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Address : 19 Prachatipathai Rd. 10200 bangkok
      
 




Address : 201 Sathorn Soi 12
      
 

May 3 – June 11

Bastards of Misrepresentation
Contemporary Art from Manila

Poklong Anading, Argie Bandoy, Valeria Cavestany, LenaCobangbang, Louie Cordero,
Maria Cruz, Gaston Damag, Dex Fernandez, ArvinFlores, David Griggs,
Robert Langennegger, Romeo Lee, PowMartinez, Manuel Ocampo, Jason Oliveria,
Carlo Ricafort, Timo Roter, Gerardo Tan, MMYu, and  Maria-Jeona Zoleta

Curated by Manuel Ocampo

Bangkok, Thailand – H Gallery Bangkok is very pleased to announce the first major exhibition of contemporary art from the Philippines in Thailand. Curated by the renowned artist Manuel Ocampo, Bastards of Misrepresentation is a showcase of the diverse practices currently being explored by the Filipino avant-garde. This exhibition will highlight the significant contribution this group of artists is making to the history of art in the Philippines, while embracing a new era of outward-looking ambitious artists who are working hard to put Filipino creative communities on the world stage.




Address : Chulalongkorn University Phyathai Rd, Pathumwan
      
 

April 20 – May 25

Convergence

Wei Leng Tay







Address : 6 Soi Kasemsan 2, Rama 1 Road
      
 

March 21 - June 24

Art On A Farm: A diary from the Isan Plateau

Dr. Rachaporn Choochuey & all(zone), Dr. Apiradee Kasemsuk and Dr. Nattinee Karnchanaporn, Assist.Prof. Songwit Pimpakun, Kornkrit Jianpinidnan, Chakkrit Chimnok and Pattree Chimnok, Disorn Duangdao, Pratchaya Phinthong, Pitt Martliam, Worathep Akkabootara, Montree Moungkun, Sudsiri Pui-Ok, Sitthikorn Khawsa-ad, Sutthirat Supaparinya, Santiphap Inkong-ngam, Adisak Phupa and Imhathai Suwatthanasilp.

Curator: Yuwadee Srihuayyod

The exhibition Art on Farm: a diary from the Isan plateau is a collective exhibition of work from the Art on Farm projects from 2009 – 2011. The Art on Farm projects at the Jim Thompson Farm began with the collaboration of the Jim Thompson Art Center and the Jim Thompson Farm. We invited artists to produce works in the context of Eco Agriculture and North Eastern style architecture, giving the artists the opportunity to interrelate between art and the environment, including the raising of silk worms, agriculture, culture and architecture within the context of the North-East, with the aim of connecting art, life and nature.




Address : 7 Sukhumvit Soi 51, Wattana, Klongton-Nua
      
 




Address : B-28, Silom Galleria Plaza, 919/1, Silom 19 Road
      
 




Address : 245/14 Sukhumvit soi 31 Klongtan Nua, Wattana
      
 

Evolution
Lu Jun

Lu Jun, a leading Chinese contemporary artist returns to La Lanta Fine Art to present his new body of work featuring photography and video installation in “Evolution” exhibition. “Evolution” features a new print series titled “Scholar” which is inspired by the idea of the abstraction of Chinese characters. The Scholar series seems to mirror the increasing fluidity of the today’s Chinese mentality by moving away from the concrete representation of meaning towards an abstract form of the visual language. The pictographic nature of Chinese characters deeply influences the philosophy of Chinese thinking, including the concept that painting and calligraphy are similar forms of artistic expression.




Address : 919/1 Sukhumvit Rd
      
 

March 31 - May 12

Not Just Beautiful

Somboon Phoungdorkmai







Address : Kluai Nam, Rama IV Rd
      
 

The Bangkok University Gallery is a private gallery near the port, which displays the work of young Thai artists as well as established ones and focuses on more obscure and experimental multidisciplinary art.



Address : 87 Pan road, Bangrak
      
 

May 5 - June 30

A Frozen Dream

Conelly La Mar

Unease pervades Connelly La Mar’s frozen dream visions of his adopted city, Bangkok, as if he is not quite at home in it. Tourist girls in ethnic dress, beauty queens for a day. Another tourist, an old man, clearly lost among the little brown people. A moulded plaster bear growling at its strange surroundings. A car with covered wheels going nowhere, its windshield wipers sticking up like exclamation marks over its bulging eyes. A white man’s head obliterated by a camera’s flash, as if by divine light that strikes him as he prepares to exit a train. La Mar’s images are mesmerising and distancing, and yet piercingly emotional and true, like the disoriented stuffed bear’s silent scream.




Address : Lido Bldg 2F, 260 Siam Square Soi 3
      
 




Address : 99/45 moo. 18 Km 10.5 Boromrachonanee Road, Salathammasob, Taveewattana
      
 

May 25 - June 30

Once Upon a Time

Tinnakorn Kasornsuwan


"Once Upon A Time" art exhibition presents painting and mixed media art inspired by the artist's past experiences and emerging perspectives. Rural Life and city lifestyle are full of differences both in terms of happiness, misery, imagination and emotion. The artist's perception is reflected through vivid colors and creative symbols. By Tinnakorn Kasornsuwan, prominent artist and art instructor.



Address : 43/12 soi Sukhumvit 31 Sawaddee Klongton North, Wattana
      
 
May 3 - May 31

Densen / Plus a: Visual Art Exhibition
Eiji Sumi

This solo exhibition showcases the latest works of New York based Japanese artist, Eiji Sumi, who continuously taps into the full range of creative resources to express conceptual, yet innovative view of visual art.  Eiji Sumi has been curetted twice by Eric Shiner, director of Andy Warhol Museum and curator worked with famous Japanese artists such as Yoko Ono and Yayoi Kusama. (...)





Address : 939 Rama I Rd, Pathumwan
      
 




Address : 100 Soi Tonson, Phloenchit Rd, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok
      
 

April 19 - June 3

Uncover

Manut Lao-on

Almost a decade, 100 Tonson Gallery continues to provide a vital platform for contemporary art in all its diversity. This year, we keep promoting talented contemporary Thai artists by introducing a newcomer painter, Manut Lao-on, Silpakorn University’s graduate, who we believe in his valuable skill for Thai art scene.

Uncover” is his first solo exhibition revealing experiences and causalities of life. Buddhist principles are a core reflection in his works. He uses a picture of himself to represent one of human who try to attempt to understand Buddhist philosophy to solve the daily problems.





Address : 194 Tanao Rd., Pranakorn
      
 




Address : 4 Chao-fa Rd., Pranakorn, Bangkok 10200
      
 





Address :  21/108 Block D, Royal City Avenue (RCA) Bangkok Thailand 10320