Pride Month to be marked with art

A ceramic sculpture by Tew Wasinburee. (Photo: Pulse Clinic)

To mark Pride Month, Pulse Social Enterprise is holding "Pulse Chroma 2022 -- Art Exhibition Celebrating Diversity, Inclusivity And Social Well-being", which kicks off today and runs until Aug 31 at five galleries in Bangkok.

This gallery-hopping exhibition aims to present social diversity, including gender, sex, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, religious beliefs, political beliefs and other ideologies that blend together, creating beautiful dimensions in society, like an image full of colours that pleases our mind.

On display are more than 100 colourful and creative art pieces of various types including photographs, digital and fine arts, and light installations by emerging and well-known Thai and international artists.

They include photos by Surachai "Pui" Saengsuwan, paintings by Oat Montien, ceramic sculptures by Wasinburee "Tew" Supanichvoraparch, and digital artwork by Ana Marie Pido from the Philippines.

Digital art by Ana Marie Pido. 

The art pieces are displayed and available for purchase at Pulse Silom CBD, Pulse Gallery Phrom Phong, Pulse Gallery Phloenchit (at Maha Thun Plaza), Pulse Clinic Phaya Thai, and House of Heals (at Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel).

The opening party will take place at Pulse Gallery Phloenchit today from 5-11pm and will feature performances by Angele Anang, winner of Drag Race Thailand Season 2, and Pangina Heals from RuPaul's Drag Race. Tickets cost 700 baht (600 baht from ticketmelon.com).

There is no admission fee to the exhibition. Visit pulse-clinic.com/pulse-chroma-2022 or facebook.com/PULSEGalaxy.



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