Bangkok Art Biennale Reveals Artist List for Edition About Covid-Era Tumult

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December 2021
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The Bangkok Art Biennale, one of the top such exhibitions in Asia, has named 20 of the artists lined up to participate in its next edition, which is scheduled to open next October. Titled “CHAOS : CALM,” the show will explore how various communities have been impacted by the pandemic.

Among the artists set to take part are members of the Thai art scene. Arin Rungjang, who represented Thailand at the 2013 Venice Biennale, will be featured, as will be Nawin Nuthong, a member of the Bangkok alternative space Speedy Grandma, which is known for supporting emerging artists in a city without a strong market ecosystem. The intriguingly named Uninspired by Current Events, whose digital artworks are posted to a Facebook page with more than 140,000 followers, will also display work in the show.

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The Bangkok Art Biennale, one of the top such exhibitions in Asia, has named 20 of the artists lined up to participate in its next edition, which is scheduled to open next October. Titled “CHAOS : CALM,” the show will explore how various communities have been impacted by the pandemic.

Among the artists set to take part are members of the Thai art scene. Arin Rungjang, who represented Thailand at the 2013 Venice Biennale, will be featured, as will be Nawin Nuthong, a member of the Bangkok alternative space Speedy Grandma, which is known for supporting emerging artists in a city without a strong market ecosystem. The intriguingly named Uninspired by Current Events, whose digital artworks are posted to a Facebook page with more than 140,000 followers, will also display work in the show.

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