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Lim Khim Katy

Lim Khim Katy is a Cambodian-Vietnamese artist, born in 1978 in Ho Chi Minh City. Katy receives formal training from Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts University. She is also a member of several prestigious fine arts associations in Vietnam. Her paintings are in private collections in North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia.

Exhibitions and awards

2001
• Certificate of merit at Viet nam National Fine Arts Exhibition for the painting “Naptime”
• Certificate of merit at Asia Pacific Contemporary Fine Arts Exhibition organized by Philip Morris for the painting “The Power of Numbers ”
• Certificate of merit of section 6 exhibition for the painting “ Silence”

2003
• Award from the Viet nam Literary and Artistry Association at Section 6 Exhibition for the painting “Empty Bowls”

2004
• Third prize of Young’s Eyes Exhibition organized by the Consulate General of France and the Viet nam Literary and Artistry Association for the painting “Empty Bowls”
• Consulation prize at Viet nam ethnic minority artists exhibition organized by the Fine Arts Association for the painting “Everyone has his own dream”

2005
Solo Exhibition in Hanoi, Vietnam
Certificate of merit at Vietnam National Fine Arts Exhibition for the painting “Black Sea”
Award from the Viet nam Association at Section 6 Exhibition for the painting “Asian Woman”
International Exhibition in Museum Vietnam for the painting “Thinking of Another People”

2006
Solo Exhibition "Symphony of Thoughts" at La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand

2007
Solo Exhibition, Hanoi Studio, Hanoi, Vietnam

2010
Solo Exhibition, "Portrait of Silence" at La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand

 

Lu Jun

1962 Born in Hubei Province
1983 Graduated from Wu Han Technical University

Solo Exhibition:

2003 "Lu Jun Conceptual Photographic Exhibition", Shenzhen Art Museum

2003 "Lu Jun Photography Art Exhibition", Zhuhai Museum

2005 "Who am I?" The 5th session of Pingyao International Photography Festival, ShanXi

2006 “Expense Happiness”-Lu Jun Solo Exhibition ,Memowall Gallery,798 Art District,Beijing

2006 “Chinese Real Estate Dream” The 6th session of Pingyao International Photography Festival, Won Excellent Photographer Award,ShanXi

2007 “Consumption Century” The 7th session of Pingyao International Photography Festival, ShanXi

2008 “How Far from Us” The 7th session of Pingyao International Photography Festival, ShanXi

2008 “Law of Ink ·Delight of Water” Lu Jun Photography Exhibition, Epson Epsite, Beijing

2009 “Law of Ink ·Delight of Water” Lu Jun Photography Exhibition, Zenith Gallery, Beijing

2009 “Lu Jun Photographic Ink and Wash" M97 Gallery, Shanghai

2009 “Lu Jun 2009 New Photographic Ink and Wash" Zenith Gallery, Beijing

2011 "How Far From Us" La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok

Group Exhibition:

1991 "The Shanghai Third Session of International Photography Exchange Exhibition", Shanghai

1994 "Contemporary Photography from Mainiand China, Hong Kong and Taiwan Exhibition", Hong Kong Art Center

1994 "The Contemporary Photography Association Exhibition", Denmark

2001 "Chinese Behavior Photographic Exhibition", Italian Genoa Asian and Pacific present age art archives

2001 "The City Slang - Zhujiang Delta's Contemporary Art Exhibition", HeXiangying art museum, Shenzhen

2001 "The 2th Biennial of Italy-Asia Contemporary Art", National Museum of Contemporary Art , Genova, Italy

2001 "100 Artists Faces Exhibition", Nanjing

2003 "Macao & Zhuhai Contemporary Art Exchange Exhibition", Macao

2003 "Androgyny - Contemporary Art Exhibition", Beijing

2005 "On Going - Contemporary Art Exhibition", Shenzhen Sculpture Academy

2005 "2005 Donggang Photo Festival Korea 2005", Obtain nomination for the best foreign photographer, Korea

2005 "City Skin" Contemporary Art Exhibition, Tap Seac Gallery, Macao

2006 “The Exterior And Interior Personality” Contemporary Art Exhibition, Shenzhen Sculpture Academy

2006 “Size Decides Attitude” First 5 ×7 Picture-Taking Biennale Project Pingyad,ShanXi, TS1 Contemporary Art Center, Beijing

2006 “The 5 th Annual Starving Artists Exhibition” C5 Art Center, Beijing

2006 Meeting Place FotoFest Beijing 2006

2006 The 5th International Ink Painting Biennial of Shenzhen, Shennial

2007 “2007 China Photography Investment Classics Exhibition” Guanfu Classic Art Museum, Beijing

2007 “Digital soul” Art Seasons Gallery, Beijing and Zurich

2008 “Seeing China” Beijing Art Museum of Imperial City,Zenith Gallery, Beijing

2008 “Contemporary Chinese Photography” The 7 th Fotfestiwal, Lodz Art Center, Poland

2008 “Seeing China” FOTOBILD2008, Berlin

2008 “Photo Beijing”, Beijing

2008 “Exquiste Corpse : China Surreal”, M97 Gallery, Shanghai

2008 “The 6th International Ink Painting Biennial of Shenzhen”, Shennial

2008 “Lianzhou International Photography Festive” LIPF08, Lianzhou

2009 “Water and Color” Contemporary Ink Art Show, Today Art Museum, Beijing

2009 CIGE2009, China World Trade Center, Beijing

2009 "Landscape Architecture" La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok

2010 Florence Biennale, First Prize in Photography

Collections:

Khin Zaw Latt

Born         
1980 in Irrawaddy Division, Myanmar

Education                                             
B.A. from University of Culture majoring in painting

Awards                                                  
2009 Finalist, Sovereign Art Awards
2008 First Prize, Myanmar Contemporary Art Awards
2004 Honorary mention, Myanmar Contemporary Art Awards
2000 Second Prize, Myanmar Youth Art Contest

Selected Exhibitions  
                         
2004                                                      
• "Myanmar Contemporary Art Award 2004", Hong Kong; "Sound Art", Singapore

2005                                                      
• "Two Burmese Brothers" Art Exhibition, Hong Kong

2006                                                      
• Solo Exhibition "Blissful Buddha's" by Khin Zaw Latt, Shanghai
• "To Tranquility", Hong Kong; "The Quiet Wind", San Francisco
• "Singapore Art Fair", Singapore
• "Myanmar Three Artists", Palm Beach, USA
                                       
2007                                                      
• "Homage To Buddha", Hong Kong
• "Myanmar Contemporary Art Exhibition", Washington, USA 
• Solo Exhibition "Eternal Bliss"by Khin Zaw Latt, Hong Kong
• "Two Burmese Brothers ", Kathmandu, Nepal

2008                                                      
• "Vision of  Myanmar", USA
• Solo Exhibition "Simplicity” by Khin Zaw Latt, Hong Kong

2009                                                      
• "Two Burmese Brothers", Greenwich, USA
• "Asia  Contemporary", Hong Kong
• Sotheby's auction, Hong Kong

2010                                                      
• Solo Exhibition “Moving Forward” by Khin Zaw Latt, Hong Kong
• “Myanmar Contemporary Art Exhibition”, Hong Kong
• “My Myanmar”, La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand

Therdkiat Wangwatcharakul

Therdkiat was born in 1971 in Thailand

Education:

M.F.A. Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok

Selected Exhibition:

• The 1st, 2nd, 4th Panasonic Contemporary Painting Exhibition
• The 19th, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th Contemporary Painting of Bua Luang Painting Contest by Bangkok Bank
• The 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th Toshiba “Bring good things to life” art competition
• The 44th, 45th, 46th, 47th, 48th, 49th, 51st National Exhibition of Art
• The 10th, 13rd, 14th, 15th Thailand Petroleum Authority’s Art Exhibition
• 1998, 1999 and 2000 Contemporary Art by Thai Farmers Bank
• The 3rd ,5th, 6th, 7th, 9th Art Exhibition of Thailand Art award by Philip Morris Group
• Art Singapore 2001

