The National Artist one of the most foremost Asian painters, Mr. Thawan Duchanee has pursued his career throughout the world. His paintings are in an original genre, rooted in a unique Buddhist perspective. These paintings depict the insanity, degeneration, violence, eroticism, and death lurking in the heart of modern man. The artist has shocked the world by creating a uniquely Asian artistic expression. Mr. Thawan is indeed worthy to be called a master of modern Asian art.
Mr. Thawan Duchanee’s activities are not limited to Thailand he is known throughout Asia and the world. He works in an original, dynamic genre rooted in a unique perspective of Thai Buddhism. One of the most foremost Asian artists, he has won wide acclaim from the general public as well as the art critics.
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Pratuang Emjaroen, 86, was born October 9, 1935 in Bangkok. He is a self-taught artist. With determination and patience, his source of learning came from studying art across different cultures and philosophies such as India and China. He believes that nature and the sun are the origins of artistic creativity and both heavily influenced his works. Pratuang creates art through his imagination and his faith in the virtue and goodness to be found in mankind, and optimism. He creates his art work happily with the use of vivid, vibrant colors and powerfully free strokes. Pratuang’s inquisitive nature has played a significant role throughout the different periods of his creativity, including collections like Meeting Sufferings, Universal Learning and other valuable collections. Pratuang built the Emjaroen Art Gallery and opened it to the public in 2007 as a source of art study and a place to exhibit a variety of artistic works. Throughout his career, he has participated in art events as a chairman for opening art exhibitions all over the country, as an invited honored artist for charity events, and as a guest lecturer to students at schools and universities. He has been happily creating his art works for over 50 years, and was honored as National Artist of Thailand in 2005.
The National Artist of Thailand in Fine Art of the year 1999s.
Prayat was born in 1934, Singburi. Received B.F.A. (Painting), Silpakorn University, Bangkok and Dip. (Decorazione), L’Accademia di Belle Art, Rome, Italy. Given several honors including, Accademico Onorario Classe Incisione, L’Accademia Fiorentina Delle Arti Del Disegno, Italy and Accredited “Great Artist” (Graphic Arts) by the Committee of the National Exhibition of Art. Prayat has exhibited widely in Asia and Europe.
Thailand’s National Artist of the year 2009. Preecha Thaothong was born in 1948, Bangkok. Selected to be Thailand’s National Artist in 2009.Received B.F.A. (Painting), Silpakorn University, Bangkok, M.F.A. (Painting), Silpakorn University, Bangkok and Diploma of Drawing, Academy Bella Arte, Rome, Italy. 2000-2003 he was a Dean of The Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok. Present, serves as Assistant Professor of Thai Art Department of Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok.
Preecha finds inspiration in the region’s glorious history. He was one of the seven leading national artists selected to create paintings for “Mahajanaka”, a book penned by His Majesty the King, who himself is a very knowledgeable and versatile artist whether it be in painting, sculpture or photography. More recently Preecha has worked for Thai Airways International (THAI) as its chief artistic consultant for the national flag-carrier’s multibillion-baht head-office and hotel projects at the new Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Preecha has exhibited widely in Asia, Europe and America.
Thai National Artist Profile Name: Tawee Ratchaneekorn Date of Birth: 10 October 1934 National Artist: National Artist in 2005 in Visual Arts (Paintings) Education: Bachelor of Arts, Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University Awards/Honours: 1958 – 3rd Class Honour (Bronze Medal) in Paintings from the 9th National Exhibition of Art 1959 – 3rd Class Honour (Bronze Medal) in Paintings from the 10th National Exhibition of Art 1960 – 2nd Class Honour (Silver Medal) in Paintings from the 11th National Exhibition of Art 3rd Class Honour (Bronze Medal) in Paintings from the 11th National Exhibition of Art 1961 – 2nd Class Honour (Silver Medal) in Paintings from the 12th National Exhibition of Art 2001 – Selected as the Best Artist, Nakhon Ratchasima Selected as the Best Artist for 2001 “Sipa Bhirasri Creativity Grants” 2002 – Honorary Red Art Award by Pridi Banomyong Insitute for Best Visual Arts in Peace Democracy and Justice 2005 – Named National Artist in Visual Arts (Paintings) by The National Culture Committee
( 1940 – Present at Samutsongkram province) National Artist (Visual Arts, Painting) in 2013 Started his art education in Silpa Suksa School. Then he went to study at Silpakorn University where he achieved an Associate Degree of Fine Arts. His career began at the Thailand Industrial Design Center, Ministry of Industry. And he also worked as a magazine illustrator for titles such as Siam Smai, Chofa, Chao Krung, Fueng Nakorn. After becoming well known, he resigned from the Ministry of Industry to becom an independent artist. Beginning with the admiration of nature. He later developed a unique style. A combination of traditional Thai patterns and fully detailed drawings.
Inson Wongsam was a son of Ms. Pao and Mr. Muan Wongsam. His mother was a weaver. His father was a skilled craftsman on handicraft and design for silverware and gold ornament including a community coordinator such as temple of Yong people in Lamphun province. Inson Wongsam practiced and helped his father to make handicraft until familiar to Lanna handicraft since was born. A passion in arts and a respect to his father became an inspiration for Inson Wongsam to work as craftsman and aimed to do for the best following his father who was his role model. “All of my life wants to do nothing but art and being an artist” Inson Wongsam studied primary school at Pasang district and started secondary school at Chakkhamkhanathon school until graduated high school. He aimed to study further in Art but no approach until met senior artist from Pasang district, Tawee Nantakwang, who suggested him to study at College of Fine Art and Silpakorn University. Finally, he graduated bachelor’s degree about sculpture in 1961 from Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University. When he graduated from Silpakorn University in 1961, Inson Wongsam had got an idea to record his travel by art and he got a scholarship for 800 baht from Bangkok Artist Association consisted of Damrong Wongupparat, Tawee Ratchaneekorn, Pruang Pleansaisueb as a motivation for him to travel and painting around Thailand for a year. Inson Wongsam recorded his experience of touching terrain, scenery, and cultural lifestyle in every part of Thailand about 50 years ago through sketch, drawing, tempera painting, watercolor painting, and woodcut. When he finished his work, his products were sponsored by Tourist Organization of Thailand to hold an exhibition titled “Thailand Panorama” at Office of Thailand Tourism on December 22, 1961. The inspiration from his father and Professor Silpa Bhirasri motivated Inson Wongsam to seek the experience of life and art. He decided to travel in Europe to visit Professor Silpa Bhirasri’s hometown therefore he wrote a project and asked for fund from Berlie Jucker company, the distributor of Lambretta scooter from Italy in Thailand. During that time, he had got fund from ESSO (Thailand) as fuel cost. Pocket money from Tourism Authority