H Gallery

H Gallery

H GALLERY was established in 2002 with the primary purpose of representing a selected group of emerging contemporary Asian artists. H GALLERY is located in at late 19c colonial building in downtown Bangkok, Thailand.

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H Gallery updated their address. 07/08/2021

H Gallery updated their address.

H Gallery updated their address.

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H Gallery Bangkok has closed.
We no longer operate an exhibition space on Sathorn Road in the City of Bangkok.
We are evolving, so please visit
hgallerybkk.com in July 2020 for future projects and information.
Enquiries: +66 850215508 / [email protected].

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29/08/2019

New Grids by Sopheap Pich at H Gallery Bangkok

12/08/2019

A new series of paintings by Somboon Hormtientong has just arrived at H GALLERY BANGKOK. All paintings measure 200x150 cm and are dated between 2017-2019. They can be viewed on request at the gallery any time between 10:00 and 18:00 from Wednesday- Monday. We are closed on Tuesdays.

06/05/2019

New and recent paintings by Mit Jai Inn at H GALLERY BANGKOK. May 1st until July 30, 2019.
The installation based paintings, Beautiful Futures by Mit Jai Inn, will stay in place indefinitely at H PROJECT SPACE on the second floor of H Gallery.

04/01/2019

Sawangwongse Yawnghwe's paintings for
The 12th (2018)Gwangju Biennale Exhibition -
Imagined Borders
Now at H Gallery Bangkok

15/10/2018

Official selection for the Bangkok Art Biennale 2018: Jakkai Siributr’s OUTLAWS’S FLAGS. Bangkok Art and Culture Center. October 17, 2018 - February 3, 2019 #bangkokartbiennale2018 #jakkaisiributr

15/10/2018

Mit Jai Inn - BEAUTIFUL FUTURES on display at H GALLERY BANGKOK until January 27, 2019 #bangkokartbiennale2018 #mitjaiinn #bangkokbiennial2018

15/10/2018

Sawangwongse Yawnghwe - BULLET SCHOOL on display at H GALLERY BANGKOK until January 27, 2019 #bangkokartbiennale2018 #sawangwongseyawnghwe

23/09/2018

Sawangwongse Yawnghwe - BULLET SCHOOL
1/9/18 - 27/1/19 H GALLERY BANGKOK

06/09/2018

Sawangwongse Yawnghwe - BULLET SCHOOL
1/9/18 - 27/1/19 H GALLERY BANGKOK

17/08/2018

"Blue Crossing" and "Quiet Greens." Two new grids from Sopheap Pich. At H Gallery Bangkok

27/06/2018

POTOBANGKOK 2018
Xavi Comas - SIX
Perfection and Seduction in the City of Tokyo
July 2018, H GALLERY BANGKOK

30/05/2018

H Gallery's cover photo

30/05/2018

H Gallery

04/05/2018

FRENZY
Installations by
Meeratchata Rujinarong
Phraeva Rujinarong
Ram Kanjanavanit
May 4 – 27th 2018

H Gallery is very pleased to announce an exhibition of installations by three emergent Thai artists which explore dark areas of human experience. But FRENZY also includes a salve to the shock of taboo. With titles such as Sexorcism and Reveal the Madness, audiences are reminded of the demands of society to push the messiness of our emotional experiences off-view. For Thailand, this breach of private/public mores might prove particularly provocative.

Ram Kanjanavanit’s collection of clothing reeks of embodied memory. Conjuring multiple associations of
vulnerability, abuse, and loss, the installation speaks to the force of remembrance. For the artist, the artwork is cathartic in rendering and facing a traumatic period of his childhood.

Phraeva Rujinarong analogizes societal
pressures on women to conform to chains that trap and cut, drawing correspondences between ‘feminine’ practices
of craft and violent subordination.

Amidst these installations is Meeratchat Rujinarong’s assemblage of plant-life as the contemplation of the very possibility of harmony. A harmony we all surely try to believe is the natural order of things.

