Si Sa Ket-born artist Sakaranon Supap, known for his examination of culture in Thailand's Northeast, has attempted to capture children's naivety in his latest exhibition, "The Innocence".
Presented by Carpediem Galleries and on show at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, the exhibition features 17 oil on canvas works representing the backstage activity of a group of girls preparing for a traditional Thai dance. Through his eyes, they were lively and naive girls who have yet to explore the world and he began to wonder what they are going to do in later life and how long they could maintain their innocence.
Sakaranon said: "I wish the best for their future but all I can do now is to capture these few images of their innocence on canvas."
The Innocence is on display at the People’s Gallery, 2nd floor of the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre until May 29. The art centre is located on Pathumwan intersectionand opens 10am to 9pm daily except Mondays. For more information, contact Carpediem Galleries on 081-618-2890.
April 22, 2013 to May 29, 2013
- Open days
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
10:00 to 21:00
People’s Gallery, 2nd floor, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, 939, Rama I Rd., Wang Mai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand
- Mobile number
+66 (0) 81-618-2890
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