Solo & Group Exhibition:

2000
“Life (1)," Banbangkok Gallery

2002
“Made in Bangkok” at Galerie op Zolder (Thai Art Foundation), Amsterdam

2003
• “Life must go on,” Akko Gallery
• “Chaos of life” by Onibaba due, JAPAN Seoul – Asia Art Now. 2003, South Korea
• “The Brightness of Life,” Thavibu Gallery

2006
• Art exhibition to Celebrate the Auspicious Occasion of His Majesty the King’s “Self – Sufficiency ” at Silpakorn University
• Tradition and Modernity in Southeast Asian Art, Asian Cultural Center, New York

2007
• "Enduring Reality," National Gallery Thailand
• Painting Exhibition to Commemorate The King 's 80th Birthday King Bhumibol Adulyadej : The Great Achiever, The Queen's Gallery

2008
• "Light of Life," D Gallery
• Borobodur Art Auction 2008, Singapore

2009
"Charity of Thai Elephant" at Lumpang

2010
"Bangkok Station," Thavibu Gallery

Award and Honours:

1995
• Second Prize winner of SVOA Art Exhibition
• Art of Philip Morris Group Certificate

1996
Second Award of Contemporary painting of Siam TV

1998
• Award Winner Toshiba “Bring Good Things to Life” Art Competition
• Second Prize Contemporary Painting of Bualuang Painting Contest By Bangkok Bank

1999
Art of Philip Morris Group Certificate

2000
• Top Award Winner, Art Exhibition of THAILAND ART AWARD 2000 by Philip Morris Group
• Award Winner Toshiba “Bring Good Things to Life” Art competition
• Second Prize Award, Philip Morris Group of Companies
• ASEAN Art Award 2000, SINGAPORE

2001
Third Prize, Bronze medal, painting, 47th National Exhibition of Art

2002
Second Prize, Silver Medal, Panasonic Contemporary Painting Exhibition
Second Prize, Silver Medal, Painting, The 48th National Exhibition of Art

2003
Award in Support of The 49th National Exhibition of Art
Art of Philip Morris Group Certificate

2004
First Prize, 1st SAMART Contemporary Painting Exhibition of 50th SAMART

2005
First Prize, The Identity of Andaman, Office of Contemporary Art and culture, Ministry of Culture

Ida Bagus Putu Purwa


Born in 1976 in Sanur, Bali, Indonesia

Solo exhibition:

2008 BREAKOUT, Elcanna Art Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
2009 SIGNsession, Tony Raka Art Gallery, Bali, Indonesia

Selected group exhibition:

2004
• “MOZAIK Himpunan Pelukis Sanur”, Santrian Gallery, Sanur, Indonesia
• “DRAWING NEW HARMONY II”, Rare Angon Gallery, Sanur, Indonesia
• “OH”, Sudana Gallery, Ubud, Indonesia
• “10 ARTISTS INTRODUCE THEMSELVES”, 10 Fine Art Sanur, Indonesia
• “MERAH”, Tama Gallery, Ubud, Indonesia
• “THE JOURNEY”, Museum Puri Lukisan, Ubud, Indonesia

2005
• MELBOURNE ART SHOW 2005, represented by Hogart Collect Gallery, Australia
• “ART AS SELF EXPRESSION”, Santrian Art Gallery, Indonesia
• “BRICOLASE”, Ten Fine Art, Sanur, Indonesia
• “HIBRIDITAS”, Pilar Batu Gallery, Ubud, Indonesia

2006
•“JAGO”, Niki Gallery, Ubud, Indonesia
• “MASKULIN”, Danes Art Veranda, Bali, Indonesia
• “BALI IN CONTEMPLATION”, O House Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
• “EKSFRESI RUPA TAMAN BUDAYA BALI”, Art Centre Denpasar Sanur Village Festival, Santrian Gallery, Indonesia
• “UNLIMITED TEN FINE ART”, Danes Art Veranda, Bali, Indonesia
• “PANORAMA TEN FINE ART”, Ganesha Gallery, Bali, Indonesia

2007
• “QUESTION OF DISTANCE”, Elcanna Art Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
• SANUR VILLAGE FESTIVAL, Darga Gallery, Bali, Indonesia

2008
• “LE MAYUR'S LUNCHBREAK”, Santrian Gallery, Bali, Indonesia
• “GREEN” Sanur Village Festival, Sanur, Indonesia

2009
• “NEW + NEWS”, Gracia Art Gallery, Surabaya, Indonesia
• “RISING SONS OF THE ARCHIPELAGO”, Gallery Lukisan, Dublin, Ireland
• “POETICAL JUNCTURES”, La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand
• “HYPERLINK” Tujuh Bintang Gallery, Jogjakarta, Indonesia
• "NAMAKU TANAH THO”, Tanah Tho Gallery, Ubud, Indonesia
• “ILLUMINATION”, Sampoerna Strategic Square, Jakarta, Indonesia
• Indonesian artists, MBC Gallery, Korea
• DAEGU Art Fair, Daegu, Korea

2010
• "EDGE OF INDONESIA”, EDGE Gallery, Hong Kong
• "TENmade”, Tujuh Bintang Gallery, Jogyakarta, Indonesia
• “Art Kampoeng” Sanur Village Festival, Sanur, Indonesia
• “Lukisan Kecil”, Ten Fine Art , Sanur, Indonesia
• "CARPE DIEM”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
• BAZAAR ART JAKARTA 2010 represented by Tony Raka Gallery
• “INTEGRITAS JIWA TAMPAK” Bentara Budaya, Bali, Indonesia

2011
• “re-FRESH” TEN Fa Raos Gallery, Batu, Indonesia
• “TIDAK TAKUT! – NEW BALINESE ART”, Willem Kerseboom Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
• “BEYOND YOUR IMAGINATION” by 5 Indonesian artists, Tobin Ohashi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
• SCOPE Basel 2011, Basel, Switzerland
• “OUR TESTIMONY”, Santrian Gallery, Bali, Indonesia
• “SAWEN AWAK Cross- Culture of Balinese and Foreign Contemporary Artists“, Jakarta Art District, Indonesia
• BAZAAR ART JAKARTA 2011 : indonesian art fair The Ritz Carlton Hotel Ballroom, Jakarta, Indonesia
• “CELEBRATING THE BODY”, GAYA Fushion Art Space, Bali, Indonesia
• “IN THE NAME OF IDENTITY”, Tanah Tho Gallery, Bali, Indonesia
• “ENTITAS NURANI 2”, Art Centre, Bali, Indonesia

2012
•"PAINTING @ DRAWING", Tony Raka Gallery, Bali, Indonesia
• "Hello, Goodbye, It is all about East and West", Willem Kerseboom Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
• "FACE FACE FACE", Tobin Ohashi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
• "The Cocks are Still Fighting", Syang Art Gallery, Magelang, Indonesia
• "Sudamala : An Artistic Journey", Sudakara Art Space, Bali, Indonesia
• "In Memories", La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand

Tin Win

Born in Myanmar in 1952, U Tin Win is regarded as a “master artist” in his country with influence on younger artists throughout Southeast Asia. 

His artwork celebrates beauty, grace, and tradition culture of various ethnic tribes in Myanmar in the most stunning way.  His photorealism artwork demonstrates U Tin Win's unparalleled painting skill at its highest level. 

His work can be found in numerous collections including institutions, companies, high profile individuals as well as prominent world’s political leaders.