of Thailand (TTT) and his Silpakorn friends. In June 1962, only a week after the death of Professor Silpa Bhirasri. Inson Wongsam, 28 years old at that time headed South of Siam along the sea by his scooter before shipped to Malaysia across India ocean to Calcutta. He missed a ferry, so he had to wait for a month before arriving in India then further to Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, and Greece. Inson Wongsam stayed at Corfu in Greece more than 6 months and began his abstract art there. Finally, in 1963 Inson Wongsam arrived in Rome, Italy and visited the hometown of Professor Silpa Bhirasri near Florence. The 18 – month – adventure on scooter, he showed his works in gallery of each city he passed from Asia to Europe. After the scooter broke down, he left it at Thai Embassy in Rome and traveled to Vienna, Austria, and Zurich, Switzerland then went to Paris, France for studying in design at Ecole Nationale Superieure Des Arts Decoratifs for 3 years. From France, Inson Wongsam decided to live in New York United States, which was a center of modern art for 8 years. He began a designer assistance about ornament and furniture by utilizing his craftsman skill inheriting from his father and basic of art taught by Professor Silpa Bhirasri. The skills from hired design works inspired him to make a welding art spent 6 years regularly. This artwork was a small 400 pieced sculpture. His imagination was to design machine for toxin removal in water and air. Inson Wongsam asked for fund about 7 billion dollars from Ford to make it happen, but it was denied. After the great depression in United States, Inson Wongsam went back to Thailand in 1974 but he still held the idea to create an artwork for stimulating consciousness of nature and environment preservation. Inson Wongsam went to work in tree farms at Ban Huai Fai far from Pasang 35 kilometers. He met a villager who was burning teaks for clearing area to cultivate. Seeing scattered stumps, he regrated and wanted to recreate an artwork for adding values to art and community consciousness. The sculpture from Huai Fai was in a single shape or original shape of chump. Burnt hollow was kept in the same shape then set vertically and horizontally as a nature of wood for showing the outstanding beauty of wood in a concept of ‘making wood to be wood’. After living and creating artwork in forest of Ban Huai Fai for 3 years, Inson Wongsam moved back to Pasang district at Ban Pasang Noi. Now it is Ban Pan district, Muang, Lamphun province. Here his wife, Venetia Walkey, and he founded Dhamma park and art gallery in his house. This was a cultural project and exhibited his artworks in 25 housings on 28 rai of area used for being a learning source and public benefit for people in community. This caused the consciousness development for local and community. Inson Wongsam went to Balgaria located Southern East of Europe and visited an artist village of stone carving in Zimbabwe, Africa. He stayed there for 3 months to create a stone carving artwork because he was enchanted in material and method of carving stone by local artists. For him, a stone was not a mass of mineral, but it was an energy of pureness from primitive without soiling of civilization. Purity and nature approach of African art influenced his creation. The visiting of Zimbabwe ignited the flame of imagination for Inson Wongsam one more time. During the West approach development on art admired the individual and artwork from institute as a high class of art, it affected the handicrafts which was a product of lifestyle and community culture by judging them as an equipment invented from local. Inson Wongsam was an artist who went far away and back to find his self again found that a process of making tools was harmonized with life and community culture. It was a wisdom product of human to show his lifestyle harmonizing nature. The exhibition titled Art Exhibition by Inson Wongsam at Sri Nakornping art gallery, Chiang Mai province. Within an exhibition showed carving on wood, stone, and silk batik, this showed the interest of Inson Wongsam on local handicrafts especially in Lamphun province, his hometown, full of craftsman and top-grade handicraft shaped a special self of Inson Wongsam. Inson Wongsam was an artist who created works regularly. He never stopped finding experience and new approaches to create artwork from his diligence and attempt in a position of Thai sculptor who created the valuable artworks, and he was accepted both in Thailand and abroad. Inson Wongsam was honored to be a national artist in visual art (sculpture) in 1999.
Born : 17th January 1944 National Artist 1997, Visual Arts (Printmaking and Mixed Media)
Education : 1964 – Poh-Chang Art College, Bangkok, Thailand 1969 – Srinakharinvirot University, Prasanmit, Bangkok, Thailand 1977 – M.F.A., Otis Art Institute of Los Angeles, California, U .S.A
Solo Exhibition 2007 – Identity, CP Seven Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand 2005 – Special Exhibit To Honor “Kamol’s Sixtieth Birthday”, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand 2004 – Work on Handmade Paper, Special Exhibit To Honor Kamol’s Sixtieth Birthday, LA Artcore, Union Center for the Arts, Los Angeles, CA, USA 2011 – 67 Years Kamol Tassananchalee, The Artist of Two World, Chiang Mai Selected Exhibitions – Abstract Art & Semi Abstract Art, Nan Riverside Art Gallery, Nan – Special Exhibit to Honor the National !Artists of Thailand, National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand Awards – Honorary Doctorate Degree in Visual Arts and Eminent Imagine Art from Srinakarinvirot University, Bangkok, Thailand – Board Officer, Asian Cultural Exchange Association, a non-profit organization, Tokyo, Japan 1980 – Annual Artist Award, The Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, U.S.A. 1997 – National Artist Award (Visual Art)
Thai National Artist in Visual Arts (Mixed Media), 2012 (1953 – 2020)
Born on March 8, 1953, Songkhla, Thailand Passed away on June 7, 2020, Siriraj Hospital, Bangkok
Education 1987 M.F.A. Painting, Silpakorn University, Bangkok 1986 Diploma in Art Education (Graphic Design, Contemporary Art), Tokyo Gakugei University, Tokyo, Japan 1974 B.F.A. Painting (2nd Hon.), Silpakorn University, Bangkok
Solo Exhibitions 2020 : REMINISCENCES : 111 YEARS OF FUA HARIPITAK by Vichoke Mukdamanee, March 6th – April 30th, 2020, The National Gallery, Bangkok 2019 : Art Exhibition in Honoring Celebration “65 YEARS OF VICHOKE MUKDAMANEE”, Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Center, Bangkok 2016 : NEW STATE 2016, Art Exhibition by Vichoke Mukdamanee, Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Center, Bangkok, August 16th – September 15th, 2016 : THE ART EXHIBITION BY VICHOKE MUKDAMANEE, Honoring Exhibition Project by Department of Fine Arts, The National Gallery, Bangkok, June 3rd – 30th, 2016 2013 : Art Exhibition in Honoring Celebration “60 YEARS OF VICHOKE MUKDAMANEE”, PSG Art Gallery Silpakorn University, Bangkok : Art Exhibition in Honoring Vichoke Mukdamanee, National Artist in Visual Arts (Mixed Media), Hall of Fame, College of Fine Arts, Bangkok 2009 : PAINTING EXHIBITION 2009, PSG Art Gallery, Silpakorn University, Bangkok : THE INSPIRATION FROM DHARMA, The National Gallery, Bangkok 2008 : FROM THE WAY OF THAI LIFE TO THE GLOBAL, Thailand Cultural Centre, Bangkok 2007 : PAINTING EXHIBITION BY VICHOKE MUKDAMANEE, Silpakorn University Art Center, Bangkok 2005 : BONDS, V9, Sofitel Silom, Bangkok 2004 : THE ART EXHIBITION BY VICHOKE MUKDAMANEE, The National Gallery, Bangkok 2003 : GLOBAL TRUTH, The Silom Galleria, Silom Rd., Bangkok 2001 : FACE 2001, Akko Gallery, Bangkok 1998 : THE WORLDVIEW OF VICHOKE MUKDAMANEE, The National Gallery, Bangkok 1996 : UNIVERSE : LIFE : SCIENCE, The National Gallery, Bangkok : VICHOKE MUKDAMANEE AND INSTALLATION WORK, Yokohama Museum of Arts, Japan 1995 : CERAMIC ART ’95, Silpakorn University Art Center, Bangkok 1993 : SIGNAL IN ENVIRONMENT 1993, The National Gallery, Bangkok 1992 : MODERN EXISTENCE 1992, The National Gallery, Bangkok : CERAMIC ART, Dialogue 1991 Gallery, Bangkok 1986 : SOLO, Exhibition Hall, Tokyo Gakugei University, Tokyo, Japan
