1 x 1 x 1

5 Sep - 13 Oct 2020
RCB Galleria 4 (2nd floor)
Free entry
La Lanta Fine Art together with River City Bangkok host a new exhibition presenting artwork in a
variety of media and genres. In keeping with the notion “Small is Beautiful,” the exhibition presents painting, sculpture, and mixed media in the size of no larger than 1m. by 1 m. by 1 m. (W x D x H).
The collective exhibition features 9 artists from 6 countries including Argentina, Israel, Japan, France, South Africa, Thailand, and the United Kingdom.
Artwork on display includes mixed media circular work with a Buddhism theme by Pannaphan Yodmanee, portraits of homeless people by Pairoj Pichetmetakul, dot paintings by Chamnan Chongpaiboon, oil on paper sketches by British artist Thomas Donaldson, delicate hand printed woodblock by British printmaker - Ralph Kiggell, abstract compositions by South African painter
Natasha Barnes, and photographic work using Google technology by Argentinean artist Federico Winer.
Sculptures in the show include limited edition figures with a clever twist of the classic by French sculptor Olivier Duhamel, open editions standing metal art by world renowned Israeli artist David Gerstein, and one-off blue and white ceramics by Japanese ceramist Shin Koyama.
“Despite unprecedented international travel restrictions, our gallery and River City Bangkok carry on by bringing international artwork for the local audience to enjoy. The exhibition manifests our continued attempt to create activity and movement in the art scene after a few months of stagnation this year,” said Sukontip Prahanpap, founding director of La Lanta Fine Art.
The exhibition covers 3 adjacent spaces on the 2 nd floor of River City Bangkok. The show starts on September 5 and will end on October 13, 2020. All work in the exhibition can also be viewed online at www.lalanta.com
River City Bangkok opens daily from 11 am to 8 pm. (Monday-Friday) / from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
(Saturday-Sunday and public holidays)
River City Bangkok is located at 23 Charoenkrung 24 Rd., Talat Noi, Sampantawang, Bangkok.