Chitmanee Chongwitookit

Born in 1986 in Thailand

Education

B.F.A. Painting. Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Metafora International Workshop, Barcelona, Spain
Nimitz Highschool, Texas, USA

Group Exhibitions


2011
• “For Japan,” Nospace Gallery, RCA, Bangkok
• “ID-saTee,” Teeoli d’walk of art space, Bangkok
• “Art Thesis Exhibition 2010,” by the Graduating Class of The Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok

2009
• “From Her Side”, Merz Art Space, Bangkok
• “Art for the Environmental Crisis,” The Queen’s Gallery, Bangkok

2008
• “Free Range,” Metafora’s Summer Exhibition, Barcelona, Spain

2007
• “EXPRESSA'T,” Barcelona’s World AIDS Day, Barcelona, Spain
• “Fridolf Doesn’t Weld” Metafora’s Winter Exhibition, Barcelona, Spain

2006
• 5th International Triennial of Graphic Art, Bitola, Macedonia
• 15th International Biennale of Children and Youth Graphic Art, Torun, Poland
• Digital Media group exhibition, Silpakorn University, Bangkok

2005
• The “losif Lser” International Contemporary Engraving Biennial Exhibition, Ploiestri, Romania

2002
• Nimitz Annual Art Exhibition, Texas, USA

Duenchuang Nindee

2010
B.F.A First class honor majoring in Thai Art, Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Art, Silpakorn University

Workshop and Residency program

2011
Artist-in-residence Asian culture project for Artist and professional in Gwangju, South Korea

2010
Contemporary Art Thai Youth project in Los Angeles, USA.

Work and Exhibitions

2010
• Reflection of voice Exhibition at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
• Thai Contemporary Art Exhibition: Imagination in Thai Art by Department of Thai Art, Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Art and Thai Bank Museum, The Siam Commercial Bank
• Joining Contemporary Art Thai Youth Camp (Fine Art) at Ban Dum Nang Lae, Chiengrai
• Contemporary Art Thai Youth exhibition in Los Angeles, USA. Royal Thai Consulate- General Los Angeles, USA
• Contemporary Art Thai Youth exhibition at The Queen’s Gallery, Bangkok
• Thai Art Exhibition by Thai Art students from Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Art, Silpakorn University
• 22nd Art Exhibition by Toshiba and Silpakorn University

2009
10th Silpa Silpin Silpakorn Exhibition

Honors

2010
Representative from Thailand to the 5th Contemporary Art Youth Project (Fine Art), USA
• Received the Bhumibol Scholarship from Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn
• Received Ms .Mathini Taravanichkul’s scholarship
• Received the scholarship from Prem Tinsulanonda Foundation

2009
Thai Lifestyle 2009 Calendar by Kanoksin Export Import Co.,Ltd.
• Selected as a lecturer to teach painting to the youth in 175th Anniversary of relationship between Thailand and USA, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Ditapong Boonsanong

1976 Born in Singburi, Thailand

Education

• B.F.A Painting, Faculty of Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok
• M.F.A Painting, Faculty of Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok

Awards & Honors

2008
Supporting Award, The 10 th Panasonic Contemporary Art Competition

2007
Honorable Mention Award, “Mong Singha Phan Silapa” (View Singha through Art) Competition, Singha Corporation Co., Ltd.

2006
Second Prize, Supporting Award by Krung Thai Bank, The 52 nd National Art Exhibition

2005
Honorable Mention Award – Special Technique, “60 th Anniversary of Accession to the Throne” art competition by Saha Pathanapibul Pcl.

2004
• Third Prize Winner, The 6 th Panasonic Contemporary Art Competition
• Second Prize, Supporting Award by Krung Thai Bank, The 50 th National Art Exhibition

2003
• First Prize Winner, The 5 th Panasonic Contemporary Art Competition
• Certificate of Honor, The 9 th Thailand’s Selected Art Exhibition by Phillip Morris (Thailand) Ltd.
• Outstanding Award, The 16 th “Bring Good to Life” Art Competition, Toshiba Thailand Co., Ltd.
• Certificate of Honor, The 18 th PTT Art Exhibition by PTT Pcl.

1999
• Grand Prize Winner, The 6 th Phillip Morris Thailand Art Competition
• Supporting Award, The 16 th Young Artist Contemporary Art Exhibition
• Outstanding Award, The 11 th “Bring Good to Life” Art Competition, Toshiba Thailand Co., Ltd.

1998
• Special Award, The 10 th “Bring Good to Life” Art Competition, Toshiba Thailand Co., Ltd.
• Bronze Medal – Contemporary Painting, The 22 nd Bualuang Art Competition

Feng Fangyu

Feng Fangyu was born in Jiangnan, a region that lies just south of the Yangtze Delta. Tea, silk, jade, and rice are all produced in Jiangnan. Today these items are nearly synonymous with China , demonstrating immense influence by a region that comprises just 5% of its country. In his series May Rain, the artist celebrates two of the region's most coveted forms of cultural heritage -- Kun Opera and traditional garden design, both listed as world treasures by the UNESCO World Heritage Foundation. May Rain is Feng Fangyu's love letter to the dying arts of his childhood home.

Born after the Cultural Revolution, the artist is able to view the past through a romantic lens; Feng Fangyu is not burdened by the restless discontent evident in the art of the previous generation. Instead, he documents emotion, not politics. The atmospheric quality of imperial art forms is celebrated through the artist's mise-en-scène works. While color and movement pay tribute to the dramatic style of Chinese opera performance, elegant garden settings serve as a poised backdrop to barely restrained moods. Within these emotional landscapes, flames can yield to softness or they can destroy. In Misguidance, we observe the protagonist on a rooftop as strong winds surround him. It's difficult to say whether he stands in defiance or wonderment of the mischievous forces. The arrangement of ambiguous emotion suggests a story beyond the single moment revealed to us.

May Rain 's well-crafted images highlight the theatre of love -- its torment, sweetness, pleading, and capriciousness. An expert in photography and digital imaging, Feng Fangyu spent painstaking hours laboring over each scene. Ironically, such focus and desire for perfection has resulted in works that seemingly expose humankind's impotence to exert influence over what matters most to us. Even in Love, an idealized lovers' gaze is interrupted by the dangerous presence of fire. The series is an exercise in accepting one's inability to control or create permanence.

Feng Fangyu won his first international award last June in Austria ’s Trierenberg Super Circuit Show, after less than two years as a fine art photographer. His wistful images were published in 2 issues of PICS last year alone and featured on the visual arts website www.imagecn.cn. An interview with Hong Kong 's Photography Journal was published in spring 2010.

Knakorn Kachacheewa



Education


1969 Born in Bangkok , Thailand
1994 B.F.A. Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University , Bangkok
1995 M.F.A. Grapic Arts, Silpakorn University , Bangkok

Awards

1992
• Supporting Award, The 9 th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artist

1993
• Silpa Bhirasri Gold Medal Award, The 10 th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists
• Award Winner, 5 th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art Competition

1995
• 2nd Prize, 7th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art Competition

1996
• 2nd Prize, 8th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art Competition
• 1st Graphic Arts Prize, Gold Medal, The 42nd National Exhibition of Art
• Award Winner, Contemporary Art Exhibition, Thai Farmers Bank

1997
• Award Winner, 9th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art Competition
• 2nd Graphic Arts Prize, Silver Medal, The 43 rd National Exhibition of Art
• 1st Prize, Contemporary Art Exhibition, Thai Farmers Bank

2000
• 2nd Graphic Arts Prize, Silver Medal, The 48th National Exhibition of Art

2003
• Honarary Mention, The National Festival of Graphic Arts, Cluj-Napoca / 2003, Romania

Solo Exhibitions

2005 Drama of Life, Surapon Gallery, Bangkok
2007 Instrumental, Surapon Gallery, Bangkok

Selected Group Exhibitions

1990-1993
• The 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists, Bangkok

1991-1995
• The 6th and 8th International Print Exhibition Miniature, Norway

1991-1997
• The 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art Competition , Bangkok

1992-1995
• The 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th “Thailand Petroleum Authority” Arts Exhibition of Art, Bangkok

1993
• An Exhibition of Prints, Space YZ, University of Western Sydney, Nepean, Australia

1996
• International Print Triennial Society “CRACOW”, Poland
• International Print Exhibition, the Portland Art Museum, U.S.A
• IV Bienal Internacional de Grabado, Caixa Ourense, Espana

1997
• Sightline: An International Symposium and Exhibition Program on Printmaking and Image Culture Edmonontion, Alberta, Canada

