Generally speaking, art, society, and political regime have always grown in parallel in all corners of the world. It can be said that art develops upon the changes of society, and at the same time, plays a significant role as a social status quo symbol that differentiates one individual or group fr...
Eric Monteil
16.02.20 02:39 PM - Comment(s)
"Kwam Pen Thai" or "Thainess", is a term that signifies the trueness of the culture of Thai people in both indigenous and contemporary periods. This term also helps us to understand why Thai contemporary artworks are relatively similar to Thai traditional ones, although certainly...
Eric Monteil
16.02.20 02:23 PM - Comment(s)
Over a thousand years, Thai art developed its own unique sense of identity. A distinctive and dominant style emerged, a pattern often found on ornaments or fabrics, termed ‘Lai Thai’ in Thai language. Lai Thai reveals the culture and social history of places in Thailand, like Siam, in its design. In...
Eric Monteil
16.02.20 01:09 AM - Comment(s)