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Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew

Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew

(b. 1980) received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology and Master of Fine Arts from Silpakorn University.

He is one of Thailand’s most exciting and widely admired new-generation artists; winner of the Sovereign Asia Art Prize in 2006, with many solo exhibitions in Thailand, Canada, USA, and Singapore. His artwork had been collected by the Yuhsiu Museum of Art’s collection in Taiwan and the Musée du quai Branly invited his artwork to be shown in Paris for 5 months.

In July 2019, Nimmalaikaew has a solo exhibition titles ตาฝาด: Reality as it isn’t at Subhashok The Arts Centre, Bangkok. He currently lives and works in Bangkok, Thailand.

Awards

  • 1st Prize, Gold Medal : The 19th ExhibiAon of Contemporary Art by Young ArAsts, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Special Award : The 14th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art CompeAAon, Bangkok, Thailand
  • The Scholarship for Art EducaAon from The FoundaAon of The Statesman General Prem Tinsulanont
  • Award Winner : The 5th Panasonic Contemporary PainAng CompeAAon, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Award Winner : Art CompeAAon of Thailand by Philip Morris Co., Ltd., Bangkok, Thailand
  • Award Winner : The 15th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art CompeAAon, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Top Award Winner : The 18th Thailand Petroleum Authority’s Art CompeAAon “PainAng the Dreams for A Virtuous Thai Society”, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 1st Award Winner : The 7th Panasonic Contemporary PainAng CompeAAon, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 1st Prize, Gold Medal, PainAng SecAon : The 51st NaAonal ExhibiAon of Art, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 1st Award Winner : The 17th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art CompeAAon, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 3rd Prize : The Second Amata Art Award 2005, Bangkok, Thailand
  • The PresAgious First Prize : The Sovereign Asian Art Prize 2006, Hong Kong
  • 1st Prize, Gold Medal, PainAng SecAon : The 54th NaAonal ExhibiAon of Art, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2st Prize, Silver Medal, PainAng SecAon : The 56th NaAonal ExhibiAon of Art, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2st Prize, Silver Medal, PainAng SecAon : The 57th NaAonal ExhibiAon of Art, Bangkok, Thailand
  • ArAst of DisAncAon, NaAonal ExhibiAon of Art, Bangkok.

Solo Exhibitions

  • February 10th 2007 – March 4th 2007, Introducing U,aporn Nimmalaikaew, Craig Scod Gallery, Toronto, CANADA
  • October 19th 2007 – November 23rd 2007 Solo ExhibiAon, U,aporn Nimmalaikaew : The Painted Veil, Bill Lowe Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • November 29, 2011 – January 13, 2012 , Solo ExhibiAon , U,aporn Nimmalaikaew : The Essence of Impermanence , ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art, , BKK.
  • March 8,2014 – April 6,2014, Dukkha: The Imagery of Suffering, solo exhibiAon by U,aporn Nimmalaikaew, Yavuz Gallery,Singapore
  • Nov 25,2017 – Jan 7,2018, Dimension of Hope, solo exhibiAon by U,aporn Nimmalaikaew, Yavuz Gallery,Singapore

Group Exhibitions

2006

  • “ GeLng Something ” by Spire Group, Chamnan Gallery,
    Padaya

2007

  • “ Almost Famous ” by Spire Group, Silom Art Space, Silom Galleria, BKK.

2011

  • “ A Study of Buddhist Philosophy and the Crea9vity in Contemporary Art ” by Drama Silpa, The NaAonal Gallery Bangkok

2012

  • “ A Study of Buddhist Philosophy and the Crea9vity in Contemporary Art ” by Drama Silpa, Art Gallery Of Silpakorn University
  • “ Airport Link ” by art instructor group of Fine Art Department, Faculty of Architecture, King Mongkut’s InsAtute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand, The Art Center Chulalongkorn University.

2013

  • “ A Study of Buddhist Philosophy and the Crea9vity in Contemporary Art ” by Drama Silpa, Bangkok Art & Culture Centre.

2015

  • “ Time ”by 11Thai Contemporary ArAst,Tadu-Thaiyarnyon Contemporary,Bangkok,Thailand

2016

  • “ Spirit of Thai By Thai Ar9sts ” by BlackCat Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

2017

  • “ Neon-Age ” by Yavuz Gallery,Singapore
  • “ Reform By Thai Ar9sts” By Prince Street Gallery, New York,USA “Ghosts and Hells in Asian Art” By Quai Branly Museum, Paris, France

2018

  • “ Reform 2 By Thai Ar9sts” By Prince Street Gallery, New York,USA

Art Fairs

2013

  • Art Stage Singapore at Yavuz Gallery,Singapore
  • Sydney Contemporary at Yavuz Gallery,Singapore
  • Contemporary Istanbul,Turkey at Yavuz Gallery,Singapore

2014

  • Art Stage Singapore at Yavuz Gallery,Singapore Art Taipei at Yavuz Gallery,Singapore

2015

  • Art Stage Singapore at Yavuz Gallery,Singapore
  • Sydney Contemporary at Yavuz Gallery,Singapore Contemporary
  • Istanbul,Şişli at Yavuz Gallery,Singapore
  • Art Taipei at Adler Subhashok Gallery,Bangkok

2016

  • Art Taipei at Adler Subhashok Gallery,Bangkok

2017

  • Art Fair Philippines at Yavuz Gallery, Singapore