1998
• Eastern Approaches Contemporary Prints from Japan, Korea, Thailand, China, Beldam Gallery, England
• 5th Biennial of Graphic Art Beograd 98, International Exhibition, Yugoslavia
• Tokyo International Mini-Print Triennial, Tokyo, Japan

1999
• The 4th Kochi International Triennial Exhibition of Prints, Kochi, Japan

2000
• Thai Contemporary Art 2000, Art Centre Silpakorn University
• Bangkok Art Gallery, California Polytechnic University, U.S.A., Kunstwerk, Kunstchakter, Cologne, Germany
• VI Biennal Internacional de Grabado, Caixa Ourense, Espana
• The 3rd International Triennial of Graphic Art Bitola, Macedonia

2001
• The 10th International Biennial Print and Drawing Exhibition 2001 Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
• The 11th International Print Biennial Varna Bulgaria
• The 5th Bharat Bhavan International Biennial of Print-Art-2001. Bhopal, India

2002
• Project Revista De Arte Postal Mail Art. Magazine by Jose’e Roberto Sechi Rio de Janeiro, Brasil 2002
• The 5th Kochi International Triennal Exhibition of Prints, Kochi, Japan
• MICRO-ART, Project by Bruno Capatti, Medicina , Italy
• Make Art Not War, Project by Smith & Gold Nobel Ontario 2002, Canada
• International Mail Art Project by Sigismund Urban in Collaboration with Fantasy Tattoo, Berlin, Germany

2003
• Art and The Printing Press Biennial 2003 “L’ARTE E IL TORCHIO” Italy
• The 4th Kyoto International Woodprint Association “KIWA” Kyoto, Japan
• Art Exhibition “Different Wall, Different Way, Different Work” Department of Fine Arts Faculty of Architecture, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok
• Art in Box the 4 th Thai Contemporary Art Exhibition of the Occasion of the 60th Anniversary Celebration of Silpakorn University
• The International Festival of Graphic Arts, Cluj-Napoca/2003, Romania

2004
• The 10 th Anniversary of Department of Fine Arts, Bangkok

2005
• Thai-German, Contemporary Art Exchange 2003, Cologne, Germany

2007
• “No Picnic Printed Exchange” art exhibition, La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok
• “400 Artists self-portrait” art exhibition, Silom Galleria, Bangkok
• The 8 th Thai contemporary art exhibition , Silpakorn University Art Gallery, Bangkok
• International small graphic forms and ex-libris ostrow Wielkotolski

Pasut Kranrattanasuit

Born 30 April 1971, Bangkok

Education

2009 Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK MFA Art Practice
2007 Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, UK The Research Development Programme
2006 Silpakorn University, Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Bangkok Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture
2005 Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux- Arts, Paris, France Certificate of Exchange Programme (Professor Richard Deacon)
2004 Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze, Italy Certificate in Marble Carving (Professor Romano Luccachini)
2003 Silpakorn University, Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Bangkok Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture (2nd Class Honours)

Awards and Honors

2010
• Silpa Bhirasri Creativity Grants 10th : 2010 A Program to Honour Thai Artists of distinction 10th Serie : 2010

2005
• Exchange Programe at Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux- Arts, Paris, France
• Second Prize Silver Medal (sculpture) Fifty-First National Exhibition of Art, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok

2004
• Sculpture “Coin” selected to install as public art in front of The Stock Exchange of Thailand
• The Winner Prize (Invited Artist), SET Sculpture Award
• Selected as one of twenty artists to participate in Fucine Tillanza 2004, Centro Pistoia Fiere, Pistoia, Italy

2003
• Italy Government Scholarship for Studying Marble Carving Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze, Italy (8 months)
• Second Prize Silver Medal (sculpture) Forty-Ninth National Exhibition of Art, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok

2001
• First Prize Gold Medal (sculpture) Forty-Seventh National Exhibition of Art, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok
• Freeman Fellowship Winner in Sculpture for 2001- 2002 Artist-in-Residence, Vermont Studio Center, USA

2000
• Represented Thailand in the 2000 Iwamizawa International Sculpture Camp, Sapporo, Japan
• Asia-Europe Young Artist Painting Certificate

Solo Exhibitions

2010
p(L)ay attention, Ardel Gallery, Bangkok

2009
Pay Attention, Office of Educational Affairs, Royal Thai Embassy, London

2007
Just... But not as usual, Silom Galleria Art Space, Bangkok (catalogue)

2005
Paris, Galerie Gauche, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux- Arts, Paris, France

2004
• Objective & Subjective, Goethe Institut, Bangkok
• Dissolveze, Grand Hall (Outdoor), Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze, Italy

2003
• Artist's Portrait, The Art Gallery, Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok (catalogue)
• Stamp, The Art Center 7th Floor, Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok (catalogue)

2002
Meditation, Red Mill Gallery, Vermont Studio Center, USA (catalogue)

2000
Memoirs Idea Dream, Baan Bangkok Gallery, Bangkok (catalogue)

Selected Exhibitions

2011
SPIRITUTAINMENT, 100 Tonson Gallery

2010
Be Skeptical, Group Exhibition at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC)

2009
Goldsmiths MFA Degree Show’09, Goldsmiths College, London Group/Grope, Area 10 Project Space, London

2008
The New Cross Art Prize exhibition, Lewisham Art House, London

2006
• La Nuit Blanche, 59 Rue Rivoli, Paris (Video Art)
• Space Lap, University College London, UK
• Fifty- One National Exhibition of Art, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok (catalogue)

2005
6+1+1, The Art Centre, Silpakorn University (catalogue)

2004
• SET Sculpture Award by The Stock Exchange of Thailand, Bangkok (catalogue)
• Fucine Tillanza 2004, Centro Pistoia Fiere, Pistoia, Italy (catalogue)

2003
• When Attitude Becomes Form, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok (catalogue) THAILAND
• A New Vision: Twenty-six young Thai photographers explore the kingdom, Silpakorn Art Center, Bangkok (catalogue)

2001
• Heaven’s Garden, Goethe-Institute, Bangkok (catalogue)

2000
• Asia-Europe Young Artist’s Painting, South Korea Young Artist’s Perspective, Yamawa Gallery, Japan Art and Animal Rights Project, organized by the Thai Society for Conservation of Wild Animals (TSCWA), Thailand (catalogue)

Fellowships and Scholarships

2005
French Government Scholarship

2004
Royal Thai Government Scholarship

2003
Italian Government Scholarship

2002
Freeman Fellowship, Vermont Studio Center, USA (March-April, 2002)

2001
Thawan Dachanee - The Siam Commercial Bank Scholarship

2000
Japan Department of Culture Scholarship Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts Scholarship

Brett Neal

1962 Born in Tawau , Malaysia

1976 First art prize at the public gallery “Towner art gallery” Eastbourne , UK while studied at Eastbourne College

1978 First contact with David Hockney

1980 Studied and worked as a traditional hand made picture framer and was introduced to sculpting in wood and guilding

1982 Studied picture restoration and the science of painting and the classical materials under Antonio di Medido

1983 Won first prize and a one man show at the “Union Gallery” in San Francisco

1984 Moved back to London and spent time with David Hockney, Francis Bacon and Gilbert and George. Learnt a lot from them.

1985 Patronized by Sir John Pritchard (conductor) and managed by Basil Horsfield (manager of Kiri Te Kanawa). Moved to Monte-Carlo. Solo expo at the “Martinez Hotel”, France during the Cannes Film Festival
Portrait of Kiri Te Kanawa and Lord Edward Montague of Beaulieu in London

1986 Worked mainly on commission pieces. Studied marble sculpture in Italy and etching in Paris . Won many minor art prizes around France .

1987 Guest lecturer and art teacher in anatomy at “Beaux-art”

1988 Portrait commissions both in oil and marble, moving between France and America

1989 Worked on “To Anyone who Cares”, a series of 24 large canvases on the lives of street children in London . Shown at the “Hampshire Gallery”, London

1991 Worked as designer at the Monte-Carlo Opera and worked for portraits by commission only

1992 Went into recluse in Vence , France . Turned into teaching as head teacher at the VAAS Foundation, former studio of Jean Dubuffet

1993 Still disillusioned with the art world and the damands. Remained and enjoyed teaching. Refused all commission work

1994 Portrait of John Green as a knight. Worked both in France and Australia

1995 Worked in Australia for the two large “Prodigal Son” pieces

1996 Worked on large commission from Billabong in Australia , and two portraits in Los Angeles , Senator of Nevada, Bill Hernstadt

1997 Burnt out again. Moved back to France and opened a school and studied stained glass

1998 Worked on “Hidden Agenda,” a large tryptic

1999 Carried on with teaching, refusing all commission work

2000 Portrait of Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach in London . Still running the school

2001 Portraits of several well known people in the US

2002 Closed the school to concentrate on finding a new direction

2003 Opened own gallery in France and started work on Ringo Starr’s Hand commission

2004 Won prize at the “Not the Turner Prize” Competition, Mall Gallery, London. Started the anatomical stained glass pieces

2005 Worked to show only in own gallery

2006 Closed gallery. Moved to Thailand

Chainapa Lepajarn

Chainapa Lepajarn was born in 1955

• B.F.A. (Sculpture), Silpakorn University
• M.F.A. (Sculpture), Silpakorn University

Selected Exhibitions :

1983 - 1st Sculpture Exhibition, Silpakorn University
1984 - 30th National Exhibition of Art, Thailand
1988 - Art Exhibition of The Thai Artist, Germany
1992 - Sculpture Exposition' 93 The Centennial Celebration of Silpa Bhirasri
1994 - Art Exhibition by the College of Fine Art's member at the National Gallery,
Chao Fah Road
1995 - Art Exhibition "Root Group 1" at the National Gallery, Chao Fah Road
1996 - Art Exhibition "Root Group 2" at Seri Art Gallery
1996 - Golden Jubilee Art Exhibition, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Thailand
1998 - Art Sculpture Exhibition "Art Project on Footpath"
2000 - Art Sculpture Exhibition "Before Start Infinitely" No. 1
2002 - Art Sculpture Exhibition "Before Start Infinitely" No. 2
2003 - The Group Exhibition "Small Sculpture" for 20th Anniversary "Thai Sculptor Association"
2003 - Joining the Agora Project 2003 in Vienna, Austria and Budapest, Hungary
2004 - The 4th Thai Contemporary Art Project 2003 -2004 (Art in Box), Silom Art Gallery

Awards :

1971 - Admire Prize "Ceramic Art", College of Fine Art, Thailand
1996 - Certificate of Honor, RAMA 9 Art Foundation
1997 - "Wind & Wave No. 2" sculpture selected by Food and Drug Administration building
2000 - Certificate of Honor from Silpakorn University for presenting sculpture to H.M. the King on the 72nd Anniversary
2003 - Selected as 1 of 5 best artist for Silpa Bhirasri Scholarship 2003

Selected Public / Commercial Works
:

• Garuda at Wisetniyom Building facade
• Wind and Wave No. 2 at Food and Drug Administration building
• Bas relief "Story of the Constructionof Siriraj Hospital", Golden Jubilee building, Siriraj Hospital
• Round relief of "Chao Khun Norrat" at Wat Thepairintrawas
• Water Sculpture in Mahachai New Town
• Chinese Lion Sculpture, Thai Asahi Glass, Plc.
• Indonesian Art in bas relief, Pegasus Member Club
• Sculptures in The Mall's Amusement Park branch no. 2, 5, and 6
• Their Majesty Royal Emblems work for Jitlada Royal Palace
• "Nang Kaew Arch" one of the grand arch series setting on Rajdamnern Rd. to commemorate H.M. the King's Golden Jubilee
• Bas relief of our lady Mother of God, Church of our Lady Mother of God
• A medal of praise "Saint Nicholas Bunkert Kidbumrung"
•"Dancing Farmer", House of Minister Boonchu Rojanasatian
• Sculpture and painting, Residential Building Doi Tung's Exhibition Room, Chiang Mai
• Sculpture at Hall of Opium, Golden Triangle, Chiang Rai

 

Christian Develter

1968 Born in Blankenberge, Belgium
1990 Graduated Fine Arts, Institute of Fine Arts , St Lucas, Gent Belgium
1993 Graduated Fashion Department, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp Belgium
2005 Finalist Sovereign Art Foundation, Hong Kong , China

Solo Exhibitions

2007 “10 Year Anniversary Pacific Cigar Thailand ”, China House, Oriental Hotel Bangkok
2007 “Club Divas and Femme Fatales “ V9” , Sofitel Bangkok
2007 “Khmer Feminitude” Hotel De La Paix, Siem Reap, Cambodia
2006 “Senses of Asia ” Chiva Som Resort, Hua Hin , Thailand
2006 “Japanese Paintings by Christian Develter”, JW Marriott, Bangkok , Thailand
2005 “Daughters of the Dragon” La Luna Gallery, Chiang Mai , Thailand
2005 “Christian Develter Revealed” Chiva Som Resort, Hua Hin , Thailand
2005 “Christian Develter meets the Met” Metropolitan Hotel, Bangkok , Thailand
2003 “The Colors of Life” Schoeni Arts de Vivre, Bangkok , Thailand
2003 “Oriental” China House, Oriental Hotel, Bangkok , Thailand
2003 “Look Out” The Peak, Hong Kong , China
2002 “Impressies uit het Verre Oosten”, Porters House, Antwerp , Belgium
2001 “Introducing Christian Develter”, Wilkhahn, Antwerp , Belgium
1999 “Christian Develter” + Gallery, Antwerp , Belgium
1998 “Indian Summer” The Hutheesing Haveli, Ahmedabad , India
1996 “Visit to China ” Chinese Taipei Trade Office, Oriental House, Antwerp , Belgium
1994 “Christian Develter in Flinckenheuvel”, Antwerp , Belgium

Group Exhibitions

2007 “Celebrating the 120 th Anniversary of Japan-Thailand Diplomatic Relations” La Luna, Chiang Mai, Thailand
2005 “Sovereign Art Foundation”, Bulgari 2005, Hong Kong , China
2005 “Hans Christian Andersen”, La Luna, Chiang Mai, Thailand
2004 “Art” Celebrating 100 years Diplomatic Relations, Belgian Embassy, Siam Society, Bangkok, Thailand 2002 “Carnival of Art” The Sukhothai Hotel, Bangkok , Thailand
2000 “Linart 2000: + Gallery, ent, Belgium
1995 “Tollart 1995” Tollhuis, Antwerp, Belgium

David Gerstein

1944 Born in Jerusalem

1965-66 Studied at the Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem

1966-68 Studied at the Ecole Superieure des Beaux Arts, Paris

1968-70 Studied at the Arts Students League, New York

1973-74 Post graduate studies at St. Martin's School of Art, London

1971-85 Senior Lecturer at the Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem

Solo Exhibitions

1971 Engel Gallery, Jerusalem

1972 The Artists' House, Jerusalem

1980 Horace Richter Gallery, Tel Aviv

1982 Horace Richter Gallery, Tel Aviv

1984 Radius Gallery, Tel Aviv (a member of Radius Group)

1987
Israel Museum, Jerusalem ("From Dudu to 3-D")
Albert White Gallery, Toronto

1988 Haifa Museum of Contemporary Art ("Frames")

1989
Herzliya Museum ("Totems")
Albert White Gallery, Toronto
"Art 20" International Art Fair, Basel

1992
Yavneh Art Workshop ("Pupils")
"Art Frankfurt" International Art Fair

1993 Ashdod Museum ("Extended Pupils")

1994 Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv ("Cutouts")

1995
"Art Multiple", Dusseldorf
Conzen Gallery, Dusseldorf

1996
Center of Performing Arts, Tel Aviv
Moria Gallery, Washington D.C.
"Art Multiple", Dusseldorf
Zimmermann und Heitmann Gallery
Dortmund Breitbach Gallery, Unna

