Our current exhibition at the gallery, Pinaree Sanpitak: Mats and Pillows and Vessels, will be on view through May 20. Additionally, Pinaree's large-scale, hanging fabric installation, The Roof, will be on view at the Brookfield Place Winter Garden in New York City’s Financial District from April 19 through July 5.
We are pleased to participate in Art Brussels this year. The fair will take place from April 20 through 23 at the Tour & Taxis. We will exhibit works by three artists participating in the Venice Biennale this year: Tracey Moffatt, Manuel Ocampo, and Sopheap Pich.
Our gallery artists continue to exhibit widely; please see below for a list of international biennials and museum exhibitions, along with selected recent press.
Museum Exhibitions VIEW
DISPLACED the politics of ethnicity and religion in the art of Jakkai Siributr
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Bangkok, Thailand (Through May 13, 2017)
"12 Art Installations and Exhibits in NYC Not to Miss in April"
untapped cities, March 2017
"The artist Pinaree Sanpitak was commissioned to create a site-specific sculpture entitled The Roof for Brookfield Place. The installation is a suspended sculpture in the Winter Garden, celebrating collaboration and coexistence. The translucent canopies, made from raw silk, glass fiber, non-woven fabric, wires, hooks, chains, and aluminum modular truss, create a temporary roof floating above the palms, giving the viewer a sense of comfort and refuge in the otherwise bustling space. "
"18 Public Art Shows to Get Excited About in NYC This Spring"
Artnet, March 2017
"Thai artist Pinaree Sanpitak takes to the airy Brookfield Place atrium with a hanging installation of translucent canopies made from raw silk, glass fiber, chains, and other materials." - Kiki Olmedo & Sarah Cascone
"Ackland Art Museum Reimagines – and Reinstalls – Galleries of Asian Art"
Press Release, December 2016
"Flora and Fauna (through 14 May 2017) examines the importance of animals, plants, and flowers in Asian art... The show's centerpiece is a large-scale contemporary hanging sculpture by Sopheap Pich depicting a cascade of vine-like flower clusters."
"Sopheap Pich on 'Brilliant Ideas'", Video
Bloomberg, December 2016
"Sopheap Pich is one of Cambodia's most exciting and internationally recognized artists. His instantly recognizable bamboo and rattan sculptures are shaping the South East Asian contemporary art world."
"Tiffany Chung on 'Brilliant Ideas'", Video
Bloomberg, November 2016
"Artist, researcher and historian Tiffany Chung has made a name for herself with her stunning cartographic works. Her experience as a Vietnamese refugee has influenced the subjects of her art. Her work examines conflict, migration and urban transformation in relation to history and cultural memory."
“Where time and space cease to exist”
Bangkok Post, November 2016
"Perhaps the greatest highlight, not jut among Thai but all artists in the biennale, is a room filled with Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook's video works. We know her through her evocative take on sexuality, animals and death, etc, and all of these questions are woven and collaged together once again in an overwhelming and disorientating five-channel video installation titled Jaonua: The Nothingness (King Of Meat: The Nothingness)." - Kaona Pongpipat
“Manuel Ocampo and Lani Maestro Will Represent the Philippines at the 2017 Venice Biennale”
ARTnews, October 2016
"The Philippines’ National Commission for Culture and the Arts and its Department of Foreign Affairs announced that Manuel Ocampo and Lani Maestro will represent the country at the 2017 Venice Biennale... Ocampo lives and works in Manila but lived in California for about ten years in the 1980s and '90s. He has also been included in numerous international biennials, most notably the 1993 Venice Biennale and Documenta IX in 1992." - Maximilíano Durón