Art Porters Gallery is delighted to present popular Thai artist and printmaker Kitikong Tilokwattanitai’s solo exhibition, titled Colour Playground.
The exhibition features two new series of abstract paintings Colour Playground and Memoriser, exploring the relationship and play between colours, memories and life experiences.
Colour is a universal visual language.
In this exhibition, the artist explores the relationship between colours, raw emotions, personal meanings and memories through two series of abstract paintings.
Different colours evoke different feelings.
They hold meanings that are unique to individuals of various cultures, backgrounds and life experiences. For instance, the colour red can be inferred as power and at the same time, prosperity.
Some colours hold special meanings to us due to our personal experiences in life.
Our taste with colours changes through time as we age and experience new things. How then are we able to best comprehend this language, abstract as it is?
Perhaps we do not need to understand, we just need to feel them.
Kitikong Tilokwattanotai -
(Top left) Memoriser #4
(Top right) Memoriser #5
(Bottom left) Memoriser #12
(Bottom right) Memoriser #9, 2019
Acrylic on canvas with lacquer H33.5xW28cm (With frame) H30.5xW25cm (No frame)
Friday, 6 Sept 2019 - Sunday 20 Oct 2019
10:30 am - 7 pm daily, Mondays appointments only
Opening Night: Friday, 6 Sept 2019 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm