The 100 m of exhibition space proposes highly curated exhibitions every 3 months, with a special focus on Thai artists from all regions of the country.
Artistic director Myrtille Tibayrenc has been working closely with a carefully selected group of artists since 2008, following their practice and evolution. Now reckoned artists such as photographer Tada Hengsapkul or conceptual artist Piyarat Piyapongwiwat both made their debut exhibition with Toot Yung. The center also acts as the representative of confirmed
Current Art Exhibitions
16/11/2019 - 26/1/2019
Sweet Waste by Claude Estèbe
Since his debut show “Tukata, Post industrial Venus” in 2011 in Bangkok, the Toot Yung Art Center has been the proud representative of the unique works of French photographer Claude Estèbe.
30/6/2018 - 22/9/2018
Reckless by Tawan Wattuya
Tawan Wattuya’s acute perceptiveness of global contemporary societies, infuse his work with a latent brutality exquisitely balanced with his masterful watercolor technique on soft bamboo paper.
artists such as painters Pakitsilp Varamissara, Tawan Wattuya and sculptor Haritorn Akarapat. Tibayrenc also works with foreign artists, launching in 2010 the works
of French photographer Claude Estebe, and promoting
in Thailand since 2011 French performance artist Skall.
Occasionally, the center invites foreign artists in residence to develop large-scale projects hand in hand with local artisans, highlighting the region’s ancestral craft practices and local materials such as bamboo, silk, teak wood or silver.
Upcoming Art Exhibitions
15/2/2020 - 18/5/2020
Cadavres Exquis by Myrtille Tibayrenc
For the first time presenting a selection of old and new works in her own walls, “Cadavres Exquis” will mark the 10-year anniversary of the Toot Yung art center.
Off-site Art Exhibitions
4/8/2018 - 5/8/2018
Sweet Waste II by Claude Estèbe and Tawan Wattuya
Two of Toot Yung’s most cherished artists, Thai painter Tawan Wattuya and French photographer Claude Estèbe, are for the first time united in this erotic pop up exhibition at Patpong’s artiest fetish club, the Barbar.