August 20-October 30
A fixture on the Thai art scene for over 40 years, Numthong Sae Tang has the “instinct” to perceive significant artworks. There are often times when a piece of art is picked and added to his collection with the simple explanation that the piece is “talking” to him. When he feels the piece is just right, he obtains it. This exhibition shows various works accumulated using this instinct, including a drawing by Niti Wattuya, the Murano glass by Pinnaree Sanpitak, the clogs by Jakapan Vilasineekul, a portrait by Angkrit Ajchariyasophon, and chairs by Makha Sanewong na Ayuthaya.
Numthong Gallery at Aree
72/3 Ari Soi 5, Soi 7 Phahonyothin Rd
Viewing hours: Mon-Sat 11am-6pm
Tel: 02 617 2794, 081 918 5067 | www.gallerynumthong.com