FRENZY explores the material and immaterial terms of a corrupted humanity, conflicted desires and understandings that we typically aim to shield and contain. And also how the language we use to describe ourselves and each other only distorts even as it seeks illumination. But looking and thinking beyond corruption and distortion requires first
that we confront such states.

Meeratchata Rujinarong is a product designer and photographer. He is currently completing a MA at the Nuova Accademia Di Belle Arti in Italy, further to graduating from the Communication Design Programme at
Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok.
Meeratchata has worked with the designers Mario Trimarchi, Giovanni Levanti and Denis Santachiara. His awards include LightScape: VELASCA PROGETTO DESIGN (2016), Unipol;
and Whirlpool 1st Prize Scholarship (2015), NABA.

Phraeva Rujinarong graduated from the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts at Thammasat University in Bangkok.
Phraeva was a project manager at the Department of International Trade Promotion of the Ministry of Commerce, and she also worked as a textile designer at the Queen Sirikit Department of Sericulture. Awards include Best Design (2009) from Silpakorn University and the artist has worked on many collaborative projects.

Ram Kanjanavanit graduated from Bangkok University and International Center of Photography in New York City, where he worked as a teaching assistant. Ram has worked as a photographer for Harper’s Bazaar Thailand and
held a solo show at Kathmandu Photo Gallery in Bangkok in 2016. He is currently the director of Galerie Oasis in

04/05/2018

H Gallery

04/05/2018

H Gallery's cover photo

25/03/2018

Recent work by Sopheap Pich - Hilltop Mirage, 160x120 cm

artasiapacific.com 15/03/2018

ArtAsiaPacific: Beautiful Futures

http://artasiapacific.com/Magazine/WebExclusives/BeautifulFutures

artasiapacific.com ArtAsiaPacific magazine is the leading English-language periodical covering contemporary art and culture from the Middle East and Asia-Pacific.

bangkokpost.com 07/02/2018

Moral maze of modern Thailand

Mit Jai Inn - BEAUTIFUL FUTURES
February 2 - March 30, 2018
H GALLERY BANGKOK

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bangkokpost.com In Mit Jai Inn's "Beautiful Futures", one is encouraged to step on artworks, walk right through canvases or dip a finger into fresh paint. Indeed, reverence -- or irreverence -- is at the centre of the Chiang Mai-based artist's exhibition, as he reflects on power and status, both in art and in life.

02/02/2018

BEAUTIFUL FUTURES
An installation and new paintings by Mit Jai Inn

February 2 – March 30, 2018

H Gallery Bangkok is very pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Mit Jai Inn. This is the artist’s third solo exhibition with the gallery and also further to the international group exhibition Somewhere in the Distance at H Gallery Bangkok in 2011. Beautiful Futures takes over both the main gallery and project room in an ambitious installation that continues to evolve his interests in the spatial possibilities of painting, from bulbous surfaces to canvases that hang or scroll free of support. Here an experimental use of lighting allows for the exploration of newer physical and perceptual relationships to the artworks.
Mit plays with his audience, as he allows his audience to play. Earlier exhibitions encouraged visitors to move and re-shape the freestanding works. His angular and color-field compositions suggest flags or other ceremonial forms but the often intensely bright colors also claim a saccharine parody of the objects of reverential use. And heavily textured surfaces usurps visual contemplation for tactile disorientation. Indeed, a strangely beautified sense of glut if not grotesqueness sometimes emerges and can dizzyingly impact the process of interpretation. This is the heart of Mit’s practice: subversively playing with and against expectations of surety of understanding.
Beautiful Futures most immediately introduces a darker, somber tone to his oeuvre. Any number of contemporary Thai artists are currently grappling with the profound impact of a continuing military government since the coup d'etat of 2014 and the passing of the revered Rama IX King Bhumibol in 2016. Mit allows for an acute acknowledgement of the public role of the artist in reflecting conflicts and ambiguities about how experience is to be assimilated. Facing unpredictable futures, recognition of the problems of the present and the forces of the past becomes paramount. Beautiful Futures immerses visitors in metaphoric questions of direction and guidance amidst spot-lit artworks; and also explores the seductions and illusions of surface as we pursue significance and insight. But, ultimately, surfaces can belie any depth and we turn back and forth for other guiding lights. The title of this exhibition should be read as deeply ironic.
Mit Jai Inn is one of Thailand’s leading artists. A graduate of Silpakorn University in Bangkok and the Academy of Arts in Vienna, Mit has been at the forefront of avant-garde artistic practices in his native country since the early 1990s. He co-founded the Chiang Mai Social Installation Project in 1992, has been active with the influential grassroots organization Land Foundation, also in Chiang Mai, and currently manages the experimental art space CARTEL in Bangkok. Included in the 21st Sydney Biennale (2018), Mit’s recent group exhibitions include Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia from 1980s to Now (2017), The National Art Center and Mori Art Museum, Tokyo; Hi-So/Low-So (2014), Sno Contemporary Art Project, Sydney; Medium at Large (2014), Singapore Art Museum; All Our Relations (2012), 18th Biennale of Sydney, Australia; Museum Serve Project (2011), Bangkok Art and Cultural Center, Bangkok; Somewhere in the Distance (2011), H Gallery, Bangkok; The Social Mandala and other Mit-ologies (2009), Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur; Nim Kruasaeng and a Friend (2008), Stone Gallery, Dublin; and the Singapore Biennale (2006). His recent solo exhibitions include WETT (2017), Gallery VER, Bangkok; Patchworlds (2015), Yavuz Gallery, Singapore; Postpositive: Freaky You Are Always (2013), SA SA BASSAC, Phnom Penh; Pastorale (2015), G1 Contemporary, Bangkok; Untitled (2012), H Gallery, Chiang Mai; Duckocrasy (2011), Toot Yung Gallery, Bangkok; and Tropical Nights-Lost in Paradise (2006), Palais de Tokyo in Paris.

01/02/2018

H Gallery

01/02/2018

H Gallery's cover photo

bangkokpost.com 05/01/2018

Out of the darkness

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bangkokpost.com You're likely to stumble and fumble as you make your way through the darkened H Gallery and artist Jedsada Tangtrakulwong's latest show "Eclipse". Plunged in near-total obscurity, visitors find themselves drawn to the dim glimmers projected by low-hanging light bulbs.

bangkokpost.com 05/01/2018

Out of the darkness

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bangkokpost.com You're likely to stumble and fumble as you make your way through the darkened H Gallery and artist Jedsada Tangtrakulwong's latest show "Eclipse". Plunged in near-total obscurity, visitors find themselves drawn to the dim glimmers projected by low-hanging light bulbs.

04/12/2017

Eclipse by Jedsada Tangtrakulwong at H GALLERY BANGKOK (until January 25, 2018) - photo courtesy of Marisa Marchitelli

28/11/2017

Jedsada Tangtrakulwong ECLIPSE
December 1 2017 - January 25 2018
H GALLERY BANGKOK

28/11/2017

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[11/28/17]   ECLIPSE New Works by Jedsada Tangtrakulwong
December 1 2017 – January 25 2018

H Gallery is very pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Jedsada Tangtrakulwong, an artist based in northern Thailand and who previously worked on site-specific projects at H Project Space in 2011 and H Gallery Chiang Mai in 2014. Eclipse continues to evolve Jedsada’s ambitious approach to installation while introducing a recent interest in the production of objects, often by laborious methods, and also photography.

Eclipse transforms H Gallery into an immersive experience with sharp contrasts of light and dark. Exploring a central concern with wayfinding, where experience segues into metaphor and vice-versa, visitors move through the darkened interior and encounter spot-lit icons and images of disappearance and loss.

