When did I begin?

27th November – 28th December 2017

Group show by Niti Wattuya, Kamin Lertchaiprasert, Vasan Sitthiket, Thamarat Phokai, Krisada Phakawatsunthon, Anon Pairot, Peerawayt Krasaesom, Anusorn Chareonsuk, Veraphong Sritrakulkitjakarn, Suwit Maprajuab

The collection “Time Lapse: When did I begin?” represents a period when Numthong Sae Tang founded a new art space in Ari neighborhood. Art works which had journeyed through his collection and were exhibited during the time reflect love, admiration, and connection Numthong has toward the artists and their works. His aspiration is to show the Thai society contemporary arts by old and young generations of artists whose formats have been evolving to express view points, thought processes, and interpretations whereby traditional techniques are combined with modern ideas to create new coherent and compelling arts.

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Numthong Gallery

Phahonyothin 7 Road, Soi. Aree 5 (North) or BTS Ari Station, Exit no. 3

Cover_When Time

When Time Always Carries Its Duty Faithfully

 by Jiratchaya Pripwai
: 7 Oct – 18 Nov 2017 


เรือน 3 น้ำ 4
Ruen Sam Nam See: 7 elements

 by Imhathai Suwatthanasilp
:22 July – 31 August 2017 



 by Kwanchai Lichaikul
:27 May – 30 June 2017 


Universal Connections Documentary 2017

by Pete and Kamin Lertchaiprasert

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Video by :  Asiola

The Timeless Present Moment Exhibition @ MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum

by Kamin Lertchaiprasert
25 Sep 2016 – 6 Feb 2017
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Absurd Aesthetic

Exhibition by Anon Pairot
14 Nov 2015 – 15 Jan 2016

As I am who has been working with art. As a designer who has been working with many objects to respond capitalism and industrial world, I have been through several materials, diverse factories and various relationships., >> read more

Special Thanks : Creative Attack Area 

On the way

by Somboon Hormtientong

“…A journey is a part of studying all creations and oneself

This motorcycle is my traveling friend that takes me to wherever I want…” Somboon  Hormtientong

>> On the way, 2014

Before Birth, After Death (Sculpture)

by Kamin Lertchaiprasert
May 17 – June 28, 2014

We all know that death is inevitable but what is the state ‘before birth and after death’? This is a dharma puzzle which Kamin Lertchaiprasert has spent over six years learning,
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More About :  คามิน เลิศชัยประเสริญ / Kamin Lertchaiprasert