press release

“Sweet” and “Sour” are a connotation of “Femininity” and “Feminism” which are inevitably reflected in their works. Bourgeois, Kusama, Rasdjarmrearnsook and Sanpitak are all distinguished and most influential female artists in their respective areas. All are known for their sculpture and (video, soft sculpture) installation works, and they also share their passion in making two-dimensional works which implied the deepest personal touch of the artists as their hands narrate what their hearts memorize on papers. The feeling of sensual and sexual characters in the two dimensional works ( prints and drawings) are shown in this exhibition but neither straightforwardness nor aggressiveness presented.

Little More Sweet, Not Too Sour gathered distinguished works by distinguished artists. Prints and drawings have been part of these prominent artists works but may not often be viewed or exhibited. This is one of the exhibitions not to be missed for the year 2006. Thanavi Chotpradit was invited to curate this exhibition and will present the works in the ways that viewers will learn as well as be impressed by the works.

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Little More Sweet, Not too Sour
Louise Bourgeois, Yayoi Kusama, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Pinaree Sanpitak