Selected Group Exhibition 2007 : INSPIRATION FROM THE ROYAL SONG, The 8th Thai Contemporary Art 2007, Silpakorn University Art Center, Bangkok, Thailand 2006 : MEMOIRS TO THE KING, The 7th Thai Contemporary Art 2006, Silpakorn University Art Center, Bangkok 2005 : SPACE AND SPACE Art Exhibition in the Occasion of Silpa Bhirasri Day, 2005, Silpakorn University Art Center, Bangkok : FOOT – FOOTPRINT, The 6th Thai Contemporary Art Exhibition 2005, Silpakorn University Art Center, Bangkok 2004 : Contemporary Art Exposition: EARTH – MOUNTAIN – RIVER – SEA AND SKY, In the Auspicious Occasion of Her Majesty the Queen’s 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 2003 : WATERCOLOURS ART EXPOSITION, THAILAND 2003, the Silom Galleria, Silom Road, Bangkok : THE MIDDLE WAY, the Center of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, New Zealand and Silpakorn University Art Center, Bangkok : ART IN BOX, Thai Contemporary Art 2003, The Silom Galleria, Silom Rd., BKK and CoCa, Christchurch, New Zealand : HAPPINESS, Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok 2002 : THE SMALL WORLD, Thai Contemporary Art 2002, Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok and Vietnam : DRAWING, Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok : 6 CHANNELS, Thai-Dutch Artists Workshop and Exhibition, Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok : COLOGNE MEETS BANGKOK, Thai-German Artists Workshop and Exhibition, Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok : THAI-AMERICAN ART EXCHANGE 2002, Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok and L.A., USA. 2001 : WE MARRIAGE, Thai-Dutch Artists Workshop and Exhibition, The Molen van Sloten, Amsterdam, Natherlands : BANGKOK MEETS COLOGNE, Thai-German Artists Workshop and Exhibition, KunstWerk, Cologne, Germany and Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok : BOND, the Contemporary Art Exhibition by WHITE GROUP, Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok 2000 : THAI-COMBODIAS ART AND CULTURE FOR PEACE, Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok and Phnom Penh, Cambodia : THAI CONTEMPORARY ART 2000, Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok and Art Gallery of California Polytechnic State University, USA : ART FOR SILPA BHIRASRI 2000, Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok : THAI-ITALIAN ART SPACE 2000, Silpakorn University Center, Bangkok : THE END OF GROWTH, Chiang Mai University Art Museum 1999 : CHAO PHRA-YA: THE RIVER OF KING, Art Gallery, Silpakorn University; Chiang Mai University Art Museum and Khonkaen University 1998 : LUANG PRABANG Painting Exhibition, The Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University : BANGKOK ART PROJECT 1998, Thailand Public Art in Community Lives Across the Rattanakosin Island on the Occasion of 13th Asian Games, BKK 1988 – 2000 : The 6th – 17th ART EXHIBITION BY THE MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY OF PAINTING SCULITURE AND GRAPHIC ARTS, Silpakorn University, BKK. 1997 : VICHOKE-SARAVUDTH Two-Man Exhibition, Silpakorn University : THAI VISION I, California Ploytechnic State University, USA 1995 : The 10th ASIAN WATERCOLOUR, Bangkok 1994 : The 9th ASIAN WATERCOLOUR, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1993 : SCULPTURE EXHIBITION’93, The National Gallery, Bangkok : THAI – AUSTRALIA CULTURAL SPACE, The National Gallery, Bangkok; Chiang Mai, Thailand & Perth, Australia : The 8th ASIAN WATERCOLOUR, Jakarta, Indonesia 1992 : ARX3 Contemporary Art Exhibition, Perth, Australia : KAMOL – VICHOKE Contemporary Art Exhibition, Bangkok : INDIVIDUAL PROJECT, the 10th WHITE GROUP Contemporary Watercolour Exhibition, The National Gallery, Bangkok 1991 : The 37th NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF ART, Bangkok : THAI SPIRIT, the 9th WHITE GROUP Contemporary Watercolour Exhibition, The National Gallery, Bangkok : The 6th ASIAN WATERCOLOUR, Seoul, Korea : 8 ACTUAL VISIONS IN THAI CONTEMPORARY DRAWING, Dialogue 1991 Gallery, Bangkok : ART AND ENVIRONMENT Contemporary Art Exhibition, The Art Gallery of the Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok 1990 : The 5th ASIAN WATERCOLOUR, Hong Kong 1989 : INSPIRATION FROM JAPAN Contemporary Art Exhibition, The National Gallery, Bangkok : The 4th ASIAN WATERCOLOUR, Bangkok 1988 : FREE SHAPE, the 7th WHITE GROUP Contemporary Watercolour Exhibition, Thailand Cultural Centre, Bangkok 1987 : AESTHETICS IN HONOUR OF H.M. THE KING, Musical Art Center, Bangkok Bank, Bangkok : IN MEMORY OF SUCHAO SISGANES, Artist’s Gallery, Bangkok : REALISTIC IMAGE, the 6th WHITE GROUP Contemporary Watercolour Exhibition, Musical Art Center, Bangkok Bank, Bangkok : The 8th Contemporary Art Competition, organized by Thai Farmers Bank, Bangkok 1986 : THAI – GERMAN Contemporary Art Exhibition, Mannherim- Heidelburg -Bonn, Germany : Contemporary Art Exhibition, Taipei, Taiwan : GRAPHIC DESIGN AND TEXTILE DESIGN Exhibition, Tokyo Gakugei University, Tokyo, Japan : INTERNATIONAL DRAWING Exhibition, Yugoslavia : ART EXHIBITION IN CELEBRATION OF H.M. THE KING, Bangkok : The 3rd ASIAN WATERCOLOUR, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia : The 32nd NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF ART, Bangkok : LARGE SCALE, the 5th WHITE GROUP Contemporary Watercolour Exhibition, Bhirasri Institute of Modern Art, Bangkok 1985 : The 7th Contemporary Art Competition, organized by Thai Farmers Bank, Bangkok 1984 : The 30th NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF ART, Bangkok : BUA LUANG PAINTING CONTEST, organized by Bangkok Bank, Bangkok 1982 – 85 : The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th WHITE GROUP Contemporary Watercolour Exhibition, Bhirasri Institure of Modern Art, Bangkok 1980 – 82 : The 1st, 2nd, 3rd YOMIURI SHIMBUN INTERNATIONAL CARTOON CONTEST, Tokyo, Japan 1980 : Art Exhibition for the Benefit of Princess Mother’s Charities Fund of Thailand, the Oriental, Bangkok : Children’s Picture Book Illustration, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 1979 : The 25th NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF ART, Bangkok : Children’s Picture Book Illustration Competition, organized by UNESCO, Tokyo, Japan 1977 : The 24th NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF ART, Bangkok : BUA LUANG PAINTING CONTEST, organized by Bangkok Bank, Bangkok : The 3rd Anniversary Art Exhibition, Bhirasri Institute of Modern Art, Bangkok
Thongchai Rakpathum is another Thailand’s leading artist chosen to be a Thai National Artist in Visual Arts (painting) in 2010. Not only that he was among the last students of Professor Silpa Bhirasri, the father of modern art in Thailand, but also he was a senior government official who devoted himself to progressively move and reform Bunditpatanasilpa Institute (former name, College of Fine Arts) for 30 years. He is a true government-official artist who worked hard to fulfill his role as a Thailand’s government official. Meanwhile, he has never forgotten his true profession and spared any time possible to do his beloved painting which, in the other way, fulfills his role as an artist and as a human being.
