Asian artfest at Iconsiam
A curated selection of outstanding artworks by renowned local and international contemporary artists is exhibited during the pop-up exhibition "The Space Between Us II" which is running at Iconluxe, 1st floor of Iconsiam, Charoen Nakhon Road, until March 3.
This is the second instalment of a collaboration between Tang Contemporary Art and Iconsiam, which presents two dozen artworks, mostly acrylic and oil on canvas paintings, as well as some fine art prints and sculptures by a total of 19 artists.
Expect to once again witness images of two zodiac heads made from Lego bricks and a marble sculpture by Ai Weiwei who made a Bangkok debut solo exhibition last year.
Also, four artists -- Dinh Q Le from Vietnam and Pannaphan Yodmanee, Kitti Narod and Yuree Kensaku from Thailand -- who joined the first pop-up exhibition which ended late last month, continue to show their works here.
Other artists in the new line-up include Chen Wenbo, Ji Zhou, Linz, Zhang Yongxu and Zhao Zhao.
The pop-up show is another opportunity for art lovers to engage in different cultures and ideas presented through these new media artworks and appreciate them in a new light.
It is also expected to open a door to another side of of their lives. They will realise how art comes from life and understand the idea that "contemporary arts is the common language of all mankind".
An oil on canvas painting by Feng Zhengjie. Photos courtesy of Tang Contemporary Art
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