of Art

Ongoing until February 21

Where: 939 Rama 1 Rd, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330

A retrospective of some 100 mixed media works by National artist Ithipol Thangchalok, ongoing through February 21 next year.

The Jim Thompson Art Center – The Making of Golden Teardrop

Until March 22

Where: 6 soi Kasemsan 2, Rama 1 rd., BTS National Stadium Station Ex.1, Bangkok

The Making of Golden Teardrop brings together more than 5,000 small brass sculptures shaping the Thong Yod dessert by the Thai artist Arin Rungjangas. The exhibition also displays a documentary and photographs from the artist’s research. This installation was previously shown at the 2013’s Venice Biennale.

100 Tonson Gallery – Chatchai Puipia: Sites of Solitude

Until April 3, 2016

Where: 100 Soi Tonson, Ploenchit Rd., Bangkok

Lowly or never previously presented self-portrait paintings, sculptures, drawings and guest-documentary materials are brought together in ‘Chatchai Puipia: Sites of Solitude/Still-Life, Self-Portraiture and the Living Archive, Part 1’. Puipia holds a significant role in the Thai contemporary art scene with works reflecting as much on the self as on the country social context.

 

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