1997
"Encircled People", Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
Conzen Gallery, Dusseldorf
Galerie IM
Kornbrennerei Museum
Telgte Edition of Art, Innsbruck
Gallery 33
Essen Gallery Ostendorf, Munster

1998
Gallery Regenbogen, Stuttgart
Gallery Menzel Bad Honef
Gallery Auf der Treppe, Limburg
Gallery Konig, Darmstadt

1999
Ambassador Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida
Gallery Silecchia, Sarasota, Florida
Newbury Fine Art Gallery, Boston
Stricoff Gallery, New York
Aduko France Fine Art, Paris
Lyon Art Symbol, Paris
Art Seiffer, St Paul de Vence Gallery Plakart, Frankfurt
Gallery Veith, Ludwigsburg Gallery Hohmann, Koln Gallery Krombholz, Koln

2000
Gallery 33
Essen Gallery Fischerplatz
Ulm Galerie de Cannes
Cannes Galeria Chabonion le Baron
Lareunion Art Symbol, Paris
Galleria di Sorrento, Las Vegas, NV
Danielle Peleg, West Bloomfield, MI
Gallery "PZ", Krefeld

2001
New River Gallery, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Galleria Silecchia, Sarasota, FL
Stricoff Gallery, New York
Newbury Fine Art, Boston
Barrington Gallery of London, New York
"Tango Sur Seine", paintings, Artists House, Jerusalem
"Pixul", Art Gallery at The Memorial Center, Kiriat Tivon
"The Private Sector", Meirov Municipal Art Gallery, Holon

2002
"Balance Trial", The Municipal Gallery
"On the Cliff", Netania
Osklen Multimedia Space, Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Peter's Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
Mensing Gallery, Hamm, Germany
"No Favorite Color", Street Installation during Documenta, Kassel, Germany
Nord L/B Gallery, Hannover, Germany

2003
Nuances et Lumiere Gallery, Lyon, France
Clube A Hebrica, Sao-Paulo, Brazil
Galery Genner-Duisburg, Germany
"Typical Section" Art Center at Ma'alot, Israel
Art Symbol Galery, Paris, France

2004
Galerie Am-Dom, Wetzlar, Germany
Star Gallery, East Sussex, England
Ostendorf, Munster, Germany
"In constant movement" Municipal Gallery, Ness-Tsiona, Israel
Galeria Kreisler, Madrid, Spain
Gstaad Adler, Geneva, Switzerland

2005
Mensing Galleries in Hamburg, Berlin, Hanover, Germany
Coda Gallery, Palm Desert, CA, USA
Galerie Nuance et Lumiere, Lyon, France
Due-Diligence, Stadtische Galerie im Park, Viersen, Germany

2007
Gana Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea
Gallery Ermanno Tedeshi, Milan, Italy
The Catto gallery, England
Mensing Galleries in Dusseldorf, Munich & Hambourg, Germany
Rollebeek Gallery 28, Brussels, Belgium

2008
Ermanno Tedeshi Gallery - Milan, Italy
Gana Art gallery, Seoul, Korea
Mensing Galleries in Dusseldorf, Frankfurt & Hambourg, Germany
Ermanno Tedeshi Gallery, Rome, Italy
Mairie de Hesperange - Luxembourg
Rollebee Gallery 28, Brussels, Belgium
Gana Gallerry, Busan - Korea
Cultural Center, Modiin, Israel

2011
"Steel to Life", La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand

Select Art in Public Spaces

1985 "Bicycle Rider", Hebrew University, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem

1986 "The White Rider", City of Lod

1988 Sculptural children's playground, Weiller Park, Jerusalem

1992 "Kiosk", Israel Museum, Jerusalem Six sculptures at Avdat archeological site, the Negev

1993 "Great Tree", billboard project in Ramat Hasharon Wall relief, main office of the Electric Company, Jerusalem

1994 "Ladder of Motives", Open Museum, Tefen

1995
Two wall pieces for Bank Leumi, Tel Aviv
"The Flower Vase", Bank Leumi, Rehovot
"Jacob's Ladder", Israel Festival, Jerusalem

1996
"Scientific Orange", Rehovot shopping & central bus station Mall, Israel Festival, Jerusalem
"Head Within a Head", the Hebrew University, Jerusalem
"Vases", Brigada Street, Herzliya

1997
"Above the Head", Installation, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
"City Square", Center of Performing Arts, Tel Aviv
"Pupils", Dizengoff Street, Tel Aviv

1998 Cow, Raanana Park, Raanana

1999
A Whole World, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
The Bus, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Homage to Alterman, Dizingoff Street, Tel Aviv

2000 Audience, Jerusalem Theater, Jerusalem

2001
"Day and Night", Bezeq Lobby, Azrieli Center, Tel Aviv
"Colors from Nature", Horev Center, Haifa
"Things that come from the Heart" (sculptures), Ramat Alon Park, Haifa

2002
"Soul Bird", Holon
"Digital Zabar", Waddi Nisnass, Haifa
"No Favorite Color", 3 months Installation, Kassel, Germany
"Shalom On Israel", Rabin Building, Judaism Center, Hebrew University, Jerusalem

2003
"Blue Mermaid", Kiryat Yam, Haifa
"Rush Hour", Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel

2005
"Sun Rise" High School, Ashkelon, Israel
"Butterflies", Harel, High School, Mevaseret, Israel

2007 "Ohel Moed", Sculpture Park, kibbutz Hatzerim, negev, Israel

2008
"Momentum" CBD, Singapore 2008
"Star City", Seoul, Korea

2008
"Field of Butterflies" Lobby of "Beit Reich", Tel AViv, Israel
6 sculptures ("Sport Island"), Netania, Israel
"Ladderman", "Euphoria", and "Butterflies", Millennium Residence, Bangkok, Thailand


Elizabeth Romhild

Talented self-taught artist Elizabeth Romhild’s creative training has developed in parallel with her firsthand worldly experiences of the differing cultures and localities she has been immersed within throughout her life.

Born in Denmark in 1960 to an Armenian Iranian father and Danish mother, from an early age Elizabeth found it natural to draw from differing cultural influences. Spending her childhood in Iran, with her adult years spent in Saudi Arabia, America, Indonesia, and nearly the last two decades in her adoptive home of Thailand, Elizabeth’s unique heritage and worldly experiences instill her creativity with distinct individuality.

Solo Exhibitions

1986
Water colour exhibition at Kalista Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

1988
First One Woman Show in Oils at Duta Fine Arts Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

1996
"Depth of Feelings" First One Woman Show of Oils and Sketches, Bangkok, Thailand

1997
The Grand Hyatt Erawan, Bangkok, coincided with the visit to Thailand of H.R.H. Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark
”Women & Oranges” Sheraton Grande, Bangkok, Thailand

1998

“Women Carnival” solo exhibition at The Pacific City Club, Bangkok, Thailand
“Looking Back”, a retrospect of all to-date work at 2 Oceans 23 Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
"Sensualitet i Farver" solo exhibition at Ebeltoft Kunstforening Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

1999
“Oriental Mystic”, exhibition of inks at 2 Oceans 23, Bangkok, Thailand

2000
"Women & Sensuality" Solo exhibition of latest works at Pacific City Club, Bangkok, Thailand
"Elizabeth's Exotic World" Solo exhibition at Galerie Knud Grothe, Copenhagen, Denmark

2001
"Seduction" Solo preview exhibition of latest works at Pacific City Club, Bangkok, Thailand
"Seduction" Solo exhibition of oil paintings at Ebeltoft Kunstforening Gallery, Denmark in connection with the city’s 700 year celebration

2002
”Fever”, solo exhibition at H Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
”Forbidden Fruit” solo exhibition at Galerie Knud Grothe, Copenhagen, Denmark

2003
”Passion Play” solo exhibition at H Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

