KONGKHANUN

Kriangkrai Kongkhanun, who studied at art schools in Thailand as well as in Italy, visiting the most important art museums in the West on a trip to Europe, makes a daring attempt to forge a link between the Buddhist symbolism found in traditional pictures and the western imagery of the Renaissance and the 19th century. The Buddhist codex of ethics conditions his life philosophy and way of thinking. The point of departure for Kriangkrai’s art is, however, the knowledge that negative human traits, such as anger, hatred and selfishness, namely evil properties, are so closely woven into human life that they always resurface from the subconscious.

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    kongkhanun:

Black Spittle. Chinese ink. Pen. Pencil on Thai handmade paper. 80 x 60 cm. 2013.
Artist : Kriangkrai Kongkhanun
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kriangkrai-Kongkhanun/124691847551820http://kongkhanun.blogspot.com/

    kongkhanun:

    Black Spittle. Chinese ink. Pen. Pencil on Thai handmade paper. 80 x 60 cm. 2013.

    Artist : Kriangkrai Kongkhanun

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kriangkrai-Kongkhanun/124691847551820
    http://kongkhanun.blogspot.com/

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