Misho Gallery is proud to present the return of Thai artist, Pichai Pongsasaovapark with his latest works "Looking and Seeing II". This exhibit explores three environmental themes: Drought, Floods and Air Pollution.
Please join us on Opening night, Friday, April 6 from 5-9pm and meet the artist. Pichai P. will will happy to meet and share his process on this lastest works.
The image shown is from "Poison Flowers" created through the collection of exhaust fumes from various vehicles: motorbikes, cars and vans. Pichai captures a layer of beauty that co-exists with pollution hazards.
Pichai Pongsasaovapark is a Bangkok-based artist who uses acrylics, mixed media, and photography to create textured and visually complex abstract and conceptual work. He is represented by Subhashok Arts Centre (Bangkok). His artwork is in numerous collections, including the Luciano Benetton Foundation in Milan, Italy, and included in the Luciano Benetton Foundation's landmark volume, Thailand: Spiritual & Material - Contemporary Artists from Thailand (2015).
In 2018, Pichai Pongsasaovapark's solo exhibits include: Remains to Be Seen, National Institutes of Health Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center East Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland USA. Group Exhibition: START Art Fair, Parallel Contemporary Art and Saatchi Gallery, London, UK; Group Photography Exhibition (part of Photo Bangkok 2018), Subhashok The Arts Centre, Bangkok, Thailand and Poison Flowers and Deluge, Hong Kong Art Central, Hong Kong
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