2004
”Impromptu” solo exhibition at Palace Hotel, Gstaad, Switzerland
”Bliss” solo exhibition at H Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
“Elizabeth’s Odyssey” solo exhibition at Galerie Knud Grothe, Copenhagen, Denmark
Exhibition of recent works at Opera gallery, Singapore

2006
“Cynosure” solo exhibition at H Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
"Temptress" solo exhibition at Galerie Knud Grothe, Copenhagen, Denmark

2007
"ALLURE" solo exhibition at Galleri Soto, Aalborg, Denmark

2008
"DAWN" solo exhibition at Galerie Knud Grothe, Copenhagen, Denmark
Solo exhibition at Ebeltoft Kunst Forening, Ebeltoft, Denmark

2009
Solo exhibition at Fredericia Kunst Forening, Fredericia, Denmark
"Elizabeth Romhild Other Spirit" solo exhibition at Gallery Clifford, Vejle, Denmark

2010
"Wild & Whimsical" Solo exhibition at La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand
"EROS" Exhibition at Galerie Knud Grothe, Copenhagen, Denmark

Group Exhibitions

1986
Exhibition at “Yayasan Mitra Budaya,” Jakarta, Indonesia

1986
“Exposisi Cat Air 86” at Mitra Budaya, Jakarta, Indonesia

1997
International Visual Art Exhibition at Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand
Collection of Oil paintings at Carpediem Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

1998
Group exhibition at Kuppa, Bangkok, Thailand

1999
December Group Show at 2 Oceans 23, Bangkok, Thailand
Exhibition of drawings at Gallery Babette, Ebeltoft, Denmark

2002
Valentine Show of oil paintings at Bloxham Galleries, London, United Kingdom

2004
Exhibition at Galerie Delio Romang, Gstaad, Switzerland
Exhibition at Galerie Delio Romang, Lugano, Switzerland
“Trails of the East” at Opera gallery, Singapore

2005
Exhibition at Opera gallery, Hong Kong

2009
"Kunst For Alvor" at Paradehuset Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark
Florence Biennale 2009, Florence, Italy

2010
The affordable art fair, New York City, USA (represented by La Lanta Fine Art)
Guest artist at newly opened Kunsthallen, Ebeltoft, Denmark

Public Collections

Ambercon, Aalborg, Denmark
Nykredit, Copenhagen
Gerling Global Reinsurance, Singapore
Bank of Asia, Bangkok, Thailand
The Kuppa, Bangkok, Thailand
The Barbican, Bangkok, Thailand
District Central Pharmacy, Copenhagen, Denmark
Dominick Company AG, Zurich, Switzerland
Chulalongkorn Breast Cancer Center, Bangkok, Thailand
DZ Company, Bangkok, Thailand
Formuepleje, Aarhus, Denmark
Mols-Linien, Ebeltoft, Denmark

Hugo Garcia Urrutia and MK Semos

HUGO GARCIA URRUTIA

Architectural training is always very prominent in the work of Hugo Garcia Urrutia, originally from Juarez, Mexico. Graduated from Texas Tech University in 2000, with a Bachelor of Architecture and Design, Garcia Urrutia worked in the field professionally for five years before founding the Decorazon Gallery in Dallas' Bishop Arts District in 2004. He has participated in national and international art-architecture competitions and public projects including the 2000 National Urban Poetry I Competition sponsored by AIA Cincinnati and International Architecture Competition sponsored by magazine, ARQUINE, 2005. Most recently he has participated in exhibitions by curator, Charissa N. Terranova PhD, at University of Dallas, and one upcoming at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary (MAC) Dallas, presenting large scale installation art material he has been developing in response to Mexico's rising acts of violence and challenges the country faces. Interested in strong concept and exploring different mediums, Garcia Urrutia conveys his message in a very indirect format, while creating visual simulation for the viewer.

MK SEMOS

Greek-American photographer MK Semos is a highly committed professional whose deep appreciation of beauty and culture can be found in each of her photographs.  She specializes in travel, portrait, and environmental art photography, but is most well known for her 10+ years of work with the Holga camera. Born in Dallas, Texas, she earned Bachelor Degrees in Photojournalism and Photo-Illustration from the University of Texas at Austin in 1995.  Semos' love and devotion to travel translates directly into the kinetic energy one feels while viewing her images. She has freelanced for New York Magazine, Business Traveler and Timeout NY, and recently her artwork has been highlighted and reviewed in publications as The Dallas Morning News and Daily Candy. She currently divides her time between New York City and Dallas, Texas, as she, with her partner, Garcia Urrutia, owns and operates the Decorazon Gallery.

Hugo Garcia Urrutia and MK Semos first collaborated in 2005, when they did a public art project in the form of a life-size photography art installation in the newly constructed Rosemont Primary School, Chris V. Semos campus. They have been collaborating ever since.

The latest news on this collaborative team is that they have earned an artist in residency with the luxe Fairmont Hotel chain, where they will be producing brand new artwork in house, in the Fairmont's downtown Dallas location, from April through June 2011.

Jiratchaya Pripwai

2010        
The 56th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok
          

2009       
“Esthetic of body” Silom Galleria, Bangkok
“The way to art” exhibition by graduate students, Bangkok Art and Cultural Center, Bangkok
The 2nd Bangkok Triennial International Print and Drawing Exhibition, Bangkok
 
2008    
“Nostalgia” by Vermillion group, Chiang Mai

2007      
“Marking on space”, Chiang Mai
“Conceal” by La Femme group, Chiang Mai

2006
     
“Such is Life” by Beauty Suit group, Chiang Mai
The 52nd National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok
“One by One” Painting department, Faculty of Fine Art, Chiang Mai

2005      
“Flower in our mind” by La Femme group, Chiang Mai

2004
Art and community project, Chiang Mai

2003
      
Contemporary Drawing, Chiang Mai
The 40th Anniversary Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai

Awards

2010       
The Third Honorary Prize, Bronze Medal for Painting, The 56th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok

2009       

Scholarship of General Prem Tinsulanonda Statesman

2008       

First Prize, The 10th Panasonic Contemporary Painting Exhibition
2nd Supporting Prize by Krung Thai Bank, The 54th National Exhibition of art
Distinguished Prize, The 20th Toshiba “Bring Good Things To Life” Art competition.

 

Michele Mikesell

In 2002, Michele Mikesell earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts with a minor in graphic design from Texas Women's University in Denton, TX. Mikesell completed her Master of Fine Arts at the University of Oklahoma in Norman in 2004.

Mikesell is a Dallas Artist who lives and works in Oak Cliff and is currently represented by Chiaroscuro, Sante Fe; JRB Gallery, Oklahoma City; Alan Avery Art Company, Atlanta; and DECORAZON Gallery in Dallas / London.

Mikesell's work can be found internationally in many private and corporate collections, and has been exhibited in many National and International Art Fairs including, Miami Art Basel, The Suite Art Fair Dallas, Texas, Red Dot London, Art Santa Fe, and the Affordable Art Fair New York City and London Battersea Park.

 

 

Nguyen Thuy Huong

Born in 1964 in Hanoi. Currently, Nguyen Thuy Cuong is a lecturer of painting at the Ho Chi Minch City University of Fine Arts.