Born 1956 in Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand. Awards 1993 2nd ASEAN workshop, Exhibition and Symposium on Aesthertics, Manila, The Philippines. – Major commissions 2011-12 – Painted the mural oainting for the Museum of Syamindradhiraja, Siriraj Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand. – Art Adviser of Thai Pavilion, Expo 2012, Yeosu, South Korea. 2010-12 – Painted Thi Bhummi in King Rama IX, Ministry of Culture. 2004-05 – Mural paintings for Suvannabhummi Airport, Thailand. 2003 – Painting for the Government House, Bangkok, Thailand. 2002 – Mural painting for the Rockefeller Foundation, Bangkok, Thailand. 1998 – Murals for the Thai Pavilion at Expo in Brisbane, Australia. 1995-96 – Murals for the Siam Commercial Head Office, Bangkok, Thailand. 1995 – Paintings for H.M. The King of Thailand’s book Mahajahaka (collaboration). – Mural at Rolex Centre, Bangkok, Thailand. Exhibitions 2014 – Thai Charisma: Heritage + Creative Power, BACC, Bangkok, Thailand. 2013 – Mono Dialogue II, BACC, Bangkok, Thailand. 2012 – Exhibition of Thai Contemporary Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Bangkok, Thailand. 2009 – Anywhere Anytime Anyhow, Ardel’s Third Place Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand. 2007 – Grace of Mercy, Ardel Gallery of Modern Art, Bangkok, Thailand. 2005 Andrew Stahl & Panya Vijinthanasarn, 100 Tonson Gallery,Bangkok, 2003-04 – 36 Ideas from Asia: Contemporary South-East Asian Art, Museum Kuppersmuhle, Duisburg, Germany; Helikon Kastelymuzeum, Keszthely, Hungary; Museum der Moderne Rupertinum, Salzburg, Austria; Museo Nazionale dell’Abruzzo, L’Aquila, Italy. – ASEAN-Japan exchange year 2003, exhibition of contemporary Southeast Asian art. 2003 – Bliss of Freedom, Open Arts Space Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand. 2002-03 – 36 Ideas from Asia: Contemporary South-East Asian Art, Museum Kuppersmuhle, Duisburg, Germany; Helikon Kastelymuzeum, Keszthely, Hungary; Museum der Moderne Rupertinum, Salzburg, Austria; Museo Nazionale dell’Abruzzo, L’Aquila, Italy. – ASEAN-Japan exchange year 2003, exhibition of contemporary Southeast Asian art. 2002 – Imagined Workshop, Fukuoka Triennale, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan. 2000 – Subversion of Truth, Geinkan Gallery and American Club, Tokyo, Japan. 1998 – Subversion of Truth, Tadu Contemporary Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand. – Selected group exhibitions
ผลงานหนังสือ พระพุทธรูปคู่บ้านคู่เมือง ( The Sacred Buddha Images of Thailand) สุขสนุกกับการถ่ายภาพ ( Photo Hobby ) บัว : บุปผางาม….ผ่านคมเลนส์ ( Lotus Through The Lens ) Golden Jubilee, Mother of The Land, The Royal Barge,9 Day in The Kingdom , Images of Shanghai, Cores De Macau, Singapore Today, Unseen in Thailand , Trees of Siam,Eye of Asian,Northern Life of Thais,Central Thailand ICH 2018
Professor of Graphic Arts Department, Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University
Date of Birth: July 31, 1956, Bangkok
Education: B.F.A. and M.F.A. (Graphic Arts) from the Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University.
Thavorn Ko-udomvit is nationally recognized for his Printmaking, granted many awards from the Exhibition of Printmaking at the global level. His teaching profession encompasses many courses in Art for distinguished institutions in Japan, Canada and U.S.A. He was a guest lecturer for many universities such as The University of Alberta, Department of Art and Design, Canada, The University of Connecticut Art and Art History, USA, Tokyo National University, Japan, Kyoto Seika University Kyoto, Japan, Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan. In 1992, he was awarded an Artist of Distinction from the National Exhibition of Art (Printmaking). Early in 2009, Ko-udomvit was chosen as the curator for the Thai Pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennale in Venice, Italy. At present time, he works as Professor for the Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University. He also established ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art in Bangkok in 2006 and curated many exhibitions until nowadays.
Sutee graduated in Visual Arts programs, both Undergraduate (Silpakorn University, Thailand) and Postgraduate (Sydney College of the Arts, Australia). His practice is noted for its layered conceptual approach as much as for its ability to engage a wide audience through participatory strategies, his desk installation History Class of 2000, and his inflated latex series, two of the Southeast Asian contemporary canon’s most famous and well-loved pieces. Thematically, his work reflects the rapid social, economic and political changes that have affected Thailand since the 1990s, the artist using his art to critically probe nationalism, power, identity, history and cultural convention in Thailand and beyond. Producing pieces in a wide variety of media, the artist mines familiar formal languages to engage the viewer in a playful examination of complex questions. Since 1986, the artist has exhibited widely in Thailand, Singapore, Korea, Australia, Japan, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and the United States. Sutee’s art is in major institutional collections including the Mori Art Museum, The Queensland Art Gallery, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Singapore Art Museum, and KOC Foundation, Istanbul.
