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Known for a reluctance to display his works, National Artist Chalood Nimsamer's current exhibition highlights his life-long contributions to our artistic heritage

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It is more fitting to call Chalood Nimsamer's latest exhibition a visual autobiography. 

Mural Painting’ is the highlight of Chalood’s latest exhibition which is currently taking up the entire 9th floor of the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre.

"Chalood's Mural Painting And Retrospective", currently taking up the entire 9th floor of the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, is composed of all the 84-year-old artist's major works over his six-decade career, from the most recent "Mural Painting" project, earlier series like "Dharma Silpa" and "Drawing", to "Rome Drawings And Abstract Prints" done during his years abroad, back to "Early Works" from his university days.

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