07 Jul Top 10 Bangkok Art Exhibitions to Check Out This July 2020 | Prestige
Subhashok The Arts Centre (SAC): Until July 26
Because flowers are often thought of as fragile, gentle, and emotional objects, they are sometimes compared to women or to non-verbal languages. When we look at the image of a flower, we tend to have our own personal interpretations. However, artist Praiya Ketkool interprets things from a simplified and more straight forward perspective in ‘Floriography’, her current solo exhibition at Subhashok The Arts Centre which focuses on roadside grass flowers. She sees grass flower as part of a well-balanced eco-system that is small but great in its meaning. She expresses herself through arrangements of lines and colours which are juxtaposed by the small shapes that emphasise this “aesthetic of the ordinary”.
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