Apichatpong’s new project | PRESS RELEASE
12 August 2021
Our new project, A Minor History|ประวัติศาสตร์กระจ้อยร่อย by renowned Thai artist and filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul is now ready!
A Minor History ประวัติศาสตร์กระจ้อยร่อย is comprising a two-part exhibition in Apichatpong’s ongoing cinematic portrayal of Isan - Thailand’s northeastern region. The first installment is a three-channel video installation resulting from the artist’s journey along the Mekong River during Thailand’s recent pandemic lockdowns. He accumulated interviews and photographs that reflect the country’s shifting political climate.
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A Minor History was scheduled to be on view from 19 August 2021 through 27 February 2022. As the COVID-19 situation in Thailand continues to unfold, 100 Tonson Foundation is temporarily closed and postponing the opening of this project. We must pay close attention to guidance and restrictions as we safely reopen our space to the public. For now, we will open the space by appointment only for journalists, limited to two mask-wearing persons in the foundation space at a time.
If you wish to interview with the artist, we are happy to arrange it via phone or zoom. Our team can provide installation shots, artist portrait, and other press-related needs. Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Mobile +669.8789.6100, or LINE: 100tonsonfoundation.
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