Bayside Gallery - Bayside City Council Art & Heritage Collection
22 November 2018 - 3 February 2019
The concept of a lucky charm has endured across cultures, religions and eras. Throughout the ages humans have found solace and power through relationships with special objects. Superstitions, rituals, amulets and charms provide a calming mental focus during times of anxiety, and objects imbued with a mystical meaning contain a supernatural aura of influence – a conceptual weight that sets them apart from being merely trinkets.
Artists: Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Kate Beynon, Helen Britton, Sai-Wai Foo, Hannah Gartside, Niharika Hukku, Jumaadi.
Co-curated with Joanna Bosse: Bayside Gallery Curator.
Sombat Permpoon Gallery, Bangkok
3 August - 2 October 2016
The exhibition “Tribute” derived from the unique style of the Sombatpermpoon Gallery where artworks by Thai masters are collected and exhibited. Although some had passed on, but their works still inspire and are continually studied by up-and-coming young artists. This has created an invincible connection between the old masters and the next generation of artists. Taking this connection a step further, The curator invited 17 artists at various stages of their career (early to established) to create new work under the Ganesh theme, using ceramic as the main material. Most Thai artists regard Lord Ganesh as the Grand Master of Art. In this exhibition, he represents a seamless art link that runs through the different generations of Thai artists. Through personal experience, interpretation and faith, “Tribute” presents a new perception and contemporary views of Lord Ganesh.
17 Artists: Amornthep Mahamart, Ariya Sitthibud, Chatchai Kreanprasert, Chira Chirapravati Na Ayudhya , Keofar Kesornsook, Kitikong Tilokwattanotai, Michael Shaowanasai, Naidee Changmoh, Nino Sarabutra, Paiboon Srisutat, Pornpan Sudasna, Pornphun Sutthiprapha, Thaiwijit Puengkasemsomboon,Torpong Choeichom, Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch , Worawut Suteeweerakajorn, Yutdanai Sripaiboon
Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane
29 March - 16 April 2016
As an artist whose prefer medium is ceramic, I have selected 8 artists who create work that i found beautiful. pleases my aesthetic senses, both for the sight and the brain. The work in Return to Beauty exhibition has a combination of great qualities, such as shape, colour, form, technique skill and refine concept.
To me, when refer to the beauty of ceramic, the Chinese blue and white porcelain first came to mind. Thats why I asked participant artists to create their work respond to the Blue and White colour scheme.
8 Artists: Glenn Barkley, Amy Kennedy, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, Kris Coad, Julie Pennington, Alice Couttoupes, Alana Wilson, Helen Fuller
Beaver Galleries, Canberra
9 - 28 July 2015
A collaboration with Susie Beaver, a director of Beaver Galleries, Canberra. An exhitbion of 13 artists whose practices are influenced by and reflect their cultural heritage. Most of these artists were born overseas and have chosen to live in Australia creating work that celebrates their chosen and inherited cultures.
13 Artists: Alice Couttoupes, Somchai Charoen, Maria Chatzinikolaki, Klaus Gutowski, Shin Koyama, Keiko Matsui, Kim-Anh Nguyen, Ramesh Nithiyendran, Avital Sheffer, Vipoo Srivilasa, Kenji Uranishi, Mark Valenzuela, Prue Venables.
ATTA Gallery, Bangkok
2 October - 9 November 2014
An exhibition that explores the notion of spoon as wearable art, featuring artists who work in different media from around the world. The idea is to challenge artists to create something that they do not normally create and exercise their creativity by translating their practice into a new kind of work. Most importantly, it is for the artists to have fun!
31 Artists: Albert Yonathan Setyawan, Atty Tantivit, Caroline Cheng, Chumpon Utayopath, Cyrus Tang, David Clarke, Gabriella Bisetto + Chris Boha, Hadrian Mendoza, Jorge Manilla, Louise Saxton, M.l. Pawinee Sukhaswasdi Santisiri, Marianne Hallberg, Maureen Williams, Mutlu Baskaya, Na Young Im, Nucharin Wanpongsawasd, Poly Nikolopoulou, Pornprasert Ryo Yamazaki, Prang Lerttaweewit, Prayut Sirikul, Simon Cottrell, Takerng Pattanopas + Pim Sudhikam, Tithi Kutchamutch, Ulrich Reithofer, Vicki Grima, Vinit Koosolmanomai, Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch, Yiumsiri Vantanapindu, Yuree Kensaku
Various space, Canada, USA and Australia
OBJECT: SPOON is an international showcase of creative spoons by 40 ceramics artists from 12 countries. Using his extensive social media network, Thai born Australian artist, Vipoo Srivilasa has orchestrated this international engagement between ceramic artists from around the globe. The project was first exhibited at The Medalta International Artists in Residence in Canada then at Harvard University in the USA and at Beaver Galleries, Australia - coinciding with the Australian Ceramics Triennial 2014: Stepping Up.
40 Artists: Aaron Nelson, Adil Writer, Adriana Christianson, Ashley Devitt, Carole Epp, Charlotta Klingström, Evan Hobart, Fiona McDonald, Gerry Wedd, Gin O’Keefe, James Seet, Jason Desnoyers, Jenna Stanton, Jim Bov’e, Jo Quirk, Jocelyn Hee, Joey Chiarello, Jun Myoung, Klaus Gutowski, Kris Coad, Krisaya Luenganantakul, Laura McKibbon, Leilani Trinka, Marta Armada, Megan Puls, Naomi Clement, Nayoung Im, Noriko Masuda, Rachel Cramer, Saraswati Renata, Snow Yu, Steven Low Thai Kwan, Sukumarl Leksawat, Thomas Cheong, Tinne Maria Andersen, Trisha Dean, Vanessa Holle, Vanessa Rom, Vicki Grima, Yutdanai Sripaiboon
The Grand Hall of the Siam Discovery Center
14 - 30 October 2008.
The exhibition "Design Australia", curated but Vipoo Srivilasa in collaboration with the Australian Embassy Bangkok. The exhibition is part of the 2nd Bangkok Design Festival.
“Design Australia” presents a wide range of furniture, lighting, glass, ceramics, jewellery and textile work by eight Australian designers: Marc Pascal, Maureen Williams, Sari Harris, Ilka White, Gregory Bona, Volker Haug, Zaishu and Simon Lloyd.