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Period:27 Feb 2016 - 27 Mar 2016

Address:160/3, Soi Sukhumvit 33 (Daeng Udom), Sukhumvit Rd., Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand

Tel:+6622585580 ext 401, +6626620299

Service day:Everyday, Service hours: 10:00-17:30

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Subhashok The Arts Centre (SAC) is holding “Loser Cat”, a photo exhibition by Thai artist Niam Mawornkanong, to showcase the special connection humans share with their feline friends.

The exhibition, which will be held at the arts centre between Saturday to March 27, features various moods and postures of the felines in his life.

The 37-year-old Samut Prakan-born artist said the inspiration behind this art work is a cat he shares a special emotional bond
with.

Spending quality time with the pet made him realise just how perceptive and endearing they are despite their not being able to speak the same language as humans.

He decided to call the exhibition “Loser Cat” in an attempt to mock both himself and his cat. Having gone through life’s ups and downs, like his feline buddy, he can easily relate to how it feels to be a loser.

The term, he said, can invoke all types of emotions which he hopes come across in the paintings of his beloved felines.

Niam’s craftsmanship is all the more unique in that he is technically colour-blind.

His artworks are a by-product from his personal struggles and strong courage as an artist, who never gets disheartened and uses obstacles as life’s stepping stones.

Call Suchada Klinchun at 02-662-0299, 02-2585580 ext 401, or email subhashok.manager@gmail.com, or visit www.sacbangkok.com.

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Thai artist Niam Mawornkanong.

Subhashok The Arts Centre (SAC) is holding “Loser Cat”, a photo exhibition by Thai artist Niam Mawornkanong, to showcase the special connection humans share with their feline friends.

The exhibition, which will be held at the arts centre between Saturday to March 27, features various moods and postures of the felines in his life.

The 37-year-old Samut Prakan-born artist said the inspiration behind this art work is a cat he shares a special emotional bond with.

Spending quality time with the pet made him realise just how perceptive and endearing they are despite their not being able to speak the same language as humans.

He decided to call the exhibition “Loser Cat” in an attempt to mock both himself and his cat. Having gone through life’s ups and downs, like his feline buddy, he can easily relate to how it feels to be a loser.

The term, he said, can invoke all types of emotions which he hopes come across in the paintings of his beloved felines.

Niam’s craftsmanship is all the more unique in that he is technically colour-blind.

His artworks are a by-product from his personal struggles and strong courage as an artist, who never gets disheartened and uses obstacles as life’s stepping stones.


Call Suchada Klinchun at 02-662-0299, 02-2585580 ext 401, or email subhashok.manager@gmail.com, or visit www.sacbangkok.com.

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160/3, Soi Sukhumvit 33 (Daeng Udom), Sukhumvit Rd., Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand

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