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(-)1 : "The great artist of tomorrow will go underground" - Marcel Duchamp
Activities in the exhibition space for young artists
As part of a pilot project Y.A.N (Young Artist Network by BACC)
13 December 2014 - 1 February 2015
Opening 12 December 2014 at 18.30 hrs.
Main Gallery, 7th floor

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Inson Wongsam : The Autonomous Spirit
Organized by BACC exhibition dept.
12 September - 23 November 2014
Main Gallery, 9th floor

It was more than 50 years that Inson Wongsam, an 80 years old venerable artist,
has dedicated himself and has proven his faith and steadfastness of an artist who
keeps following the path of abstract art and never returning to representational
art again.

At 28, the young Northern artist-adventurer travelled on his scooter from
Thailand heading to faraway destinations in Europe to broaden his art experiences.
Exhibitions along with meetings with artists-critics from different cultures have
driven him, a Thai sculptor who was kindled with creativity, to excel his abstract
works of art to be internationally acclaimed. Travelling back to the homeland,
the determined artist brought back nothing but 12 years of art experience. With
the spirit of a creator who explores and revisits his native land, Inson Wongsam
has mingled local culture of the Northern and Abstract art harmoniously.

Inson Wongsam: The Autonomous Spirit features over 100 works including
sculptural pieces (1974 - now), woodprints (1999 - now), and the recent
paintings (2013-now). His works usually reveal uniqueness in relation to the
depth of human mind. The exhibition also includes another significant series
of sculptures such as "Huay Fai" (1974-1977) which was created from the
hugestump of teak unfolds the yearning for the purity abides in nature that
instigates the community to concern with the loss of trees and forests;
miniatures of "Sculptures Under the Sea" (1968-1974), a series of metallic
sculptures that suggests the awareness of environmental problems and
natural crises are. Some pieces belonging to the series will be fully expressed
through a piece of Video art by Jirasak Saengpolsith, and Watchara Kanha
Thai contemporary artist; and there is also a set of reassemble sculptures
(1997-now), which assembles distinctive pieces of wood with dowel joints
that can be adjustable.

Guest curator: Tuksina Pipitkul
Invited Artists: Jirasak Saengpolsith and Wachara Kanha

An exhibition by BACC Exhibition Dept.
For more information exhibition@bacc.or.th

people's gallery

Traditional Isan Art Exhibition
By Songrit Muaiprom
5 - 28 November 2014
People's Gallery P1-P2, 2nd floor, artHUB@bacc

"Traditional Isan Art" Exhibition is a collection of creative artworks originated
by my impressive experience from overseas visits. Inspired by the famous
works of world’s renowned artists, their story, design and conception are
brought to blend with traditional Isan art the root of my precious culture.
This exhibition clearly reflects the simple lifestyle plus happiness and fun
in Isan merit making festival.

Insight : Mind : Journey
By Wachira Trachoo
4 - 28 November 2014
People's Gallery P3, 2nd floor, artHUB@bacc

As long as we’re still breathing, there’re a lot of journey to make. Certainly,
whether the journey will be near or far; The way of living of people as well
as surrounding, they are usually different from something that we are familiar.

In addition changing conditions from one place to another, usually have
different significances for individual person. This exhibition is a story telling
by photos together with short messages to represent feelings.

performance

International Dance Festival 2014
21 November - 3 December 2014
Studio, 4th floor

Mark on your calendar the exciting cutting edge contemporary dance companies
around the globe will be performing in the 'International Dance Festival 2014'
organized by the Friends-of-the-Arts Foundation. Be the first to experience
innovative and ground breaking performances from dance theatres from Italy,
Spain, South Korea, Israel, Turkey, India, Singapore and Thailand. The festival

will run from 21 November to 3 December at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre.

Some of the highlight performances;

22 November 2014


23 November 2014


25 November 2014


26 November 2014


30 November 2014


-"Hopera"
by GDO Dance company, Italy

-"Swan Lake Revisited"
by Rhythmosaic Dance company, India

-"RED APPLE"
by Vision of the Dance Barcelona Dance Company, Spain

- "Rhythms of Human"
by Ambiguous Dance Company, South Korea

- "Random Chapters"
by Maya Dance Company, Singapore


Tickets available at www.thaiticketmajor.com
Ticket prices for highlight performances are 1,800/1,200/600 THB
50% discount tickets for student under 22 years old are available
at Friends-of-the-Arts Foundation Tel. 085 100 3050

For more information : www.dance-festival.info

bacc library

Storytelling Activity for Kids, Asean Tales: "Abu Nawas"
By Art Library, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Saturday 29 November 2014 at 14.00 - 15.30 hrs.
Friends of bacc Room, 6th floor

Once upon a time in the kingdom of King Aaron, Abu Nawas was invited to the king’s
dinner. After praying, the king invited everyone to eat. But the king said to Abu
Nawas that "whatever you do to your chicken, I will do the same to you." Find out
what would happen on the date and time mentioned above.

