Some of you might intensely go through studies or works during these few months, without any self relaxing time. Here, Koolator, we would like to invite you to chill out with the best selection of art exhibitions! Let’s check them out!
1. Caravaggio OPERA OMNIA
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio’s art collection was brought here to Thailand!
Every piece of works is a digital capture and high-resolution reproduction from the original works. The exhibition includes over 40 works of art collected by reputable museums worldwide; to show the continuous working process.
Moreover, the exhibition also gathers the most important pieces such as “Bacchus”, “Medusa”, and the rarely seen “Boy Bitten by a Lizard” or “Saint Matthew and the Angel”, an art piece situated in San Luigi dei Francesi (The Church of St. Louis of the French), Rome, which can only be seen from a distance and with an appropriate lighting.
From Today to 10 June from 10.00 – 21.00 (Close on Monday)
At 7th Floor, Studio Room, Bangkok Arts Cultural Center (BACC)
2. Life is too short to hate
This is the exhibition of Kanthapon Methikul เช็คชื่อด้วยนะคะ or Gongkan, one of new generations of Thai famous modernized artist who has created his name in New York city. This time, he has brought up Thai social conflict and inequality as the inspiration for this special collection; this is the symbolic piece of love for Thai people’ unity, under the ideas of ‘Life is Too Short to Hate.’
In additional, there are many pieces that were created from nostalgist; the feeling of missing home and family, and the desiring destination. – which performed in the name of ‘Teleport’; the added character which represents the independent traveling freedom.
From Today – 15 June (Opens Everyday) from 10.00 – 22.00
ODS, 3rd Floor, Siam Discovery
3. AFTERNOON PERSON
The Solo Exhibition of Tae-Pawit Pichearrungsun เช็คชื่อด้วยค่ะ was held at Bangkok CityCity Gallery. There are paintings; free style messy drawing, but structural, intended coloring and left out spacing for audiences’ individual interpretations and perceptions; without the pressures from the artist’s expectation. Including to the huge sculptures.
AFTERNOON PERSON is a reflection of the changes of artist’s daily emotions. During a half year, every pieces of his arts have their own significant different stories. Some are slightly connected with detailed connections; the arts were shown through vases, potted plants or people’s actions; live as singles or with partners, which were built up from safety and comfort. The arts convey his consciousness during the working periods.
From Today to 17 June/ from 13.00 to 19.00 (Close on Monday and Tuesday)
BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY
4. SEA OF CORROSION
The Intaglio Metal Printing of Japanese masters exhibition, which presents the parallel of two ideal arts; Life and Death, Day and Night and etc. These reflect the truths of all living things; everything changes from time to time. – The arts combine the shapes, shadings, symbolic arts and components of branches, flowers, living things – which has created half realistic and imaginative atmospheric spaces, for the audiences personal’s interpretation.
From Today to 24 June
Tuesday – Saturday from 10.00 to 19.00 and Sunday 10.30 – 17.30
At ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art
The grand solo exhibition of Withawat Thongkeaw, a Thai artist who devoted 3 years of researching, interviewing and exploring with the life of people’s losses. They were emotionally affected by many dimensional issues such as politics, government’s rules and disagreements among the nation. Winthawat gathered all the traumatized experiences to communicate through expressive paintings, sculptures and galleries.
The overall idea of this exhibition is to present and to ask questions about Thai society which is covered with traditional norms and believes. This community is propelled by discourses and mythologies. The artist himself persuades the audiences to investigate Thai society through object’s semiotics, signs and symbols,’s diversity. This would raise people awareness as to reflect their beliefs and results and consequences from the beliefs.
Until 1 July 2018
Tuesday- Saturday from 10.00 – 17.30 and Sunday from 0.00 – 18.00 ( Close on Monday)
S.A.C. Subhashok The Arts Centre