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    Greyscale greatness

    Brunch, Published on 09/09/2018

    » They look like pictures that could have been taken on Mars, if not heavily Photoshopped, but Tom Jacobi emphasises again and again that all his photos are of real and uncontrived structures on Earth. Ranging from deserts with pockets of water to dramatic mountain ranges, his photographs capture a world you've likely never seen before -- largely in grey tones because he has gotten up at 4am to get these shots.


    A bamboo tree for all trades

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 08/07/2018

    » A rare sighting of phai si suk, or thorny bamboo, only seems to bring up memories of the past nowadays.


    Portrait of artistsas young craftsmen

    Brunch, Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai, Published on 24/06/2018

    » The nostalgia of childhood, social problems and the hardships of life -- all count themselves among the themes spotlighted in an ongoing exhibition featuring selected works by Thai art students of all disciplines.


    The charm of enamelware

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 15/04/2018

    » In a trend-driven world, enamelware remains a classic.


    Feel at home in sunshine state

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 16/07/2017

    » I would like to introduce Florida, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the US. This entire state has so much to offer Thai tourists who are not fans of Western winters. The weather here is just like in southern Thailand. Beaches, the sea and trees are like those in Phuket and Phangnga. Many beautiful white yachts look so good against the crystal blue background of the sea and sky.


    Art on a huge scale

    Brunch, Michael Ruffles, Published on 23/10/2016

    » If Thailand was to get a 23-metre easel weighing 12 tonnes, where should it go? And what painting should it support? These are the questions Cameron Cross hopes to answer as he attempts to bring his international public art project to Thailand.


    The fine art of persistence

    Brunch, Jeerawat Na Thalang, Published on 19/06/2016

    » The latest artwork of Chakrabhand Posayakrit, Thailand's best-known painter, is the most surprising of the master's prolific oeuvre.


    Renaissanceof the X-ray

    Brunch, Michael Ruffles, Published on 29/05/2016

    » While Peng Janthasorn's work looks like Rembrandts that have been X-rayed, there is a major difference between the young artist and the Dutch and Renaissance masters she loves. Peng cannot paint.


    Image consciousness

    Brunch, Michael Ruffles, Published on 20/03/2016

    » Two weekends, two exhibitions, many weighty issues: Bangkok art lovers are about to see something profound.



    Brunch, Published on 28/06/2015

    » Sand One’s dolls are brash and busty. They hang out on the streets of Los Angeles, Miami, Mexico City and now Bangkok, lips puckered, eyelashes large, curled and spider-like. There’s Mascara Baby, blonde and skinny, the girl who wants to stay at home and paint her face all day. There’s Stacks, the blue-haired businesswoman who loves sushi and vodka. And there’s Captain Bermuda, who has a boat but can’t swim. Some dolls elude seduction; others embrace it. They’re sexy, but above all, says the LA street artist who created them, they’re cute.

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