View In Room
View In Room
Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 100cm(H) x 120cm(W) / 39.4"(H) x 47.2"(W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
From the Series 'In with the new', which is the artists interpretation of modern society where news and information is highly accessible and people are able to interact and travel freely. Everything is interconnected; all cultural aspects influence each other and have become intertwined. Local characteristics and identity are now harder to define with the influx of external influence. Traditional art and culture are constantly being transformed and re-interpreted resulting in new visual language. In this series, the artist explores this issue by looking through the Isan artistic past of Hoop Tam, a unique traditional mural painting that uses vivid colors. En-on experiments with the symbolic combination of old and new characters, to reflect on the current changes in Thai society.
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Hometown: Kon Kaen
Lives and Works: Kon Kaen
Tanupon En-on has graduated in Fine Art from the prestigious Silpakorn University of Thailand and is currently teaching at Visual Art Department, Mahasarakam University.
"In with the New", YenakArt Villa, Bangkok, Thailand
1st Prize of “The Right of Human Being“
1st Prize Gold Medal in Painting of 2nd Amata Art Award 2005
2nd Prize in showcase Design of Handicraft Art of Student in the Northeast Region
2nd Prize Silver Medal in Painting of 50 th National Exhibition of Art
3rd excellence Prize in the 8 th Panasonic contemporary Painting Exhibition
Merit Prize of 16 th cotemporary Art by Young Artist
Merit Prize of 6 th contemporary Art held by Panasonic company Limited
Merit Prize from Krung Thai Bank of 51th National Exhibition of Art
Merit Prize from Krung Thai Bank of 52th National Exhibition of Art
The color of Silpakorn Pradit Award of 20th contemporary Art by Young Artist
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