Vipoo's latest exhibition in Bangkok, Red-Eared Slide has been featured on Artefuse.com
A review of Vipoo's major Bangkok exhibition is in the Bangkok Business Newspaper.
Vipoo's work recently featured in Lebanon based art and design magazine CURVE (issue April/May 2016).
เต่าแก้มเเดง Red-eared sliderA solo exhibition of Vipoo Srivilasa in Bangkok.
Thank you for your support. Clay LAB is happening and it will be an exciting place.
Rebecca Hill, Exhibitions and Collections Co-ordinator from Gallery Oldham, UK has written about Patience Flower XXIII for Craft Council, London.
High Fructose, the new contemporary art magazine recently featured Vipoo's work.
"Our Mob", a collaboration work between Eric Brown and Vipoo Srivilasa has been acquired by Department of Rural Health, Melbourne University, Shepparton.
My first ever crowdfunding campaign, Clay LAB
Clay LAB is to be a place to host my community based projects, especially cultural exchange between artists.
Patience Flower XXIII (collection of Craft Council, London) is on display at Gallery Oldham, UK as part of Sculpture Stories Exhibition.
Vipoo's works are part of Imaging The Blue and White: The Impact of The New exhibition at Yingge Ceramics Museum , Taiwan.
Ceramic Ireland magazine latest issue featured Vipoo Srivilasa's work.
Vipoo's work featured in Noble Living magazine (Thailand)
Vipoo's big interview in Ploy Gam Pet magazine (Thailand)
Vipoo Srivilasa has been awarded to the Development Grants Individuals and Groups 2015 from Australia Council for the Arts.
Two of Vipoo's recent works are now in a permanent collection of Clayarch Gimhae Museum, Korea.
Design*Sponge features Vipoo's studio in Bangkok.
An exhibition of Collaborative works by Gallery Kaiela Artists and Contemporary Artists from other Cultures, at the at Shepparton Art Museum.
Vipoo's community art project has been shortlisted for the Basil Sellers Art Prize.
Gippsland Art Gallery acquired Lantana Camera for their collection.
In SAM’s Showcase #7, Vipoo Srivilasa transforms Sheppartonian refuse into works of art
C H O I C E - review in the Canberra Times
Patience Flower XXIII, 2014, was Purchased by The Crafts Council, London.
More love hours brings together selected works by thirteen contemporary Australian artists who use craft media, techniques or processes in their practice.
Art Monthly current issue featuring many interesting ceramic stories including Clay for Nepal project and a round table discussion on traditional and contemporary ceramic. Panel members are Grace Cochrane, Kirsten Coelho, Gerry Wedd, Emily Hunt and Vipoo Srivilasa.
A unique exhibition showcase a large and diverse collection of artworks and artefacts by artists that represented by Scott Livesey Galleries and from private collectors.
C H O I C E is an exciting collaboration between Beaver Galleries and highly regarded Thai born ceramicist, Vipoo Srivilasa.
OBJECT: SPOON is an international showcase of creative spoons by 45 artists from 14 countries.
Ned Kelly remains a highly mythologised character in Australian history. Some say he was a murderous villain and outlaw, while others proclaim him a misunderstood folk hero – an Australian Robin Hood.
Nine Victorian makers leading the way across traditional, experimental and contemporary crafts showcase diverse ways of making and thinking within the craft landscape.
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