Four artists present distinct perspectives
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Four artists present distinct perspectives

An acrylic on canvas by Somsak Sansukjareonpol. photo courtesy of MOCA Bangkok
An acrylic on canvas by Somsak Sansukjareonpol. photo courtesy of MOCA Bangkok

Four talented Thai artists have joined hands to present artistic expressions and distinct perspectives during "Foursome", which is running at Moca Bangkok's Temporary Exhibition 1 and 2, ground floor, until July 28.

The exhibition brings together a diverse collection of paintings and sculptures by Jirasak Plabootong, Thongchai Srisukprasert, Somsak Sansukjareonpol and Virat Rungpayak.

Each piece reflects the unique personality of its creator while simultaneously weaving shared narratives, emotions and creative ideals.

Jirasak creates abstract art inspired by the beauty of truth and physical change. He draws on his emotions towards his surroundings, both animate and inanimate, tangible and intangible, using a creative process similar to abstract expressionism.

Specialising in surrealism, Somsak creates a personal realm of fantasy while reflecting deep emotional experiences from the past and present. His paintings are full of symbols that represent truthsand cycles of existence.

Thongchai creates contemporary art by combining traditional techniques and expertise with his imagination. He also utilises modern painting methods to achieve a lifelike sense of depth by manipulating light and shadow.

Capturing the essence of experiencing life's realities, Virat's contemporary art establishes connections between the meanings, thoughts and beliefs of individuals, their inner states, and the surrounding environment.

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