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アリン・ルンジャーン

Arin Rungjang

Works

  •  | 2013 | Photo by Norimasa Kawata, courtesy of Parasophia Office
  •  | 2013 | Photo by Norimasa Kawata, courtesy of Parasophia Office
  •  | 2015 | Photo by Norimasa Kawata, courtesy of Parasophia Office
  •  | 2015 | Photo by Norimasa Kawata, courtesy of Parasophia Office
  • Golden Teardrop | 2013 | Photo by Norimasa Kawata, courtesy of Parasophia Office
  • Detail, <em>Golden Teardrop</em> | 2013 | Photo by Norimasa Kawata, courtesy of Parasophia Office
  • Bones, Books, Artificial Lights, and Fireflies | 2015 | Photo by Norimasa Kawata, courtesy of Parasophia Office
  • Detail, <em>Bones, Books, Artificial Lights, and Fireflies</em> | 2015 | Photo by Norimasa Kawata, courtesy of Parasophia Office

Biography

1975
タイ・バンコク生まれ
2002
シラパコーン大学絵画・彫刻・版画学部版画学科 卒業
2000
フランス政府の奨学金により国立高等美術大学 (ENSBA/ボザール・パリ)交換留学(スタジオ・クリスチャン・ボルタンスキー在籍)

Arin Rungjang (born 1975, Bangkok; lives and works in Bangkok) is known for deftly revisiting historical material, overlapping major and minor narratives across multiple times, places, and languages. His interest lies in lesser-known aspects of Thai history and their intersection with the present in the sites and contexts of his practice. Objects, which can draw together distant events across time and space, are central to his investigations. He has a practice that spans different media and often involves video and site-specific installation. In his exploration of history and everyday life experiences he deftly dissects material and revisits master-narratives through the agency of the small event.

 

1975
Born in Bangkok, Thailand
2002
BFA in Graphic Arts, Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University (Bangkok)
2000
Exchange program at l’École Nationale Superiure des Beaux Arts de Paris with a grant from the French Government (Studio Christian Boltanski)

Exhibitions

2017
アリン・ルンジャーン「モンクット」(京都市立芸術大学ギャラリー@KCUA / 京都)
サンシャワー:東南アジアの現代美術展 1980年代から現在まで(国立新美術館 / 東京) – グループ展
ドクメンタ14(カッセル、ドイツ)
ドクメンタ14(アテネ、ギリシャ) – 《And then there were none (Tomorrow we will become Thailand.)》(2016)出品
2016
福武ハウスパートナー共同展2016:In Search of Balance(福武ハウス / 香川) – 《Golden Teardrop》(2013)出品
2015
アリン・ルンジャーン「モンクット」(CAPCボルドー現代美術館 / ボルドー、フランス)
アリン・ルンジャーン「モンクット」(メゾン・ダール・ベルナール・アントニオーズ / パリ、フランス) – ジュ・ド・ポーム国立美術館主催
PARASOPHIA: 京都国際現代芸術祭2015(京都市美術館 / 京都) – 《Golden Teardrop》(2013)、《骨、本、光、蛍》(2015)出品
2014
シグネチャー・アート・プライズ(美術賞)2014(シンガポール美術館 / シンガポール) – ファイナリスト、《Golden Teardrop》(2013)出品
2013
第55回ヴェネツィア・ビエンナーレ国際美術展(タイ館 / ヴェネツィア、イタリア) – 《Golden Teardrop》(2013)出品
アリン・ルンジャーン「Faraway So Close!」(ウェスト・デン・ハーグ / デン・ハーグ、オランダ) – コラボレーション企画
2012
第18回シドニー・ビエンナーレ(シドニー、オーストラリア)
2017
Arin Rungjang: Mongkut (Kyoto City University of Arts Art Gallery @KCUA / Kyoto)
Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now (The National Art Center, Tokyo / Tokyo) – Group exhibition
documenta 14 (Kassel, Germany)
documenta 14 (Benaki Museum – Pireos Street Annexe / Athens, Greece) – And then there were none (Tomorrow we will become Thailand.), 2016
2016
Fukutake House Collaborative Exhibition 2016: In Search of Balance (Fukutake House / Kagawa) – Golden Teardrop, 2013
Judea (West Den Haag / The Hague, Netherlands) – Curated by Arin Rungjang/Arin Rungjang with Lee Kit, Pratchaya Phinthong, Maria Taniguchi, Rirkrit Tiravanija and Nguyễn Trinh Thi
2015
Arin Rungjang: Mongkut (CAPC musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux / Bordeaux, France)
Arin Rungjang: Mongkut (Maison d’Art Bernard Anthonioz / Paris) – Presented by the Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume
Parasophia: Kyoto International Festival of Contemporary Culture 2015 (Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art / Kyoto) – Golden Teardrop, 2013, and Bones, Books, Artificial Lights, and Fireflies, 2015
2014
Signature Art Prize 2014 (Singapore Art Museum / Singapore) – Finalist; Golden Teardrop, 2013
2013
55th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale (Thai Pavilion / Venice, Italy) – Golden Teardrop, 2013
Arin Rungjang: Faraway So Close! (West Den Haag / The Hague, Netherlands) – With Ella De Burca, Pathompong Manakitsomboon, Eloise Sweetman, Anne Daems, Kenneth Andrew Mroczek, Nikola Uzunovski, June Yab, Mariam Ghani, Wakilur Rahman, Aleksandra Domanovic, and Jason Hendrik Hansma
2012
18th Biennale of Sydney (Sydney, Australia)

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