Inaugural exhibition revitalises cultural scene

Inaugural exhibition revitalises cultural scene

Inaugural exhibition revitalises cultural scene
Artwork by Christine Blom. Tthe Charoen AArt

Art lovers are invited to embark on an explorative journey during "Dawn Of Prosperity: Cultural Renaissance", which will kick off on Sunday and run until March 31. The venue is The Charoen AArt, the newest venue on the Bangkok art scene in Bang Kholaem district, Charoen Krung Road.

Held to mark the grand opening of the art space, the exhibition aims to revitalise the cultural scene along the Chao Phraya River with the unique works of four distinguished artists from diverse cultural backgrounds -- Rudolf Beger, Christine Blom, Supmanee Chaisansuk and Bryce Watanasoponwong.

Inspired by the famous words by Dalai Lama, "Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive", the group exhibition focuses on the themes "New Beginning", "New Chapter", "Prosperity" and "Auspiciousness", allowing viewers to deeply engage with art as a medium for self-discovery and reflection on life, memories and emotions.

Each artist offers a distinct perspective, presenting varied interpretations that reflect the spectrum of human emotions, serving as a testament to authenticity and artistry. Their creations foster a dynamic interaction between the creators and the audience, inviting a re-evaluation of prosperity beyond material wealth towards the quality of inner lives.

This show is more than an exhibition but a movement towards authenticity and artistry to celebrate the profound connections that define our humanity and the depth of our inner experiences. It is an invitation to engage with art as active participants, fostering a dialogue that spans time and places.

The exhibition will be open for public viewing daily from 11am to 7pm, except Mondays.



An abstract by Supmanee Chaisansuk. photos courtesy of Tthe Charoen AArt

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