Exhibition in Bangkok
In keeping with the notion small is beautiful, La Lanta Fine Art presents the “1 x 1 x 1” exhibition that features small artworks with less than 1m dimensions, at Galleria 4, 2nd floor of River City Bangkok, until Oct 13.
The collective exhibition features nine artists from Argentina, Israel, Japan, France, South Africa, the UK and Thailand.
Measuring no larger than 1m in width by 1m in length by 1m in height, the artwork on display includes a mixed media circular work with a Buddhist theme by Pannaphan Yodmanee; portraits of homeless people by Pairoj Pichetmetakul; dot paintings by Chamnan Chongpaiboon; and oil-on-paper sketches by British artist Thomas Donaldson.
Expect to see delicate hand-printed woodblock by British printmaker Ralph Kiggell; abstract compositions by South African painter Natasha Barnes; and photographic work using Google technology by Argentinean artist Federico Winer.
Sculptures in the show include limited edition figures with a clever twist of the classic by French sculptor Olivier Duhamel; standing metal art by world-renowned Israeli artist David Gerstein; and one-off blue and white pieces by Japanese ceramist Shin Koyama.
The exhibition can be viewed from 11am to 8pm on weekdays and 10am to 8pm on weekends and public holidays. River City Bangkok is on Charoen Krung 24. All work in the exhibition can also be viewed online at lalanta.com