Webinar: Artist Conversation with Pinaree Sanpitak
In collaboration with the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 100 Tonson Foundation proudly presents an exclusive webinar and virtual conversation with Pinaree Sanpitak.
If you are interested to attend this invitation-only webinar, please reach out to us at email@example.com . We'll be very happy to send a link for registration to you!
Speakers: Pinaree Sanpitak (Artist) and Aleesa Pichamarn Alexander (Assistant Curator of American Art at Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University)
Moderator: Abby Chen (Senior Associate Curator and Head of Contemporary Art at Asian Art Museum)
Hosted by 100 Tonson Foundation, Bangkok, and the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
On Tuesday, November 3, 2020 at 10 AM (Bangkok, Thailand Time)
[ Monday, November 2, 2020 at 7 pm PST (US&Canada)]
Pinaree Sanpitak is among Thailand’s most prominent contemporary artists. Since her early practice in the 1980s, her work has celebrated the female body as a vessel of perception and experience, including through her artistic explorations of the vessel and the mound as basic and primal forms. Sanpitak’s works are part of many important private and public collections, including the permanent collection of the Asian Art Museum, where her renowned Breast Stupa Topiary sculptures will be unveiled in 2021.
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