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We have just one world, but we live in different ones.

24/ March/2016

We have just one world

 

‘ We have just one world, but we live in different ones.’

Our subconscious minds store all kind of things like faces of people we see during the day. You might not thinking about them, but somehow, they’ve make an impression on your mind. In Salon, you have to face the giant mirror in front og you and sometimes it allows us to have an access to get in contact with ourselves and with a part of what we ignore. – by Wittamon Niwattichai.

Great thanks to Khun Pueng Wittamon for her choosing Rikyu. She will express her world at everywhere in Salon, showing her prints, drawings and embroidered drawings.

Products with her prints will be available at Rikyu, such as Tote bag, T-shits and postcards.

On the 24th March, there will be a hair cut and drawing performance by Rikyu team and Khun Pueng.

Party start 19:00

Live start 20:00

 

 

WITTAMON NIWATTICHAI

Education

2002               M.F.A. under The Royal Thai Government Scholarship (Printmaking with Distinction)

Academy of Art College, San Francisco, USA.

1995                  B.F.A (Printmaking with 2nd honors) Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University, Thailand.

Employment

2009-Current       Visiting Lecturer and Program Committee at International Communication

Design Program, Department of Industrial Design, Faculty of Architecture , Chulalongkorn University.

 

Selected Awards & Grants

2014                Visiting Artist Fellowship in the Printmedia & Drawing, The Canberra School

of Art, Australian National University, Australia.

2008                Visiting Artist Fellowship in the Printmedia & Drawing, The Canberra School

of Art, Australian National University, Australia.

2003                Printmaker in Residence Awards, Megalo Access Arts Inc., Australia.

Kala Fellowship winner, Artist- in-Residence, Berkeley, California, USA.

2002               Director’s Choice Award in Academy of Art College Annual Spring Show.

2001                Crossing Boundaries: East-West   Symposium in Print Art, Portland State University, Oregon, USA.

1997                 Thai Government Scholarship

 

Selected Exhibition

2015                ‘INTERCHANGE’ A printmaking dialoque between Australia and Thailand.

ANU School of Art Gallery, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.

Mosman Art Gallery, Sydney, Australia.

2014                PSG Art Gallery, Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University,

Bangkok, Thailand.

2012                Group exhibition at RMA Institute, Bangkok.

2010                10th Annual postcard exchange, Gallery 181Iowa State University, USA.

2009               The 24th Asian Art exhibition, National Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Art Exhibition by members of Bunditpatanasilpa Institute, Queen’s Gallery, Bangkok.

2008               ‘Outsider in the city’ People’s space gallery, Bangkok.

2006               Art Exhibition for Majesty the King with Dichan Magazine,The Emporium, Bangkok.

2005                Thai Artists Exhibition at Art Gallery of The Capital Library, Beijing.

Korean-Thai Contemporary Art Exhibition at Central Chidlom.

Art Exhibition for Majesty the Queen with Dichan Magazine, 100 Tonson Gallery,Bangkok.

2004                 ‘Women’s Short Stories’ Duo Exhibition of Contemporary Prints and Artist’s books at Tadu Contemporary Art,         Bangkok.

Japan –Thai Exchange Art Exhibition at the Gallery of College of Fine Arts, Bangkok.

2002-2003     Global Matrix international Print Exhibition, The Robert L. Ringel Gellery,

International Print Exhibition at Wright State University Art Galleries, Dayton, Ohio,USA.

Article

2000                 ‘Women Artist in Art Education’ in Modern Issues for Art Education Research’ Printed by Chulalongkorn University Press, Thailand.