One of Indonesia’s most internationally renowned artists
Nasirun is a compulsive artist who energetically creates a diversity of surfaces and objects.
Jakkai Siributr is regarded as one of Southeast Asia’s preeminent textile artists.
In a brief seven-year career Maitree Siriboon has already made a significant impact upon Thai art.
The Yogyakarta based artist critiques artists who forsake experimentation to produce commercial art geared towards collectors
Made Djirna’s artistic practice is a traditional Balinese narrative style that he invigorates with contemporary references.
Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch is a third generation ceramicist who pushes pottery into the realms of contemporary art.
Playful and surreal, Eddie Hara’s bold graphic style pulls from urban street art, primitivism and outsider art.
An emergent artist based in the Indonesian art centre of Yogyakarta.
A native of Thailand’s province of Chiang Rai, his boldly coloured depictions of graceful women veil their true identity.
Explorations with paint as a fluid and flexible medium, are the primary interests of this emerging artist.
Emerging female artist Diana Harjanti’s large aluminum sculpture is a celebration of the enduring magnificence of whales.
Thailand’s best-known fine art photographer, Manit Sriwanichpoom’s.
One of a growing generation of Thai street artists who appear equally as comfortable producing for a gallery environment.
Yuree Kensaku interweaves imagery that loosely pertains to experiences, revealing events and issues that affect her personally.
Jirapat's early paintings were confrontations pitching figures from Thai mythology against American comic book heroes.
Melanie Gritzka del Villar is a Filipino-German artist currently based in Bangkok who engages particularly with issues of identity and hybridism.