Born in Samudsongkram, Thailand, March 28, 1964 Present Artist, Interior designer, Illustrator, Art Teacher, Director of Chalit Art Project and Gallery Education Aumpawan Vitayalai, Aumpawan, Thailand College of Find Arts, Bangkok Thailand B.F.A. (Painting), The Faculty of Painting , Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University , Bangkok, Thailand
Exhibition * 2020 Gallery night,Nestle ,Bangkok, Thailand * 2020 Pha Khoa Ma , Bankgok Design week ICONSIAM, Bangkok, Thailand * 2020 Naked Studio , Bangkok, Thailand * 2018 What women want , Koh Samui, Surat Thani ,Thailand * 2016 Surat Mantra , Photo Exhibition , Surat Thani, Thailand * 2015 Tropikos at HOF Art , Bangkok, Thailand * 2013 “ColorfulThailand” at Taiwan Culture Creativity Art Vision, Taiwan * 2012 “openeyesopenearsopenmouthclosedmind” at Maya’s Secret Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand * 2011 “บันทึกพุทธศิลป์แห่งพุกาม” at SilpakornUniversity, Bangkok, Thailand * 2011 “Easter’sday” at Emporium Bangkok, Thailand * 2010 “OurBelovedThailand” : at CentralWorld, Bangkok, Thailand * 2010 “BeautifulLife” at RinksGallery, Takuapa Phang-nga, Thailand * 2010 “RAKUZA” at SCG Experience, Bangkok, Thailand * 2010 “Motley” at RinksGallery, Takuapa Phang-nga, Thailand * 2009 “DiscoveringMFA:ExoticArt,AestheticThailand”, Bangkok, Thailand * 1997 ‘Paintings’ Pursuit , Tadu Contemporary Art, Bangkok, Thailand
Dharma Nature and Normality ,Figurative-Non Figurative, Lokiya – Lokuttara
SriwanJanehuttakarnkit Born 28December 1953 Sridonmoon Art Space 256 Mu 7, Tumbon Sridonmoon, Ampur Chiang San, Chiang Rai 5715043 Present Freelance Artist Education : 1971 Pho Chang Art & Craft College, Bangkok 1976 B.F.A.(Graphic), Silpakorn University, Bangkok 1979 M.F.A. (Graphic), Silpakorn University, Bangkok Solo Exhibitions: 1983 Paintings & Prints Exhibition, Bhirasri Institute of Modern Art, Bangkok 1987 Human and Nature, Bhirasri Institute of Modern Art, Bangkok 1990 Human and Nature, Witch’s Tavern, Bangkok 1993 Sriwan’sColours, Dialogue Gallery, Bangkok 1997 The Joy of Colour, Baan Chao Phraya, Bangkok 2001 The Joy of Colour, Genesis Artist’s Gallery, Bangkok 2005 Figurative-Non Figurative, The Art Gallery, The Rose Garden A prme Resort, Nakornphathom 2010 Siamese Inscription Lokiya – Lokuttara, Silpakorn University Art Gallery, Bangkok 2015 Dharma Nature and Normality ,Wangna art gallery,Bunditpattanasilpa institute, Bangkok
1988 – Tai Haripunchai, Bangkok 1989 – From Soil and Water, Rivercity, Bangkok 1990 – Moonlight in Tide, Goethe Institute, Bangkok 1991 – Writing from Village, British Council, Bangkok
Selected Exhibitions :
2008 – Bare, Number 1 Gallery, Bangkok
Awards : 1987 – The 1st Prize, Gold Medal Award, Bualuang Art Exhibition, Bangkok – The 2nd Prize, Silver Medal Award, The National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok – Grand Prix, Contemporary Art Exhibition, Bangkok – Honourable Mention Prize, The Art Exhibition by Petroleum Authority of Thailand, Bangkok
Born November 12, 1970, Chiang Mai Address 40 Mu 2 Ban San Ton Muang Nuea, Tambon Samranrat, Doi Saket, Chiang Mai, 50220. Tel. 0-5388-709 Occupation Independent Artist Education – Primary School: Ban San Ton Muang Nuea School, Chiang Mai – High School: Sophon Witthaya School, Wat Ban Chaem, Lamphun. – Vocational Diploma: Rajamangala Institute of Technology, Payap Campus, Chiang Mai – Bachelors Degree: Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Printing, Silpakorn University, Bangkok. – Masters Degree: Graduate School, Silpakorn University, Bangkok. Solo Exhibitions 1994 – “First step to Lanna Craftsmanship” Chiang Rai 2003 – “Second step to Lanna Craftsmanship”, Chiang Mai 2004 – “Third step to Lanna Craftsmanship”, Chiang Mai 2008 – “Fourth step to Lanna Artist Way”, Bangkok 2012 – “Five step to Lanna Artist Way”, Chiang Mai Master Pieces – Wall paintings at the ordination hall of Wat San Ton Muang Nuea, Doi Saket, Chiang Mai – Wall paintings at the Hor Montien Tham (temple repository for the Buddhist Scripture) at Wat Buppharam, Mueang District, Chiang Mai – Wall paintings at the ordination hall of Wat Doi Saket, Doi Saket, Chiang Mai – Design of the gates and windows of the Vihara at Wat Maeka Nuea, Doi Saket, Chiang Mai – Design of the wall of Wat San Ton Muang Nuea, Doi Saket, Chiang Mai. – Design and construction of The Hom Boon Sankha Monestary, Doi Saket, Chiang Mai Awards and Honor 2008 – 6. work select from the former ministry of culture for the princess kalayaniwatana’s history and duties at phra meru ground in bangkok 2007 – Honorary Certificate, outstanding cultural contribution of Chiang Mai by the Cultural Council of Chiang Mai. 2006 – Honorary Plaque, Buddhism Supporter, Chiang Mai. 2005 – Silpathorn Award, Visual Art category, The Ministry of Culture 2003 – Silp Bhirasri Honorary Medal, Silpakorn Universiry. 2001 – Honorary Plaque for wall painting at Doi Saket Temple Ordination Hall, Chiang Mai. 1999 – Outstanding Person for supporting Buddhism by the World Buddhist Council 1996 – The Golden Brush Award, Art Exhibition to Celebrate the King’s 50th Anniversary of Accession to the Throne by the Thai Farmers Bank Ltd. – Outstanding Prize, Songkran Greeting Card Contest, the Jeweler’s Association of Thailand. – 2nd Prize. Traditional Thai art, Siam TV (Thailand) Co, Ltd. – Outstanding Youth in Social Work for Silpakorn University 1995 – Gold Medal, Bua Luang Traditional Thai Painting Contest, 19th Bua Luang Painting Exhibition. 1994 – Gold Medal, Bua Luang Traditional Thai Painting Contest, 18th Bua Luang Painting Exhibition. 1993 – Gold Medal, Bua Luang Traditional Thai Painting Contest, 17th Bua Luang Painting Exhibition. 1991 – Outstanding Artist, Art to Honor Her Majesty the Queen, PTT Company. 1989 – Outstanding Student of the Fine Arts Department, Rajamangala Institute of Technologuy, Payap Campus. – Outstanding Prize, “Doi Suthep for Life and Nature Painting Contest” – 3rd Prize, Art Skill Competition of The Rajamangala Institutes of Technology Group – 1st Prize, vocational diploma level, 1st “Nam Sing Thi Dee Su Chiwit” Art Exhibition, Toshiba Group (Thailand). – 1st Prize, Lanna Youth Art Contest
In Chiang Rai Province, he was born into a peasant family. Rivers, mountains, and a beautiful culture and tradition surround you. Going to the temple to make merit on a regular basis as part of a family that respects and believes in Buddhism. He was a Buddhist enthusiast as a child. I enjoy visiting temples with my grandmother and have always enjoyed drawing since I was a toddler. Following the Lanna people’s traditions, it’s time to be ordained as a novice after finishing primary school. did not pray as anticipated, but returned to Mae Chan Wittayakom School to pursue secondary studies. I learned that I needed to be competent at art since I was the school’s representative in submitting a picture contest and winning a national award. Present: -Painting strives to express the delight that comes from serenity and tranquility -Create Buddhist artwork, churches, temples, sculptures, and commemorative coins for charitable purposes. – Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai Province, lecturer in Buddhist Arts Short Course – Buddhist Arts Chiang Rai Monastic College special teacher – Create murals to adorn the temple. The murals of Wat Suthiwararam are among life’s greatest masterpieces.
Born 1 February 1962 , Lampang Thailand PROMMA Gallery 115 M.10 Ban PayangnoiT, Wiangnuear, Wiangchai Chiang Rai 57210 Education Department of Fine Arts Rajamangala institute of Technology Northern Campus Chiang Mai
Accomplishment • 2nd Prize 5th Northern Youth’s Art Exhibition By Lanna Artists Group (1984) • Honorable Mention 1st ASEAN Art Awards by Philip Morris Group of Companies (1995) • The Thai Farmers Bank Painting competition in Celebration of the 50th anniversary of His Majesty the King’s Accession to the throne (1996) • 3rd Prize Bronze Medal Traditional Art Section The 21st Bua Luang Art Exhibition (1997) • Honorable Mention Exhibition of Art Sinha’s 65th Anniversary (1998) • Prize Award Winner Sketches and Modals in Celebration of H.M. The King’s 6th cycle Birthday Anniversary on the 5′ December 1999 (2000)
•2nd prize Silver Medal Traditional Art Section. The 24th Bua Luang Art Exhibition (2000) • Honorary Award From Rajamangala Institute of Technology, Northern campus, Chiang Mai, for a graduate who has made an outstanding contribution to art in Thailand (2003) • Sema Dhamajakra Award from the Thai Royal family for preserving Thai and Buddhist Culture in Art (2004) • Chiang Rai Royal Carriage (2005) • Special Award, Thai Farmers Bank painting Competition in celebration of the auspicious occasion of H.M. King Rama IV’s 80th Birthday, 5 December 2007. • Painting Exhibition to commemorate The King’s 80th Birthday ‘”King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great Archiver” (2008)
Prateep has relied on his drawing skills ever since he was young. It was the only thing that kept him striding through his adversities in childhood, as a teenager, and as an adult. He is now a working artist that specialises in surrealism, using rich imagery that encapsulate emotions, experiences, conflicts, difficulties, dreams, and painful realities. Many observers of his work may find these images frightening, as his work is based on the realities of life with a mix of creativity and imagination. At present, Prateep is best known for his legendary work in advertising and as a leading artist representing the surrealist genre in Thailand.
