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    Expressionist Coles changes tack for latest work

    Life, Published on 14/01/2016

    » American expressionist painter Chris Coles is better known in Thailand and Cambodia for his neon-like work featuring bar girls and their customers, but now he's gone green.


    Embracing the nature of things

    Paritta Wangkiat, Published on 11/02/2018

    » The most memorable types of architecture tend to be those that stand out from their setting, appearing distinguished from their environment. But Glenn Murcutt, an Australian architect, has a different outlook.


    EDM festival returns to Pattaya

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 08/12/2017

    » An electrifying electronic music party is upon us today. The Maya Music Festival 2017 has returned to Maya Space, Horseshoe Point, Pattaya, where a line-up of top DJs will entertain dancers and fans tonight and tomorrow on the beach of the resort town.


    Calling all rubber product inventors

    Life, Published on 22/08/2017

    » Interested young designers are invited to enter the "Rubberland Design Contest" to vie for scholarships worth 100,000 baht.


    A tale of two biennales

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 09/06/2017

    » 'Singapore has one, Shanghai has one. So do Taipei, Busan, Jakarta," Prof Apinan Poshyananda says, laughing.


    Awarding the art and craft of advertising

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 06/04/2017

    » Recognising the creative talents behind Asia's most innovative and successful advertising and marketing campaigns, Adfest -- one of the region's most recognised and celebrated advertising events -- took place at the Peach conventional hall, Pattaya, at the end of March.


    The Dystopian Director

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 25/03/2016

    » LA-based Stephan Zlotescu directed and wrote an acclaimed short film titled True Skin which was shot in Thailand three years ago. The sci-fi short film depicts a dark future where enhancing your body with mechanical parts is the new norm and those who remain natural are of lesser beings. A mysterious man named Kay (played by Stephan) is on the run from the authorities after stealing a classified prototype. It recently got picked up by Amazon Studios for a possible adaptation into a TV series. Stephan, who got his master's degree in Computer Graphics from New York's School of Visual Arts, talks with Guru about his famous short film and gives us a glimpse of what the future series may look like.


    RMA Institute

    Life, Published on 04/11/2015

    » In "The Optimists", Paul Ulan-Taylor presents mixed-media paintings from two of his continual series -- "The Optimists" and "Repirater (sic)". With a background in industrial design and technology, Ulan-Taylor's artworks incorporate draughtsman-like drawings painted in oils atop varnished abstract acrylic on canvas backdrops. The show will also feature Michael Shaowanasai's series of photographs and artworks.


    Let there be light

    Guru, Published on 06/11/2015

    » The Eden Project in Cornwall, UK, is an educational charity dubbed "a miracle" by The New York Times. It is a pioneering programme in social awareness and environmental exploration, bringing in more than 14 million visitors to its iconic geodesic structures, which have become powerful symbols of transformation and regeneration.


    Bridge Art Space

    Life, Published on 14/10/2015

    » In this third instalment of the "Threshold" exhibition series, Bridge Art Space returns with a group exhibition by three curators. While Dan Burman will present artworks by Sabato Visconti, Esra Kalk, Jessica Ta, Chris Clarke and Jay Curtis, Myrtille Tibayrenc of Toot Yung Art Space will be curating the French contemporary artist Skall and Brian Curtin of H Gallery will be curating Dhanainun Dhanarachwattana.

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