These charming pieces depict a number of strange, mysterious characters, some anthropomorphic and some quasi-mythic, decorated with a variety of colours and patterns, suggestive of traditional Buddhist art, high camp, and the elaborate visuals of Studio Ghibli films.
Gippsland Art Gallery is pleased to bring the extraordinary porcelain sculptures of Thai-born artist Vipoo Srivilasa to Sale, in his latest exhibition Everyday Shrines.
Fittingly entitled Trophy, Srivilasa’s fellowship project will engage with the NSM and Melbourne Cricket Club Museum’s extensive collection of sporting trophies and awards, as well as promote public discussion and input through a series of interactive workshops held at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground in April.
HYPHENATED presents the work of a number of contemporary Asian-Australian artists living locally in Victoria, offering varying perspectives of issues, from the personal to the global, through a hyphenated lens.
Obsessed: Compelled to make presents the work of 14 artists from across Australia, delving beyond the finished object, beyond the personality of the maker, into the fundamental conceptual framework of their creations.
Sang Thong II has been acquired by the Whitehorse City Council.