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    Human suffering takes centrestage

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 29/09/2016

    » After a two-year hiatus, playwright and director Nophand Boonyai is back with his new work Happy New Year Mr. Smith, a play about a divorcee, a person averse to marriage and a celebrity who are entering their 40s.


    Picture of a genius

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 04/11/2015

    » 'He was nothing else but just a painter," said Pablo Picasso's grandson Olivier Widmaier Picasso. It was only when Picasso died, in 1973, that he started to realise how important his grandfather was, not just to the art scene, but to the world.


    From the past, into the future

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 10/02/2015

    » There are three versions of Korakrit Arunanondchai, one of Thailand's hottest mavericks whose works have been shown internationally in recent years: first, Korakrit in person, who isn't the most comprehensible of talkers; second, the Korakrit he professes himself to be, which is a jeans-clad, fiery-haired, spontaneous painter and gangster/rapper performance artist.


    Pichet conferred with French decoration

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 16/06/2014

    » There was a packed house at the Chulalongkorn University theatre last week when Pichet Klunchun and Yum Keiko Takayama performed French dance company A.lter S.essio’s production of Loss as part of La Fete, the annual Franco-Thai cultural festival, which continues until next month.


    Theatre, actually

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 26/03/2014

    » Being an actress is sometimes a swift pass to stardom. The spotlight, the red carpet, fame, feverish attention from the public — and of course a seemingly inexhaustible heap of money not only from acting but also for simply showing up at events or doing TV commercials.


    Bright and early

    Muse, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 14/12/2013

    » Chinese artist Yu Jordy Fu's career has literally been a shooting rocket, launched at a very young age. She held her first solo exhibition when she was six. At seven, a compilation book of her art was published. At 17, she was accepted by Central Saint Martin's College of Arts and Design in London even though she hadn't even finished high school. At 19, another book was published. At 22, she had her work exhibited at the Venice Biennale (she was the youngest participant, of course). At 26, she started her own design and architecture company.


    Drawing the readers in

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 25/11/2013

    » Reviewing the 16th Singapore Writers Festival on my return to Bangkok, it struck me that it would probably be more appropriate to call what went down in the city-state earlier this month a forum for authors and fans of thought-provoking literature.


    TV killed the reality star

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 03/07/2013

    » Reality TV has become an indispensable form of entertainment for Thai audiences _ Thailand's Got Talent is still going and the 10th season of the popular Academy Fantasia, which sparked the reality-show craze here, began last week. Over the past decade, there's no doubt we have come to enjoy the novelty of "unexpected" and "unpredictable" turns of events and observe "unrehearsed" human behaviour, as opposed to other TV shows and series.


    Visual autobiography

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 14/06/2013

    » It is more fitting to call Chalood Nimsamer's latest exhibition a visual autobiography.

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