All posts tagged: visual arts

Art in London : Gerhard Richter

My London diary has a lot to do with going to galleries and museums, contemplating at artworks that some of which I can only appreciate visually. However, one of the most exciting pieces of art showing in London right now is an exhibition of new and recent works by a 82-year-old German painter Gerhard Richter. Consisting of over 40 works, with important bodies of new ‘Strip’, ‘Flow’ and ‘Doppelgrau’ paintings, the show will also include a large glass sculpture and a selection of key earlier pieces.

Where flowers bloom, so does hope

‘Blooming’ Art thesis exhibition of visual arts #24 Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Chulalongkorn Univeristy 18th-28th March 2010 at 4th floor studio, Bangkok Art and Cultural Center 22nd March-2nd April 2010 at Krungthai Art Gallery 3rd floor , Yaowarat Road What are we going to experience in the spring? Absolutely, blooming flowers filled with the vivid atmosphere of season are the spotlight. Butterflies and ladybirds are flattered to the fascination of flowers and herbals. This circumstance is akin to graduates. My seniors, the visual arts students, are ready to bloom gallantly. Here we come butterflies and ladybirds! so if you guys come around BACC or Yaowarat these days don’t forget to give a visit. i confirm their works are worth your time! xx