Moving through darkness towards light carries profound metaphysical implications but the installation allows for a subtle politics of material interest. The central part of Eclipse is nearly one hundred blackened books that the artist created as a result of damage caused to his belongings due to a flooding of his storage space in Bangkok during October of last year. That month was a momentous one for Thailand as it saw the passing of beloved Rama IX. Drawing an analogy between personal and national experience due to the forces of time and nature, Jedsada’s coating of the books with black ink represents a numbness and the speechlessness that ensues from unexpected loss. The blackened books preserve such and thus possess an ambivalence about possible futures; and the colour black carries manifold significance.

Last year also saw the artist relocate to Chiang Mai. A series of photographs depict the rough-hewn hinterlands of the city, pathways into unknown territories and the loss of securities. These frame the strange and unknown as Jedsada continues to refract personal experience through anxious realities that face his country. Eclipse includes a desk with his current works-in-progress and offers speculations on new futures.

Thailand’s highly regulated order of public symbolism has just completed a particularly strenuous year. Way finding amidst a darkened present carries an ambiguity that can be both exhilarating and ominous. Eclipse acutely captures this ambiguity and, somewhat urgently, insists on the importance of the artist for critical reflection on relations between experience, understanding and the politics of aesthetics.

Jedsada Tangtrakulwong is currently based in Chiang Mai where he lectures at Chiang Mai University. He graduated from San Francisco Art Institute in the US and the Slade School of Fine Art in London. Jedsada’s group exhibitions include Monologue Dialogue 4: Mysticism and Insecurity (2017), The Koppel Project Baker Street, London; Continuum: Acculturating (2016), The Art Center, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok; Micro City Lab (2016), Indie Art Hall Gong and Arko Art Center, Seoul; Secret Archipelago (2015), Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Southeast Asia Platform (2014), Art Stage Singapore, Singapore; and Riverscapes IN FLUX, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manila. His solo exhibitions include Adjust (2016), La Chambre Blanche, Quebec; Shatter (2014), H Gallery, Chiang Mai; Downfall (2013), Bangkok University Gallery, Bangkok; Twist (2011), H Project Space, Bangkok; Stand and Fall (2009), KunstDoc Project Space, KunstDoc Gallery, Seoul; and Passage (2007), Tadu Contemporary Art, Bangkok. Jedsada’s awards include a Silpa Bhirasri Creativity Grant (2012) and Asia Pacific Artist Fellowship Program (2009) in Korea.

23/11/2017

H Gallery is very pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Jedsada Tangtrakulwong, an artist based in northern Thailand and who previously worked on site-specific projects at H Project Space in 2011 and H Gallery Chiang Mai in 2014. Eclipse continues to evolve Jedsada’s ambitious approach to installation while introducing a recent interest in the production of objects, often by laborious methods, and also photography.

Eclipse transforms H Gallery into an immersive experience with sharp contrasts of light and dark. Exploring a central concern with way finding, where experience segues into metaphor and vice-versa, visitors move through the darkened interior and encounter spot-lit icons and images of disappearance and loss.

Jedsada Tangtrakulwong is currently based in Chiang Mai where he lectures at Chiang Mai University. He graduated from San Francisco Art Institute in the US and the Slade School of Fine Art in London. Jedsada’s group exhibitions include Monologue Dialogue 4: Mysticism and Insecurity (2017), The Koppel Project Baker Street, London; Continuum: Acculturating (2016), The Art Center, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok; Micro City Lab (2016), Indie Art Hall Gong and Arko Art Center, Seoul; Secret Archipelago (2015), Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Southeast Asia Platform (2014), Art Stage Singapore, Singapore; and Riverscapes IN FLUX, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manila. His solo exhibitions include Adjust (2016), La Chambre Blanche, Quebec; Shatter (2014), H Gallery, Chiang Mai; Downfall (2013), Bangkok University Gallery, Bangkok; Twist (2011), H Project Space, Bangkok; Stand and Fall (2009), KunstDoc Project Space, KunstDoc Gallery, Seoul; and Passage (2007), Tadu Contemporary Art, Bangkok. Jedsada’s awards include a Silpa Bhirasri Creativity Grant (2012) and Asia Pacific Artist Fellowship Program (2009) in Korea

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