His work is celebrated globally, with some pieces being privately held by an international mogul and business owner. The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Bangkok holds the largest collection of Prateep Kochabua’s work, exhibiting them on a revolving basis.
Born 4 June 1974, Bangkok,Thailand. Address; 1, Petcahkasem Soi 48 yak41, Bangduwan,Pasechalearn,Bangkok 10160 Tel. +661 279 3977, 087-1657979 Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com , www.rama9art.org/chatchawan , www.thaksinawat.com , fanpage facebook:Chatchawan Rodklongtan
Education 1992 Rajamangala Institute of Technology, Poh-Chang Academy of Arts (Painting) 1994 Rajamangala Institute of Technology, Master of Arts (Painting)
Current Job Individual artist
Important Works “Heaven” At The Dusit Thani Hotel, Bangkok,2003 “Heaven” No.2 At The D2 Hotel, Chiang Mai,2006 Museum’s Collections At MOCA,Bangkok,Thailand. At Khawyai Art Museum,Nakhonratchasima,Thailand. Awards 1993 Honorary Metion, Children and Youth Exhibition “Queen’s Work for the Thais” 1995 -Honorary Award, 2nd Best Arts of Thailand, organized by Philip Morris. -First prize, Contemporary Art: Young Artists“Thailand, Heaven for Visitors” by Singapore Airline. 1997 -First prize, Exhibition in Honour of H.M. the King : “Good Heath under his Royal Patronage” , by the Ministry of Pubic Heath 1998 -special Awards, Painting in Honour of H.M. the King’s 72nd, by Thai Farmer Bank. -Honorary Award, 6th Best Arts of Thailand, by Philip Morris. 2000 -First Prize, Model and Sketchess in Honour of H.M. King’s 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 2001 -Third Prize, semi-traditional 25th Bualuang Exhibition of Painting, 2001 Art Exhibition 2004 – Graduation Ceremony, Advocate of Buddhist paintings by WatPanyanandaram – Graduate Awards, Poh Chang Exhibition at Rachamangkala Institute of Technology,Thanyaburi,Pathumtani 2007 – Grand Prix, The Beppu Asia Biennale of Contemporary Art 2007, at Oita Beppu Art Museum ,Beppu ,Japan.
2003 “Light in an Atmosphere of Faith” Exhibition, River City, 4th Floor, Si Phraya 2006 “Study in Light” Exhibition at the Carpediem Galleria, Soi Ruamrudee 2008 “THE MORAT PRECEPT” Exhibition at Number One Gallery, Silom 2015 “Path of Illumination” Exhibition at LWH Gallery Shanghai,China 2018 “NONENTITY” Exhibition at RCB Galleria 2th floor,River City Bangkok
Born September 24, 1976, Mukdahan. Education B.F.A. Painting, Department of Fine Arts, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang Bangkok. 2003 M.F.A. (Painting) Silpakorn University, Bangkok. Awards 1998 : 1st Prize Gold Medal (Mixed Media), The 44th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand : 3rd Prize Bronze Medal (Mixed Media),The 46th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand. : Prize Philip Morris Group of Companies Art Exhibition Thailand. : 3rd Prize Bronze Modal (Mixed Media), The 47th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand. : 3rd Prize Bronze Modal (Mixed Media), The 48th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand. Selected Exhibitions
1998 :The 44th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand. 1999 :The 45th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand. 2000 :The 46th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand. 2001 : The 47th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand. 2002 :The 48th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand. 2003 : The 49th National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand. 2004 :The 50th National Exhibition of Art h, Bangkok, Thailand. 2005 :The 3rd Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale 2005, Japan. 2006 : “FT3D” (Fukuoka-Thailand-3Dimention) ,Japan Foundation Art Space , Bangkok. 2011 : “Two dimension” O.P.GARDEN, Bangkok, Thailand.
Solo Exhibition 2008 : “Once upon a time…..” at Surapon Gallery , Bangkok, Thailand. 2010 : “Identity without the merge” Number 1 Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand. 2014 : “Vicissitudes” at Modern Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand. 2017 : “King Rama ๙ Heart of the Nation” at River City Bangkok, Thailand. : “Inspiration” at River City Bangkok, Thailand. 2019 : “Before The Sun Sets” at River City Bangkok, Thailand.
Master Degree Master of Fine Arts (Thai), Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University Bachelor Degree Bachelor of Fine Arts with second Class Honors, Rjamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin, Poh-Chang Campus
Solo Exhibitions 2018 Portraying Ayutthaya at Sala Ayutthaya, Ayutthaya Thailand 2015 Thai Expression of Thai Art by Suwatchai Tubtim 2010 Khun Samut Exhibition, Central Plaza Chiangmai Airport
Artist : Nipon Jungkina Born : July 10,1974 Education : Bachelor Degree,Prince of Songkla University,Pattani Campus,Thailand. ___________________________ Exhibition : 2002 – The portrait of faith,Dusit Thani Laguna Hotel,Phuket,Thailand.
2005 – The identity of andaman,The Queen’s gallery,Bangkok,Thailand. – The flowers of andaman,Phuket Thai Hua Museum,Phuket,Thailand.
2007 – Art in time,Central Festival,Phuket,Thailand.
2010 – The international visual artist association of Thailand,The Queen’s gallery,Bangkok,Thailand.
2011 – Southern Artist,Rajdumnern Contemporary art center,Bangkok, Thailand.
2013 – The international visual artist association of Thailand, The National art Museum,Bangkok,Thailand
2014 – Art Face,Phuket Art Village,Phuket,Thailand.
2015 – Solo exhibition “Wheel of a dark soul” Jamjuree ArtGallery,Bangkok, Thailand.
2016 – No human,Sathorn 11 art space,Bangkok, Thailand. – Generational Thai,Sathorn 11 art space,Bangkok, Thailand. – Color Me Bear,Sathorn 11 art space,Bangkok, Thailand. – Post symbolism international art,Balve,Germany.
2017 – The four element,11 space art club (E’sac),Bangkok, Thailand. – The king of people’s heart,Central Embassy,Bangkok, Thailand. – 99 art for the king,Crystal Shopping Mall,Bangkok, Thailand. – 108 infinity,Andaman Art Museum,Krabi,Thailand. – Music and Art from the land of prosperity,Quartier gallery,Emquartier,Bangkok, Thailand.
2018 – The 19th Exhibition of international calligraphy and painting exchange exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan art Museum, Japan.
