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    Cause and effect

    Life, Suebsang Sangwachirapiban, Published on 20/08/2014

    » A concrete signature of Jedsada Tangtrakulwong's art concerns two features: The concept of site specificity, which often includes the history and meaning of the place of his exhibition, and an interactive quality, which persuades the audience to play with his artwork.

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    Icongrapher in the public eye

    Life, Suebsang Sangwachirapiban, Published on 19/03/2014

    » Not many of us get the chance to gaze into the eyes of people destined to go down in history. Rene Burri, a Swiss photographer who began his career in 1955 at Magnum Photos agency, has engineered that opportunity on many occasions, and through his lens has captured, at their most elegant or enigmatic, mid-20th-century movers and shakers like Le Corbusier, Pablo Picasso, Che Guevara, Jean Tinguely, Alberto Giacometti, Yves Klein, Anwar el-Sadat, Richard Nixon, Luis Barragan, Oscar Niemeyer and Richard Meier.

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    Indigenous identity

    Life, Suebsang Sangwachirapiban, Published on 13/11/2013

    » History is laden with stories of loss and agony. In particular, "the losing side" often carries a memory that does not easily fade despite the passage of time.

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    Young Blood

    Life, Suebsang Sangwachirapiban, Published on 21/08/2013

    » 'Cross-Stitch" is an inter-dialogue exhibition that lets works of new-generation artists be viewed through the eyes of a more established generation of artists. It is a part of Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre's YAN (Young Artist Network) campaign, first launched last year under the Politics Of Me banner.

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    Spiritual ties

    Life, Suebsang Sangwachirapiban, Published on 31/07/2013

    » To mark the 60th birthday of Montien Boonma _ a pioneer of Thai contemporary art from the 1980s to 2000 and who died on Aug 17, 13 years ago _ his close students and assistants have created a commemorative showcase to express their admiration and gratitude to the late master. This is another major event relating to the artist, after the exhibition on his life and work at the Jim Thompson Art Center, which will end early next month.

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