Review of ‘RIFTS ’ at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
6 Nov 2019
“A highlight of the show is an array of works created by Pinaree Sanpitak, and is one of the most varied collections for an artist in the exhibition. The selection provides a mini-historiography on how her practise has evolved, with the earliest work created in 1985 and the latest being 2004. With it, the audience get a quick glimpse of the kinds of concepts and techniques she has engaged with. While not extensive, since it is not a solo retrospective, it is nevertheless interesting to observe.”
Art & Market reviews ‘RIFTS: Thai contemporary artistic practices in transition, 1980s – 2000s’ where Pinaree Sanpitak is presenting a series of works from 1985 to 2004.
The exhibition is on view until 24 November 2019.
Image: Pinaree Sanpitak, ‘Kiwi works I’, 1985, ‘Kiwi works II’, 1985, ‘Womanly Stroke’, 1998, ‘Solid as a rock’, 1990, ‘One of those nights’, 1991 (left-right), exhibition installation view. Image courtesy of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre.