September 9–November 12
Racial and cultural discrimination is always unavoidable in any form of social movement. The vast majority of people are often superficial or pay unwarranted attention to the appearance of others. Similarly, favouritism and patronage are deeply rooted in society. For some, both can be beneficial and troublesome, which can lead to problems seen today. Ideas such as these are what artists Jirapong Somphao, Phurapol Sotaiyin, and Phuwadon Thongnoum choose to explore. This showcase of their work reflects the meet-up and brainstorming sessions held between these three talented artists as they discuss the subject through art.
Kalwit Studio & Gallery
119/14, Ruamrudee Soi 2
Viewing hours: Tue-Sun, 10am-6pm
Tel: 02 254 4629