Free entry Balloon Bozo at 13.30 hrs.
Register and more information, please call 02 214 6630-8 ext. 126, 127
E-mail: library@bacc.or.th

Mamuang Talk with Wisut
By Art Library, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Friday 21 November 2014 at 20.00 - 21.30 hrs.
Auditorium, 5th floor

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre proudly presents "Mamuang Talk with Wisut"
by Wisut Ponnimit, one of the most famous Thai cartoonists and animators.
Come join us for the stories behind the making of Mamuang and his animations
on Friday 21 November 2014 at 20.00 - 21.30 hrs., Auditorium, 5th floor, BACC.

*Free entry / No reservation
For more information: Tel. 02 2146630-8 ext. 126, 127
E-mail: library@bacc.or.th

artHUB@bacc

FA Cinematheque
2nd floor

FA Cinematheque is a branch of the Film Archive (Public Organization). It offers
various products related to Thai film from Film Archive such as books, DVDs,
postcards and T-shirts with a research corner, film magazines and Pieak Poster
Theater for film screenings, talks and workshops.

Mon Cher
4th floor

The Soul Diamond Jewelry. All Diamond Jewelry are custom made especially for you
with your birth date, month, year, time and place to design your soul diamond jewelry
based on the result from the Four Pillar Chinese Horoscope for good fortune.

For more information
monCher.jewel

Upcoming in December

bacc performance

The 9th International Butoh Festival Thailand 2014
4 - 21 December 2014
(Workshops 4 - 7 December 2014 /
Performances 12 - 14 and 18 - 21 December 2014)
Studio, 4th floor

B-Floor, Butoh Co-Op Thailand and Bangkok Art and Culture Centre proudly present
BUTOH FEVER: The 9th International Butoh Festival Thailand 2014. The festival will
take place between 4 - 21 December 2014 and feature various international artists
including Takita Takayuki (Japan), Mikio Tsunekawa (Japan / Chile), B-Floor (Thailand),
Salome Nieto (Mexico / Canada) of pataSola Dance, Butoh Co-Op Thailand, Valeria
Geremia (Italy) of Sicula Butoh, Valentin Tszin of PoemaTheatre (Russia), and Paul
Ibey (Canada). Apart from Butoh performances and workshops, there will be an
exhibition and installation by Boaz Zippor (Israel), Teerawat Mulvilai (Thailand),
Tawit Keitprapai (Thailand), and Stephen Funke (Finland).

Why Butoh Fever, you may ask. There is a saying in Japanese, "If you sit on a rock
long enough it will get hot." This is the 9th festival and it is steadily getting hotter.
More and more international artists want to present their work in Thailand. Also,in
Japanese culture the word for the number 9 is similarto the sound for the word that
means "pain" or "distress". Katsura Kan has often likened Butoh as an illness that once
infected, people's lives change. In other Asian cultures, the number 9 symbolizes
completion of the three realms of existence; Mind, Body, and Spirit.

Terry
Hatfield Director - Butoh Co-Op Thailand
Producer - Ray of Light Productions

Workshops Schedule

4 December 2014


5 December 2014




6 December 2014


7 December 2014





18.00 - 21.00 hrs.


14.00 - 17.00 hrs.




14.00 - 17.00 hrs.


14.00 - 17.00 hrs.


18.00 - 21.00 hrs.


- Workshop with Takita Takayuki
(Japan), Hijikata style.

- Workshop with Valentin Tszin
(Russia)of PoemaTheatre, Performance, participants will have the opportunity
to perform live.

- Workshop with Salome Nieto
(Mexico / Canada) of pataSola Dance.

- Workshop with Valeria Geremia
(Italy) of Sicula Butoh.

- Workshop with Mikio Tsunekawa
(Japan / Chile)

**Workshops Fee : 1,000 Baht each or all workshops 5,000 Baht.

Performances Schedule

12 December 2014




13 December 2014




14 December 2014









18 - 20 December 2014



21 December 2014








19.00 hrs.




19.00 hrs.




15.00 hrs.




19.00 hrs.




19.00 hrs.



15.00 hrs.


19.00 hrs.





- Performance A, featuring :
Takita Takayuki (Japan), Valeria Geremia
of Sicula Butoh (Italy), and Mikio Tsunekawa (Japan / Chile).

- Performance B, featuring :
Salome Nieto (Mexico / Canada) of pataSola
Dance, Paul Ibey (Canada), Valentin Tszin
of PoemaTheatre (Russia).

- Performance A, featuring :

Takita Takayuki (Japan), Valeria Geremia
of Sicula Butoh (Italy), and Mikio Tsunekawa (Japan / Chile).

- Performance B, featuring:
Salome Nieto (Mexico / Canada) of pataSola
Dance, Paul Ibey (Canada), Valentin Tszin
of PoemaTheatre (Russia).

- Performance C, featuring :
B-Floor Theatre (Thailand) and Butoh
Co-Op Thailand.

Butoh Symposium,
talk back with the artists.

Featuring a Film Screening:
"Rite of Passage"
by Juliette Yu-Ming (France/Malaysia) and Solstice Butoh Jam
featuring all artists
with guest musicians. (Tickets 200 THB.)


**Performance tickets : 600 THB each or all performances 1,500 THB
For reservation and more information, please contact : Tel. 085 160 1677
E-mail: bkkbutoh@yahoo.com

BANGKOK ART AND CULTURE CENTRE

For more information, please contact BACC Information

939 Rama 1 Rd., Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
Tel. 02 214 6630-8 Fax. 02 214 6639
E-mail : info@bacc.or.th

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