SAC Gallery | Vipoo Srivilasa
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Vipoo Srivilasa

Vipoo Srivilasa

(Born 1969), is a Thai-born Australian artist based in Melbourne.

He graduated with a Master’s of Fine art and Design (ceramic), University of Tasmania. Since 1997, Vipoo has held 27 solo exhibitions in Australia, Thailand and China, and participated in over 100 curated exhibitions around the world.

His work has been featured in 9 books as well as national and international peer reviewed publications such as Art and Australia, Australian Art Review, High Fructose, Ceramics: Art and Perception, Ceramic Review, art4D, Asian Art News, and World Sculpture News.

Now working and living in Melbourne, Vipoo’s recent work has been concerned with the ideas of contemporary social, political and ethical issues as well as his experiences living between two homes: Australia and Thailand.

Solo Exhibitions



  • Red-Eard Slider, Subhashok Art Centre, Bangkok
  • Deity, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne


  • Happy Land, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne
  • Collective Reef, Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria



  • Equilibrium, Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane


  • How to Make a Million Before Dinner, Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane
  • Red Room, Maunsell Wickes Gallery, Sydney


  • Indigo Tomb, Nellie Caston Gallery, Melbourne
  • Thai Na Town – Little Oz,Chulalongkorn University’s Art Center, Bangkok
  • Indigo Monster, La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok
  • Ready to Play, Maunsell Wickes Galleries, Sydney



  • Symbols, Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane


  • Aftermath, collaboration project with the Pottery Workshop, PWS Gallery, Jingdezhen, China


  • Indigo Kingdom, Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne
  • Colonies, Surapon Gallery, Bangkok
  • Monster by Hands: collaboration project with Thai Celadon factory, Pong Noi Art Space, Chiang Mai


  • For The Future, Über Gallery, Melbourne
  • Roop, Root, Ruang, (Taste-touch-tell) 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney



  • My Self : My Other, Über Gallery, Melbourne


  • Lai Krarm, Surapon Gallery, Bangkok


  • People I Have Met, Skepsi on Swanston, Melbourne


  • Mythical Monster, Freeman 3 Gallery, Hobart


  • Action Man, Haecceity Arts Gallery, Melbourne


  • The Coral Show, Haecceity Art Gallery, Melbourne


  • Ocean Fantasies, Jam Factory Contemporary Craft and Design Gallery, Adelaide
  • S&M Mermaid, Object Store, Sydney


  • Ocean Fantasies, Side Space Gallery, Hobart


  • Mermaids, State Craft Gallery, Melbourne

Group Exhibitions



  • Sugar Spin – You Me and Everything, Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art
  • The First Central China International Ceramics Biennale, Henan Museum, China
  • Fleurieu Art Prize, Samstag Museum, Adelaide
  • The Basil Sellers Art Prize, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne
    15 Artists 2016, Redcliffe Art Gallery, Queensland
  • Function, Form, and Fantasy: Ceramics from the Burger Collection, The Flint Institute of Arts, USA
  • Adrian Sassoon, Masterpiece, The Royal Hospital, London
  • Animal, Nicolas Project, Melbourne
  • Art Taipei, S.A.G Gallery, Taipei World Trade Centre
  • The Texture of Sensation, CC Gallery, Taiwan
  • Wired Ceramic, Gippsland Art Gallery, Victoria


  • Beyond Limitations, Clayarch Gimhae Museum, Korea
  • Collisions: Cross-Cultural Collaborations, Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria
  • Imaging the Blue and White: The impact of the New, Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan.
  • Storm In A Teacup, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Victoria
  • More Love Hours, The Ian Potter Museum, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne
  • Imagining Ned, Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria
  • Everything Is All White, Kasher Potamkin, New York
  • New York Ceramic and Glass Fair, Bohemian National Hall, New York
  • Leaders, Craft Victoria, Melbourne
  • Two of A Kind, Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, Melbourne
  • Adrian Sassoon, COLLECT, Saatchi Gallery, London
  • C H O I C E : contemporary Australian ceramics, Beaver Gallery, Canberra
  • Sculpting Stories, Gallery Oldham, UK



