Sunday, August 18, 2013

Photo Gallery - 2nd Flr Buddhist Painting Bangkok Museum Of Contemporary Art

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THAILAND : 2ND FLR. BUDDHIST PAINTINGS MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, BANGKOK - July 2013
"Serinity" - 2500x300 oil painting by Surasit Saokong (2010)
This blog comes in 8 pages, click below to go to the other pages:
Page 1 : Ground Floor
- Page 2 : Second Floor A - Paintings
Page 4 : Second Floor C - Sculptures
Page 5 : Third Floor
Page 6 : Fourth Floor A - Paintings
Page 7 : Fourth Floor B -Thawan Duchanee's
Page 8 : Fifth Floor

On a quick trip to Bangkok (... see One Night In Bangkok blog), I managed to visit MOCA (the Museum Of Contemporary Art). Amazed and enthralled with the many Thai Art pieces on display, I spent close to five hours there (which did not seem adequate, especially if one is taking photos). Towards the end, my legs were cramped as I walked around without hardly taking a rest.

Posted here are some photos of the artwork for you to enjoy.
But bear in mind that my photos does not do justice to many of the artwork, especially the larger pieces, as the photos will not show the efforts put in by the artists in the details.

SECOND FLOOR B - BUDDHIST PAINTINGS


The Second Floor Plan.


"Milky Way"
- 2000x2500 acrylic painting by Alongkorn Laowatthana (2007)


Uncaptioned large wall multi-piece painting of Buddha. Please pardon the reflection.


"The World"
- 2000x2000 acrylic & gold leaf painting by Thongchai Srisukprasert (2009)


"Differrent Way"
- 2620x2170 tempera on sa-paper painting by Panya Vijinthanasarn (1980)


"Paying Respect To Lord Buddha"
- 600x2300 acrylic painting by Chalermchai Kositpipat (1991)


"Heaven Vehicle To Buddhist Land "
- 900x1200 acrylic painting by Chalermchai Kositpipat (1987)


"Heavenly Vehicle To Heaven"
- 900x1200 acrylic painting by Chalermchai Kositpipat (1989)


"Spiritual Eye"
- 650x900 acrylic painting by Chalermchai Kositpipat (1994)


"Black Magic Defy Goddess"
- 900x1200 acrylic painting by Chalermchai Kositpipat (1989)


"The Gateway To Nirwana"
- 1800x2000 acrylic painting by Chalermchai Kositpipat (1994)


"Telepathy"
- 900x1200 acrylic painting by Chalermchai Kositpipat (1990)


"Good And Evil"
- 1200x900 acrylic painting by Chalermchai Kositpipat (1990)


"Indra At Travatimsa Heavan"
- 800x1200 acrylic painting by Chalermchai Kositpipat (1993)


"In Praise Of Lord Buddha"
- 1500x3000 acrylic painting by Chalermchai Kositpipat (1992)


"The Blessing Of Lord Buddha"
- 1250x950 acrylic painting by Chalermchai Kositpipat (2006)


"Mahabhinishkraman 1"
- 1750x1250 acrylic & gold leaf painting by Thongchai Srisukprasert (2008)


"Buddha's Enlightenment"
- 2000x3000 acrylic painting by Thongchai Srisukprasert (2011)


"Hell"
- 2600x1700 tempera on canvas painting by Chamnan Tong-Ooppakarn (1989)

MOCA - Museum Of Contemporary Art
Address : 3 Vibhavadi Rangsit Chatuchak,
Bangkok 10900, Thailand.
Tel : +662-953 1005-7
Fax : +662-953 1008
email : info@mocabangkok.com
Website : www.mocabangkok.com
GPS : 13.851893, 100.562549
Hours : 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (Closed on Mondays)

MOCA Bangkok - Museum Of Contemporary Art Location Map (Google Map Link)


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