Rediscovering Forgotten Thai Masters of Photography project is on its second iteration. Its collaboration with NUS Museum proposes ways in which para-institutional research reflect shared urgencies of finding other trajectories in the framing of art history and practice.
About Manit Sriwanichpoom
Manit Sriwanichpoom (b. 1961) is an artist who lives and works in Bangkok. His photography-based works are held in the collections of institutions in Europe and Asia, and he has been known for his exhibitions that satirizes Thai nationalism and consumerism with insight and humor since 1996. The project “Rediscovering the Forgotten Masters of Photography” involves many years of Manit’s personal research. Its recent reiterations showcase the works of seven Thai masters of photography that Manit has sought out, gathered and restored.
15 March – November 2018
NX 1, NUS Museum
Image: Liang Ewe. Untitled (1960-1962).