2021- Wonderful Art Work Vanich Legacy Art Gallery and Museum ภูเก็ต
____________________ Awards : – Contemporary artist WCA special awards,Hongkong. – Golden Prize Artist Award from the 19 th exhibition of international calligraphy and painting exchang exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan art Museum, Japan. __________________________
2000 – “Origin of Cultures” at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. 2001 – “Thai smiles” at Museum Plain of Amsterdam, Netherland. 2002 – “Story of the moon” at Take it Easy Gallery, Thailand. 2003 – “Silk Road” Jamjuree Art Gallery, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
– “Painting” at Guildford gallery, Parth, Australia. 2004 -“The place I was born” Retrospective at the “Eastern Center of Art and Culture”, Burapha
2005 – “Thai Living” at The National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
2006 -“Silk Threads” at Gallery Opium, Thailand. 2007 – “Kalasin” at La Artcore Center, CA, USA.
2008 – “The Countryside Story”, at Number 1 Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
2011 – “ HEET 12 ” at The National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
– “ HEET 12 ” at The Urban Sanctury Art Gallery, CA, USA.
2014 – “Isaan my inspiration” at The National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
Home Address : 78/7 Baan Khoamod Art Studio , M. 7 , T. Khoachangum , A. Photharam Rachaburi Province , 70120 Telephone : 087 782 2456
Office : DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED ART STUDIES, FACULTY OF DECORATIVE ARTS, SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY, WANGTHAPHRA, BANGKOK, THAILAND 10200
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1989 BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (GRAPHIC ART) FACULTY OF FINE ARTS, CHIENGMAI UNIVERSITY
1993 MASTER OF FINE ART (GRAPHIC ART) GRADUATE SCHOOL, SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY
Professional experiences :
1989-1990 – ART INTUCTOR OF FACULTY OF FINE ARTS CHIENGMAI UNIVERSITY
– PARTICIPATED THE FRIENDSHIP PROGRAMME FOR THE 21 st CENTURY IN JAPAN, RESPONDED BY JAPAN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGENCY (JICA)
1991 – ART INSTRUCTOR OF FACULTY OF PAINTING AND GRAPHIC ARTS, SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY
1992 – PARTICIPATED ARTS AND COMMUNICATION IN AUSTRIA RESPONDED BY AUSTRIAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF ART & COMMUNICATION IN AUSTRIA (AGORA)
1996 – WORK SHOP UNESCO SCHOLARSHIP AT FRANS MASEREEL CENTRUM VOOR GRAFIEK, BELGIUM
Solo Exhibitions :
1990 – MISCELLANOUS ART EXHIBITION AT USIS CHIENGMAI – MISCELLANOUS ART EXHIBITION AT CULTURE CENTER , UTTARADIT
1991 – MISCELLANOUS ART EXHIBITION AT AUA CENTER , BANGKOK
2003 – ABSTRACT PHENOMENON ART EXHIBITION , BANGKOK
2009 – BODY OF ABSTRACTION FROM LIGHT ART EXHIBITION , BANGKOK
2021 – CONNECTING MENTALITY ART EXHIBITION , BANGKOK
Art and environment :
– ANTS GROUP PERFORMING ART UNDER THE NAME WHO WANTS TO TRADE ELEPHANTS, DOES. WHO WANTS TO TRADE HORSES, DOES SO AT SILOM ART SPACE, BANGKOK. – ARRIVAL OF MR.X PERFORMING ART AND ENVIRONMENT PROJECT IN CHIENGMAI
1980 – 2nd PRIZE ART COMPETITION OF LANNA ARTIST GROUP – AWARD WINNER ART COMPETITION FOR THE YOUTHS OF THAILAND.
1987 – 3rd MEDAL PRIZE (PRINTMAKING) NATIONAL ART COMPETITION 33rd. – 2nd SILVER PRIZE ART COMPETITION FOR THE YOUNG ARTIST 4th. – 3rd PRIZE ART COMPETITION OF LANNA ARIST GROUP.
1988 – SPECIAL AWARD PAINTING POINT OF THE ROSES ON THE ROSES DAY CHIENGMAI.
1991 – AWARD WINNER ART COMPETITION SPONSORED BY TOSHIBA COMPANY OF THAILAND 4th.
1993 – AWARD WINNER ART COMPETITION SPONSORED BY PITROLIUM OF THAILAND 8th.
1994 – AWARD WINNER ART COMPETITION SPONSORED BY THAI FARMER BANK.
1995 – 1st PRIZE LABEL COMPETITION SPONSORED BY BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU.
1996 – 3rd MEDAL PRIZE (PRINTMAKING) NATIONAL ART COMPETITION 42nd.
1997 – GRAND PRIZE , CONTEMPORARY ART COMPETITION, SPONSORED BY PANASONIC COMPANY THAILAND. – GRAND PRIZE, CONTEMPORARY ART OF THAILAND, SPONSORED BY PHILLIPES MORRIS GROUP. – AWARD WINNER , ART COMPETITION SPONSORED BY TOSHIBA COMPANY OF THAILAND.
1998 – GOLD MEDAL SINGHA PRIZE , ART COMPETITION FOR SINGHA 65 YEAR CELEBRATION.
1999 -SELECTED PRIZE FOR EXHIBITION IN CELEBRATION OF H.M.THE KING 6TH CYCLE BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY
15 September 1967, Chiangrai. Address : 505/3 Banpanglao bandu chiangrai Mobile : (+66) 081 915 7744 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org” Educations Srinakarin Mahawiroj Prasanmitara University.. Present Working artits fulltime
Art work (President of the Association of Artbridge Chiang Rai)
Exhibition of Art Thailand – China. Hong Hefei University of China Exhibition thai-viet in Vietnam. Exhibition of New and Old Aachitecture in Vietnam Vietnam. New and Old Aachitecture in Vietnam exhibition at 333 Gallery, Silom, Bangkok. Exchange in Thailand – Sri Lanka. At Republic of Sri Lanka. The Father and Son Painters exhibition Vietnam Silom Bangkok. – Exposition and demostration at the Fabriano Paper Museum, Fabriano Italy – Exposition and demostration in the prestigious headquarters of the Roman Watercolorist Association – Piazza del Popolo, Italy -Watercolor Exchange Exhibition Vietnam-Malaysia-Thailand at Vietnam Fine Arts Museum Hanoi -The 1st International Watercolor Exhibition – IWS Vietnam 2015 at Hanoi, Vietnam
-Watercolor Exhibition “Sabaidee Vang Vieng” at I-cat Gallery Vientiane Laos. -Watercolor Exhibition Vietnam-Malaysia-Thailand at Warren Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur. -Watercolor Exhibition Wonderfull Life Thailand at Artbridge chiangrai
Contact Office: Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts Silpakorn University Na Pralan Road, Phra Nakorn Bangkok 10200 (+66) 2 225 8991 Email: email@example.com Website: www.winmukdamanee.com
Educations 2016 DPhil Fine Art, The Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford, UK 2010 MFA (Graduate with Distinction), Pratt Institute, NY, USA (Fulbright Scholarship) 2007 BFA (Painting, 1st Class Honor), Faculty of Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand 2002 Suankularb Wittayalai
Working Experience 2021 – Present Dean of Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University 2010 – Present Assistant Professor at Department of Painting, Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University 2017 – 2021 Associate Dean for Special and International Affairs, Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University 2017 – 2018 Assistant Curator, Thailand Biennale 2018 2008 – 2015 Columnist “Art: Galleries”, Fine Arts magazine, Thailand 2010 Research Assistance, the National Art Gallery of Singapore, under Singapore International Foundation Art Assistance Program 2007 Cultural Officer, Office of Contemporary Art and Culture, Ministry of Culture, Thailand
