Date : 26 July 2014 Location: Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Art with Rice Fields : relationship between life, society and art of Sakarin Krue-on
By BACC Education Department, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Time: 14.00-16.00 hrs.
BACC Art Talk 2014 series "Relational Aesthetics" aims to create a better understanding of contemporary art through a series of talks with artists, curators, critics and academics.
The first talk of the series on 26 July 2014 is a talk by Sakarin Krue-on, a renowned Thai artist who is famous from using Thai’s traditional agricultural culture "rice farming" as the motivation behind his works and creating a link between the society and the art.
Sakarin Krue-on plays an important role in Thailand’s art scene both as an artist and an art professor at the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University. His works often reflect the distinctiveness of Thai culture in various art forms and have been recognized in both local and international levels. He has been invited to participate in various international art festivals as well as invited to give lectures about art in different countries around the world.
26 July 2014 at 14.00-16.00 hrs. Friends of BACC Room, 6th floor.
The Talk will be in Thai
Organised by Education Department Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
For more information please call 02 214 6630-8 ext. 519