Time: October 20, 2018 to November 25, 2018
Location: TARS Gallery
Website or Map: http://www.tarsgallery.com
Phone: 099 736 8672
Event Type: art, exhibition, photo, photography
Organized By: NEWS PORTFOLIOS*NET
Latest Activity: Oct 8, 2018
Group exhibition with :
Pokchat Worasub and Tantai Cheewasopit
20/10/18 until 25/11/18
Opening 20/10/18 at 6pm until 10 pm
at TARS Gallery
Cutis = From Latin cutis (“living skin”)
The vertebrate skin, including both of its layers, the dermis and the epidermis.
For this new exhibition called "Cutis", TARS Gallery invited two artists, Pokchat Worasub and Tantai Cheewasopit, with new productions exclusive to this exhibition.
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born in 1986, lives and works in Bangkok, Thailand.
Her work pushes the notions of feminism and intimacy with photography, through a voluntary amateurism found on the social medias ( Instagram ), while trying to capture the uncontrolled, the natural pose and moments in between two pose.
These captured moments reveal to us the fragility of her models in which they become "objects of desire".
Censored many times on the social media for not "fitting" virtual policies ( no nudity is allowed ), she keeps coming back over and over and to a point where she includes now a "self-censorship" to her work to fit to the rules.
born in 1993, lives and works in Bangkok, Thailand.
Coming from Communication design at Chulalongkorn, Tantai Cheewasopit try to find harmony with lines. Black lines.
From a computer, to flesh/skin, through the process of tattooing, mixing the organic from the medium used ( skin human/animal ) and their imperfections, with the mechanical ( tattoo machine ) and digital ( computer ), his works offers another dimension of a traditional practice by pushing boundaries through figurative and abstract compositions.
He is actually working at Maison Close BKK and is in collaboration with the designer P.Tendercool and will be part of the Bangkok Art Biennale with design collaborative projects.
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3 Soi Srijun, Sukhumvit Soi 67
10110 Bangkok, THAILAND
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