Old photos of Asian women transferred onto canvas

“Old photographs have all the markings of an imperfect memory: they are typically faded, damaged, and unused.”

That’s part of the impetus behind artist Silawit Poolsawat’s interest in building an exhibition around them in a forthcoming show at Koi Art Gallery.

Inspired from old photographs of Asian women, “Life in Monogram” will take its audience on a journey to view the beauty and communicate messages of their time through each woman’s eyes.


Life in Monogram

11am – 7pm (close Mondays)

March 13 – April 13

Koi Art Gallery Bangkok

Soi Sukhumvit 31


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