Selected exhibitions

1996-1999
Annual Young Artist Club Exhibitions

1997 - 2006
Female artist exhibition of Fine Arts Association

1997
“Two Female Artist” Exhibition at Century Saigon Hotel

1999
The Galaxy Fine Art Exhibition
“The Salutation from Hamburg” Vietnam – Germany female artists exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and Hamburg, Germany

2000
National Fine Arts Exhibition

2001
Vietnam – Japan Fine Arts Exhibition

2002
“Vietnamese Souls”, Viet Fine Art Gallery, Hanoi

2003
“Nude Paintings”, Duc Minh Gallery, Ho Chi Minh City

2004
“Creative Camp for HCMC Female Artists” in Dalat

2003 – 2006
Annual Female Artists Exhibitions at HCMC University of Fine Arts


Off-Nibroll
Pitch Tangpun

1980 Born in Suphanburi, Thailand

Education

B.F.A. (Painting) Faculty of Fine Art Rajamangala Institute of Technology, Thailand
M.F.A. (Painting) Faculty of Fine Art and Applied Arts, Silpakorn University, Thailand

Awards

The 3rd Prize, Art Exhibition by The College of Fine Arts, Suphanburi , Thailand
The 3rd Prize, Art Exhibition by The College of Arts, Suphanburi , Thailand
Special Awards,The 19th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists

Exhibitions

Art Exhibition by The College of Fine Arts, Suphanburi
Exhibition "Exhibition in my life 1 / 2544”
The 3rd Nokia Art Awards Asia – Pacific "Eye on the World"
The 19th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artist
The 6th Panasonic Contemporary Painting Exhibition
The 21st Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists
The Affordable Art Fair 2008, New York (represented by La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok)
The Affordable Art Fair 2008, London (represented by Red Gallery, UK)
The Affordable Art Fair 2009, Amsterdam (represented by Red Gallery, UK)
The 20/21 International Art Fair 2009, London (represented by Red Gallery, UK)
Glasgow Art Fair 2009, Glasgow (represented by Red Gallery, UK)
The Affordable Art Fair 2009, London (represented by Red Gallery, UK)
The Affordable Art Fair 2010, New York (represented by La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok)

Ralph Kiggell

1979-83
School of Oriental and African Studies, London University, UK - BA in Chinese Studies & Chinese Art History

1990-92
Toshi Yoshida Studio, Tokyo, Japan

1993-94
Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto, Japan - Research in contemporary woodblock printing and related techniques

1995-99
Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan - Japanese Government Scholarship: MA in contemporary woodblock printing

2001-02 - Bangkok University, Thailand: Artist in Residence

Selected Group Exhibitions

1992 Unesco Art Exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art, Japan

1993
• Sapporo International Print Biennale, Japan (Sponsors’ Prize)
• ‘Kyoten,’ Kyoto Municipal Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan
• Oxford Art Society Show, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, UK

1994 ‘Japanese and Foreign Artists Living in Kyoto,’ Kokusai Koryu Kaikan, Kyoto, Japan

1995 ‘Two Printmakers,’ Kumin Gallery, Setagaya Museum of Art, Tokyo

1997 ‘Vision of the Future,’ Third Capping Exhibition, Pusan Culture Centre, Korea

1998
• ‘Triangle: Three British Artists in Japan,’ CASA, Tokyo, Japan (Part of UK Festival 98 in Japan, sponsored by British Council)
• Aomori Grand Prix Competition Exhibition, Aomori Museum of Art, Aomori, Japan

1999
• Gallery Space 21, Shinbashi, Tokyo, Japan
• Shinjuku Parktower Gallery 3, Tokyo, Japan
• ‘Gobidaiten,’ Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art, Japan
• ‘Samazama Tama,’ Korean Culture Centre, Tokyo, Japan

2000 Third Malaysia Exhibition of International Contemporary Prints, Central Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2002 TaiKoo Place, Hong Kong

2003
• Oxford Visual Arts Festival, Oxford, UK (90-02)
• Yoshida Studio Show, Kabutoya Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (92-02)
• CWAJ Show, American Club, Tokyo, Japan (94, 95, 97, 02)
• Hong Kong Art Walk 2003, Hong Kong

2004
• Oxford Open, Said Business Centre, Oxford, UK
• 'Cross Flows; 4 artists interpret Japan woodblock,' Trans-Genre, Kyoto, Japan

2006
•'Cross Flows; 6 artists interpret Japan woodblock,' Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
• 'Visual Desires' Sunjin Galleries, Singapore
• Edinburgh Art Festival Exhibition
• 'Cross Flows,' Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland

2007
•'Three Printmakers,' Glasgow University, Glasgow, Scotland
• 'On the Cutting; Contemporary Japanese Prints,' American Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA
• CWAJ Show, American Club, Tokyo, Japan (94, 95, 97, 02, 03, 05, 06)

2008
•'New Woodblock Printing,' Chongqing Art Musuem, Chongqing, China

Solo Exhibitions

1994 Daimaru Gallery, Kyoto, Japan

1997
•Gallery Tomos, Tokyo, Japan
• Artspace Haru Kobo, Tsukuba, Japan

1998
•‘Swimmer with Goggles,’ Tokyo Mitsubishi Bank Ginza Branch, Japan
• ‘Swimmers,’ John Batten Gallery, Hong Kong

1999
•‘Landscapes,’ Gallery Tomos, Tokyo
• ‘River,’ Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, London

2000 ‘Hot Garden,’ John Batten Gallery, Hong Kong

2001 ‘Colourium,’ Gallery Saoh-Tomos, Tokyo, Japan

2002
•‘Colourium,’ Bangkok University Gallery, Thailand
• ‘Colourium,’ The Boathouse, Phuket, Thailand

2003
•‘Second Nature,’ John Batten Gallery, Hong Kong
• ‘Second Nature,’ Rotunda Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

2005 'Warm Rain,' Gallery Kanoko, Osaka, Japan

2006
•'Warm Rain,' Ricefield Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
• 'Warm Rain,' St Barnabas Press, Cambridge, England

2007
•'Sacred Sites,' Gallery Ami, Osaka, Japan
• 'Monumental,' Gallery Saoh, Tokyo, Japan

2008 'Momumental,' La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand

Awards

1993 Sponsors’ prize at Sapporo International Print Biennale, Japan
1995-99 Japanese Government scholarship

Richard J. Schroeder

Since I was young, I’ve always had a strong interest in the visual arts and at home I was encouraged by my parents. This interest continued through my young adult life.

For my undergraduate degree in The Fine Arts, I attended California State University in Long Beach with an emphasis in drawing and painting, graduating in 1984.

After four years of pursuing an art career and working in galleries and museums, I decided to return to school for my Masters Degree at the Claremont Graduate School in Southern California, graduating in 1990. For the next ten years I continued to pursue an art career, exhibiting in art galleries in California and Europe. At the same time I’ve always pursued my love for travel, allowing these experiences to influence me and my art.

 

 

Tanupon En-on

Tanupon En-on was born in 1978 in Kon Kaen, Thailand

He received master of Fine Art from the pretigious Silpakorn University of Thailand and is currently teaching at Visual Art Department, Mahasarakam University.

Awards:

• 1st Prize of “The Right of Human Being“
• 1st Prize Gold Medal in Painting of 2nd Amata Art Award 2005
• 2nd Prize in showcase Design of Handicraft Art of Student in the Northeast Region
• 2nd Prize Silver Medal in Painting of 50 th National Exhibition of Art
• 3rd excellence Prize in the 8 th Panasonic contemporary Painting Exhibition
• Merit Prize of 16 th cotemporary Art by Young Artist
• Merit Prize of 6 th contemporary Art held by Panasonic company Limited
• Merit Prize from Krung Thai Bank of 51th National Exhibition of Art
• Merit Prize from Krung Thai Bank of 52th National Exhibition of Art
• The color of Silpakorn Pradit Award of 20th contemporary Art by Young Artist


Viroj Rattanajamjaroen

Viroj Rattanajamjaroen (1976 - 2010)

• College of Fine Arts, Bundit Pattnasilp Institute
• B.F.A. (Painting), Silpakorn University

Exhibitions:

• The 2nd Nokia Art Exhibition
• The 4th Panasonic Contemporary Art Competition
• The 15th Toshiba's Bring Good Things to Life Art Competition
• The 18th Petroleum Authority of Thailand Art Exhibition
• The 5 Decade Anniversary Grand Exhibition of The College of Fine Arts
• The 50th National Art Competition
• The 16th Toshiba's Bring Good Things to Life Art Competition

Awards:

• Silpa Bhirasi Scholarship
• Excellent Award, the 5th Panasonic Contemporary Art Competition
• Honour prize, Phillip Morris Art Competition 2003
• Excellent Award, the 6th Panasonic Contemporary Art Competition

 



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