  • Contemporary Porcelain, Queensland Art Gallery I Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland
  • artKamp: indigo mass, Independent Art Project, Massachusetts, USA
  • Made In China, Independent Art Project, Massachusetts, USA
  • Earth and Fire: South East Asian Ceramic, Workhouse Art Centre, Virginia, USA
  • BIG Ceramic, Yarra Gallery, Melbourne
  • The XXIIIrd International Biennale of Vallauris Biennale, France
  • Adrian Sassoon, Masterpiece London, The Royal Chelsea Hospital, London
  • Adrian Sassoon, COLLECT, Saatchi Gallery, London
  • Inquiring Finds, Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House, Hawaii
  • Mythology Meets Archetype, Northern Clay Centre, Minneapolis, USA
  • Important Exhibition of Australian Ceramic, Mossgreen Gallery, VIC
  •  Stanthorpe Art Festival, Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery, QLD
  • 50 Shades of Brown, Gallerysmith, Melbourne
  • Adrian Sassoon, The European Fine Art Fair, Maastricht Exhibition Centre, The Netherlands
  • Melbourne Art Fair, presented by Edwina Corlette Gallery, Melbourne


  • The Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale, Icheon, Korea
  • SEXSE@Medalta, Medalta Gallery, Canada
  • Ceramic Top 40, Ferrin Contemporary and Red Star Studios, Kansas City, USA
  • Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Sydney
  • 3×3 Project, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok
  • Hobart Art Prize, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart
  • New Blue and White, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA
  • New York Ceramic Fair represent by Ferrin Gallery, Bohemian National Hall, New York, USA
  • The Hua Krathi Project, RMIT University School of Art Gallery, Melbourne
  • Modern Masters, International Trade Fair, Munich, Germany
  • Crafting Design/Designing Craft: 40 Years of JamFactory, JamFactory Gallery, Adelaide.
  • Finalist, Manningham Victorian Ceramic Award, Manningham Gallery, VIC



  • Ferrin Gallery at Art Miami, Midtown, Miami
  • New World:Timeless Visions, New Mexico Museum of Art Santa Fe, USA
  • Jakarta Contemporary Ceramic Biennale 2012, Indonesia
  • Adrian Sassoon, Pavilion of Art & Design, London, London
  • Adrian Sassoon, Masterpiece London, The Royal Hospital Chelsea, London
  • Clare Beck at Adrian Sassoon, COLLECT, Saatchi Gallery, London
  • Pacific Rim Connection, Azuma Gallery, Seattle, USA
  • The Pottery Workshop 25th Anniversary, Seattle Design Center, USA
  • On Kindness: an Australia India Culture Exchange, Habitat Centre, New Delhi
  • Man and Beast, Rex Irwin Art Dealer, Sydney
  • Cross Path, Beaver Galleries, Canberra
  • Thai Trends from Localism to Internationalism, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Thailand
  • Indigo Monster, La Lanta Gallery, Bangkok


  • SOFA Chicago (presented by John Natsoulas Gallery), USA
  • Ceramic Annual of America, Civic Center, San Francisco, USA
  • Finalist, Manningham Victorian Ceramic Award, Manningham Gallery, VIC
  • The Pursuit of Porcelain, SOFA NewYork (presented by Ferrin Gallery), USA
  • In Family Unity – Unity of the World, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Russia
  • East-West Ceramic Collaboration, University of Hawaii Art Gallery, Monoa


  • International Ceramics Competition of L’ALcora, L’Alcora Ceramics Museum, Spain
  • A New Insight of International Contemporary Ceramics, Degas Arts Space, Shanghai
  • Elegant Monsters, Gallerie Philosophie, Taipei
  • Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award, The Art Centre, Queensland
  • Ceramic Now?, Whitehorse Art Space, Melbourne
  • Hobart Art Prize, Tasmania Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart
  • Anna Pappas Gallery in Sydney, Depot Gallery, Sydney
  • In the Family Unity – Unity of the World, Khanty-Mansiysk city, Russia