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Past Art Exhibitions

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30/9/2018 - 2/12/2018
Plateau Rouge by Montri Toemsombat

For his second solo exhibition at the Toot Yung Art Center, acclaimed contemporary Thai artist Montri Toemsombat builds bridges between his most intimate emotional landscapes, and local beliefs from his hometown, Chaiyaphum.

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22/12/2018 - 31/3/2019
Bare by Haritorn Akarapat

Haritorn Akarapat explores his passionate interest in concepts of time as they can relate to Buddhist thought. New installation works will be displayed until february 2019.

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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.

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30/9/2018 - 2/12/2018
Lanna Spirit by Kachama and Somluk Pantiboon

For the grand opening of the Design Gallery, dedicated to present the best design art from Northern Thailand and beyond, Toot Yung Art Center proudly presents creations by weaving artist Kachama, and ceramic master Somluk Pantiboon.

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6/4/2019 - 27/7/2019
Reminiscence by Sommai Ma-On

The Toot Yung Art Center is proud to include for the first time this year Thai contemporary sculptor Sommai Ma-On as one of its represented artists. “Reminiscence”, a selection of old and recent works, will give an overview of the artist’s refined body of works.

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24/3/2018 - 24/6/2018
An Open Window by Pakitsilp Varamissara and Haritorn Akarapat

“An Open Window” by Pakitsilp Varamissara is a blissful reflection of the Chiang Mai region; powerfully colored landscapes melt into the softest abstractions echoing at times traditional Thai paintings, discipline in which the artist was trained.