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PEEK @PETCH: Through Architecture Silpakorn’s Eyes

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Identifier

01EXH-01-2016-02-IMG-01

Format

IMG

Title

PEEK @PETCH: Through Architecture Silpakorn’s Eyes

Date (s) of description

12-03-2018

Extent and medium of the unit of description

24 pictures

Name of main creator (s)

Faculty of Architecture, Silpakorn University and Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Archival history

Event Date : 09 February - 09 March 2016
Location: Main Gallery, 7th floor PEEK @PETCH: Through Architecture Silpakorn’s Eyes : In 2310 B.E. (1767) while Thailand’s capital, Ayuthaya, was devastated by the second defeat in the historical war, by which major parts of the city including temples and cultural glories of Ayuthaya were set on fire and city was obliterated, Phetchaburi continued to prosper with high arts and culture from the early Ayuthaya period without being affected by wars. As many have said, “Phetchaburi is the living Ayuthaya."
This exhibition takes visitors through learning processes with which students, scholars, artists, and designers from Silpakorn University have been exploring the Phetchaburi’s masterful works of art, culture, and architecture throughout the Faculty’s 60 years since the day it was founded. The outcomes of these studies of Petchaburi’s arts and crafts have been in diverse forms — photographs, art pieces derived from field experiences, technically and artistic surveyed drawings (VERNADOC) and scaled architectural models representing fine details of buildings, components, and original/creative art on the them. In addition, a native Phetchaburi artist, Khun Korakot Aromdee, has created a new bamboo structure highlighting the local wisdom of Phetchaburi. This will be specially made to fit the BACC’s Main Exhibition space and will also thread through and connect different parts of this exhibition.

Note of Activity/ Exhibition’s Participants or Sponsors

Supported by : TOA PAINT (Thailand) Co.,Ltd. and Mitsubishi Elevator (Thailand) Co.,Ltd.

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Rules or conventions

Reference ISAD (G) to describe a set of documents

Keywords

Exhibitions, Arts, Drawing, Architectural models

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