Three International Artists Launch Indigo Monster at La Lanta Art Gallery in Bangkok
Shin Koyama, Pepijn van den Neiuwendijk and Vipoo Srivilasa, from left, at the opening of Indigo Monster
Three International artists recently joined forces from different locations around the globe to each contribute to an airmail collaboration that grew to become The Indigo Monster Project.
Their work is on display at La Lanta Fine Art in Sukhumvit 31 before moving on to the home countries of the three artists: Japan, Australia and The Netherlands.
Words and photos by Paul Hutton, Bangkok Scene.
Pepijn van den Neiuwendijk, from The Netherlands, at La Lanta
Japanese artist Shin Koyama with one of the finished artworks
Vipoo Srivilasa (centre), a Thai artist who now lives in Australia, with ceramicist, artist and writer Nino Sarabutra, left, and Paiboon "Macky" Srisutat, from Maggi Studio
The three artists first met in 2010 in Jingdezhen in China, the city widely regarded as the capital city of blue and white porcelain. An artistic collaboration ensued, with the artists experimenting with an artistic technique known as “the exquisite corpse”.
Annie Lee takes a look at a collection of miniature artworks at Indigo Monster
Petcharat Kittiboonyopas from Mahanaga Restaurant at the exhibition
La Lanta Founding Director Sukontip "Fon" Ostick, third left, with friends at the opening