Interiority by Attasit Aniwatchon


7 – 31 August 2010

Numthong Gallery

1129/29 Co-Op Housing Building

Thoedumri Road, Dusit, Bangkok 10300

Telephone/Fax 02 243 4326


Interiority/The Still-Lifes in the Four Chambers is an arts exhibition by Attasit Aniwatchon who chooses still-life figurines as his inspirations for telling the stories of his deepest emotions, views on personal life, experiences and changes through the figurines of popular cartoon characters and the artist’s own creations.

Artist’s Profile

- Attasit Aniwatchon received both his bachelor and master degrees from The Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts at Silpakorn University.

- He is now a freelance artist and also a special instructor at Silpakorn University and Bangkok University.

- He has continuously held exhibitions both locally and internationally since 1987.

- ‘Interiority’/The Story of the Still-Lifes in the Four Chambers will be Attasit Aniwatchon’s 6th solo exhibition.

Attatsit Aniwatchon is a special instructor at The Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts at Silpakorn University and The Faculty of Fine Arts, Bangkok University. He has held several exhibitions of his work both locally and internationally in Taiwan, Malaysia, Japan, Poland, Yugoslavia and Finland. ‘Interiority’ is his sixth solo exhibition and also the next chapter from ‘Soap Opera, his previous exhibition two years ago that told his perspectives from the inside out. At that time, when asked about his next show, he said he would like to tell the stories from the outside in – and thus, came the concept of ‘Interiority’. This exhibition does not portray only what is on the outer physical level but also his impressions on a certain period in life through still-life figurines which some may view as merely objects for an artist to practice his sketching. Some of the figurines are recognized as popular cartoon characters and some are the artist’s own works which were created at different time and circumstances – as if to say that our life is always full of changes.


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