- Locution Relocations on show in Bangkok

June 09, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
Bangkok's 100 Tonson Gallery is currently showcasing the work of Phaptawan Suwannakudt in an exhibition entitled Locution Relocations.

The Thai-born artist has been based in Sydney for the past 14 years and the installation will display some of her creative output from this time.

Locution Relocations will be on show until July 10th 2011 and includes paintings and sculptures.

According to the organisers of the exhibition, Suwannakudt uses the feeling of living as an outsider to inspire her creativity.

She completed a degree in English and German at Silkaporn University in Thailand, but ended up using her vision as an artist on various temple and hotel decoration projects during the 1980s and 1990s before relocating to Australia.

The 100 Tonson Gallery, named after its address, is open from 11:00 to 19:00 local time from Thursday to Sunday.

Housed within a private residence, the arts space mostly hosts contemporary work, ranging from photography and sculpture to media-based projects.

It is within walking distance of the Chidlom BTS Sky Train station.

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For more information on the exhibition, visit or call the venue on +662 684 1527.

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