lundi 25 mai 2009


Hier, au Vieux Port de Montréal, dans le cadre du Festival Transamériques, j'ai vu le dernier numéro Transports Exceptionnels de Dominique Boivin, danseur de la troupe BeauGeste de France à la résonance de la voix de la Callas. Spectacle ahurissant, touchant de poésie. Malheureusement, on ne nomme pas le manipulateur de la pelleteuse... quelle coordination!


Sombat Permpoom Gallery is delighted to present Silk screen print, Acrylic paint and sculpture exhibition from the most promising emerging artists who adapt their Thai identities; culture, tradition and religious to the contemporary world.

Exhibition from the most promising emerging artists who adapt their Thai identities; culture, tradition and religious to the contemporary world. Together with an Art film by Mark Amerika whose work critically reflects on the fluidity of emerging identities in digital culture from both philosophical and literary (fictional) perspectives.

27th May – 31st July, 2009
At 2nd Floor, Sombat Permpoon Gallery

Pongsiri Kiddee,
emerging artist who received numerous awards from both public and private institutes, adapts his love to Thai traditional architect and silk screen print expertise to create the works that are full of colors of prosperity and warmth of Thai architect.

Naruemon Padsamran.
Naruemon’s work is inspirited by her appreciation of unique and lively tempo in Thai folk concerts ( Luk -Tung). Padsamran translates her passion by reforming old Thai folk concerts billboards to abstract paintings and sculptures which convey “postures” and “rhythm” from an outdoor stage to a gallery space.

Katika Krachaisri Zippor
brings back the Buddhist painting depicting the concept of the “ great cycle”( Pathichak Samuhapata), using animal characters as the symbolic to educate readers about the Dharma philosophy . Katika applies this traditional Buddhist painting into lively colorful story on canvas for Contemporary audiences.

Mark Amerika
artwork has been exhibited in many venues including the Whitney Biennial of American Art, the Walker Art Center, the Denver Art Museum, and the American Museum of the Moving Image. Amerka was born in Miami in 1960 and, after living in New York in the mid-Eighties, has since divided his time between Boulder, Colorado, and Kailua, Hawaii. One of the leading pioneers of early Internet art, his art and writing has influenced a new generation of artists using digital processes to create emerging forms of art that intersect at the boundary of visual art, live performance, and experimental literature
***Immobilité was opened in the Streaming Museum and its network of public spaces on seven continents on April 8th, 2009. Immobilite also presented in full length in The Project Room for New Media at Chelsea Art Museum.

Date :
27 mai 2009
Heure :
18:30 - 21:00
Lieu :
Adresse :
sukhumvit soi 1
Ville :
Bangkok, Thailand

Téléphone :
Courriel :

Invitation Facebook


Soirée de clôture le lundi 25 mai 2009
de 18h à 20h30

de l’exposition « IL CHRONIQUE » de RICARDO MOSNER

à la Maison d’Argentine
Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris

10h à 13h - 14h à 19h (fermé les week-ends)
27 A, Boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris. Tél. : 01 44 16 29 01
RER B : Cité Universitaire