A Group Exhibition : SPIRITUTAINMENT


Exhibition: SPIRITUTAINMENT
Artists:
- Prabda Yoon
- May-T Noijinda
- Krit Ngamsom
- Pasut Kranrattasuit
- Kohei Nawa
- Mai Miyake
- Peggy Wauters
- Sakareeya Amataya

Curator: Prabda Yoon

Opening Reception and talk by Thanes Wongyanawa : Thursday March 24, 2011 at 7 pm.
Exhibition Date: 24 March – 15 May 2011
Gallery’s opening Hours: Thursday - Sunday at 11 am - 7 pm

Admission: Free

100 Tonson Gallery and Japan Foundation cordially present SPIRITUTAINMENT, a group exhibition that includes artists of different nationals and religious backgrounds, curated by Prabda Yoon, raising the question of entertainment’s role in religious traditions.

The exhibition invites the artists to contemplate the relationship between religion and entertainment, as these two subjects are considered incompatible in some religious beliefs, while the facts, both historical and contemporary, show that entertainment does play a big role in religious practices. The artists then presents their reaction through newly created works. Artists in this show will be Prabda Yoon, Pasut Kranrattasuit, , May-T Noyjinda, Sakareeya Amataya, , Krit Ngamsom, Peggy Wauters, Kohei Nawa, and Mai Miyake.

Moreover, there will be a special talk on the history of the religion/entertainment relationship by Thanes Wongyanawa, a unique Thai scholar in political science and cultural studies and also a assistant professor at Facualty of Political Science, Thammasat universiry, on the opening day ( 24 March).

Exhibition Period: 24 March – 15 May 2011 ( every Thursday – Sunday)

The opening reception and special talk will be on Thursday March 24th , 2011 at 7 pm onward.

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