Award, Scholarship, and Fellowship 2010 – Art Associate Fellowship, Granted by Singapore International Foundation 2008 – Selected artwork in “Climate Change on Canvas”, Project of Oxfam International’s exhibition 2007 – Thai Fulbright Scholarship 2008 – Winner, 14th Annual Asian Artists Fellowship, residency at Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont, U.S.A., Sponsored by the Freeman Fellowship 2004 – Fellowship to attend the 1st art workshop with Thai National Artists, Los Angeles, CA, USA, sponsored by Thai Art Council in USA and Ministry of Culture of Thailand – Fellowship to attend the art workshop in Vietnam, Mae-Khong River Cultural Exchange Project, sponsored by Rocky Feller Foundation 2002 – Thai Representative in the Field of Culture, ASEAN Youth Camp 2002, Sponsored by ASEAN and the Ministry of Culture of Thailand 2000 – Grand Prix, CIAK Cartoon 2000, “A Film for Piece” Organized by UNESCO
Solo Exhibition 2020 – “Expected Unforeseen” at 333 Anywhere, Bangkok 2017 – “Strive to Fail”, the National Gallery, Chao-Fa Road, Bangkok 2015 – “Becoming (Un) Conditioned” Part I, Buddhadasa Indapanno Archives – BiA / Suan Mokkh Bangkok. – “Becoming (Un) Conditioned” Part II, Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Center – “Conditioned; Unconditioned”, North Wall Arts Center, Oxford 2011 – “Art-ificial Being”, The National Gallery, Chao-Fa Road, Bangkok 2010 – “Re-Appearing”, Silpakorn University Art Centre 2009 – “Industrial Reflection”, Donald Weiss Gallery, New York, NY, USA 2008 – “Implication of Materials”, Pha Phrombhichitr Architecture and Art Gallery, Silpakorn University, Bangkok – “Urban Motion”, WhiteSpace Gallery, Bangkok 2007 – “Combination: Vermont”, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT, USA – “City Life, Bangkok”, Changing Exhibition Hall, Thailand Cultural Centre, Bangkok
Selected Group Exhibition 2020 – “Surviving” by the Members of Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, at PSG Art Gallery, Silpakorn University, Wang Tha Phra, Bangkok 2019 – “Anthropocene” by the Members of Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, at H.R.H. Princess Sirindhorn Art Gallery, Silpakorn University, Nakornpathom – “Dialogue of Father and Son” by Vichoke and Vichaya Mukdamanee at The Queen’s Gallery, Bangkok 2018 – “Existence Sense” by Members of Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University and Tunghai University, Taiwan at Tunghai University Art Gallery, Taiwan – Art Exhibition by the Members of Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, at H.R.H. Princess Sirindhorn Art Gallery, Silpakorn University, Nakornpathom 2017 – “In Loving Remembrance” by the Members of Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, at H.R.H. Princess Sirindhorn Art Gallery, Silpakorn University, Nakornpathom 2016 – “Spirit of Thai” Duo Exhibition with Krianksak Raksadeja at John Lennon Art and Design Building, Liverpool John Moore University, UK 2015 – Bournemouth Thai Art Festival, Bournemouth Pier, UK 2013 – “A study of Buddhism Philosophy and the Creativity in Contemporary Art” (Research Conclusion), Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre, Bangkok 2012 – “Project Glocal: Cityzening”, exhibition by artists from Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Thailand, at Vargus Museum, University of Philippines, Manila, Philippines – “Cut Thru: The view on 21st Century Thai Contemporary Art”, Institute of Contemporary Art Singapore, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore 2011 – “A study of Buddhism Philosophy and the Creativity in Contemporary Art”, The National Gallery, Chao-Fa Road, Bangkok, and Khon-Kaen University’s Art and Culture Gallery – 26th Asian International Art Exhibition at Seoul Art Centre, South Korea – “Hosanna to Our King” by the Members of Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, at PSG Art Gallery – “Exhibition by Painting Department’s Instructors”, at Silpakorn University Art Centre – “Refraction” by Painting’ 59 Group, at @Bon Galleria, Bangkok 2010 – “Diverse Harmony”, Duo Exhibition with Veasna Tith (Cambodian), The Art House, Singapore, under the support of Singapore International Foundation – Siamese Connection Exhibition, Group Exhibition by Thai Artists Alliance in New York, Dumbo Art Center, Brooklyn, NY – Pratt’s MFA Art Exhibition, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, NY 2009 – “The Mysterious Lines”, Duo Exhibition with Ralph Dillard, Smile Gallery, Philadelphia, PA – “Embedded”, Career Service Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, USA – SPEAKING TO A KITCHEN MOUSE, Steuben South and Steuben West Galleries, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY – Thai Talent ’09: Showcase of Thai artists, Thai Royal Embassy, Washington D.C. – Verbal Graffiti: Music and Art event, at Verbal Graffiti, Brooklyn, NY – Sculpture Installation, Collaboration with the Theatre Play “My Name is Rachel Corrie”, Produced by Morse Code Theatre Company, at Lumenhouse, Brooklyn, and The Kraine Theater, New York, NY – “From Across the River”, Exchanged Exhibition between MFA Students from Montclair State and Pratt Institute, at Montclair MFA Gallery, New Jersey, and Stueban West Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York 2008 – “Inflating/Refinement”, at Aswoon Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, organized by The Pratt History of Art Department and The Pratt Artists’ League – Exhibition of the 4th International Art Festival and Art Workshop in Thailand 2008, at Poh-Chang Art Gallery, Poh-Chang Academy of Arts, Rajamagala University of Technology Rattanakosin Bangkok – Art Exhibition to Glorify “Supreme Artist’s Inspiration”, at the National Gallery, Chao-Fa Road, Bangkok 2007 – Art Thesis Exhibition 2006, at Art Center of Silpakorn University – Art Exhibition for Celebration of the 80th Anniversary of Supreme Artist, at the National Gallery, Chao-Fa Road, Bangkok 2006 – “The Difference of Inspiration” Arts Exhibition at Art Center of Silpakorn University, Bangkok Rajamangala University of Technology Isan Nakornrachasrima Campus, Nakornrachasrima Province Duriyanart Art Gallery, Kumpangpetch Rajabhat University, Kumpangpetch Province Burapha University’s Art Gallery, Chonburi Province Songklanakarin University’s Art Gallery, Pattani Province 2005 – Painting Foster Dreams and Bonding between Thais-Americans Arts Exhibition”, at The Supreme Artist Hall, Bangkok – 2nd Amata Art Award Art Exhibition, at the National Gallery, Chao-Fa Road, Bangkok – 17th TOSHIBA’s “Bring Good Things to Life” Art Exhibition, at the National Gallery, Chao-Fa Road, Bangkok – 7th PANASONIC’s Contemporary Paintings Exhibition, the National Gallery, Chao-Fa Road, Bangkok 2004 – 1st Visual Arts Exhibition (Painting) at the Office of the Tourist Authority of Thailand in Los Angeles, California, Organized by Thai Art Council in USA and Ministry of Culture of Thailand 2003 – Still Life and Landscape Painting Exhibition, Art Center of Silpakorn University, Bangkok