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Exhibitions

Exhibitions

Painter Manifesto

Verapong Sritrakulkitjakarn (Ayino)

Date:

17 Feb - 10 Mar 2024

“Nobody is orphan or poor in aesthetics because we can find it in the side way, in clouds and raindrops that hit the zinc in people’s eyes expression or even in your enemies though it may be lost sometimes when you wear glasses of principle of endless demands. My sensations have collected delicate feelings and stories that floated in the air and strung together in a time of thought. Refining and decorating through attitudes in alchemical alphabets, power is charged to become a seed that scatters on the work and to be a painting that grows in the eyes which can describe the scent and produce in mind”. The statement of the painter.

“Painter Manifesto” exhibition is the 11th solo exhibition of the crazy and powerful young artist “Verapong Sritrakulkitjakarn”, Who is an active figure of Thai and internationally artist and well known as Ayino. The work this time was inspired from many different things including music, literature, history and the environment around us in the present time to compose and assemble to be a contemporary story, expressing to be a huge oil painting in order to to be able to collect feelings, the greatness of life and the world through this canvas.

“Why do we draw?” A loud rumbling sound echoes in the dark cave. The shadow of a bison buffalo and many animals run on the field to the hall’s wall of the cave, traveling to the cemetery city; the artistic king tomb. Worshipping gods that transform to appear in heaven into our eyes. Sacred spirits that still remain. Walking in hands and following the brave and pure heart. Dedicating the dream for an inheritance of the land. Thoroughly embedded the name under the soil and left it to be a renowned jewel of the world, shining for human life just to be the shadow of history in a giant footmark. Later on the spirit was contained in a readymade can which is ready to drink in up and down levels, depending on a content’s meter compression. A finger points to a propeller to roll in the stream. Letting anybody who can grab or swing takes it. A frequent notification rings to shock the heart. An echoed sound in the cave has slowly gone down and if it could come into anyone’s ears. That depends on how you interpret.

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