DUSADEE HUNTRAKUL and TAE PARVIT

THE PIANO SHOP at 59/9 Soi Sukhumvit 31
12 - 27.08.2023

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BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY proudly presents THE PIANO SHOP, an exhibition showcasing the works of two artists, Dusadee Huntrakul and Tae Parvit, in a unique pop-up site-specific installation. Set within the enchanting architecture of a timely aged and deserted music school in Sukhumvit area, the exhibition features a diverse array of the artists’ creations, including paintings, sculptures, and sound installation, all intricately woven together to accompany the once-lid stories and dreams.

DUSADEE HUNTRAKUL

b.1978, Bangkok, Thailand

Lives and works in Bangkok

An artist with his deep-rooted imagination and yearning for an interconnected carriageway to souls. In 1998, the first time Huntrakul saw his late brother bring home fired funky ceramic pots that he made at a community college’s pottery class in USA, that was when something profound moved inside of him. Huntrakul started working with clay himself almost twenty years ago at his uncle’s ceramic studio in Bangkok. Many schools and different lives later, he still uses fired clay, language and other materials to compose space that is familiar yet unknown. Between teaching and raising a child, he keeps a modest studio practice around Phrakanong area in Bangkok, Thailand. Dusadee Huntrakul is set to participate in Singapore Biennale Every Step In The Right Direction in November 2019.

TAE PARVIT

b. 1993, Bangkok, Thailand

Lives and works in Bangkok

Tae Parvit expresses abstractions of reality through a myriad of means. Though practicing predominantly as a painter, his creative output has spanned numerous genres. Taking inspiration from personal experiences and the world around him, he draws viewers into realms of colors that meld varied ideas. With his self-taught approach to the use of colors, scale and composition, he draws audiences into a multi-sensorial environment generative of communal spirit and fellowship. Tae Parvit has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions in both Thailand and abroad. His practice is represented in private collections around the world.

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