Lost & Found: All About Love
Figurative Ceramic Exhibition by 14 International Artists
Curated by Ken Yutdanai
20 January – 18 February 2024
Opening Reception 20 January 2024; 5-8pm
ATTA Gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening reception of Lost & Found: All About Love, an international figurative ceramic exhibition curated by Ken Yutdanai, on Saturday 20 January 2024 between 5-8pm. Some artists and the curator will be present at the opening reception. The exhibition runs till 18 February 2024.
Participating 14 Artists:
Ariya Sittibud, Chanakarn Semachai, Delia Maxim, Hannah Pierce, Hiro Tashima, Indigo Hsu, Janina Myronova, Ken Yutdanai, Lek_Lek Torpong, Luciano Polverigiani, Naidee Changmoh, Peiyu Shih, Ting Chu, Zhao Lin
About the Exhibition
Love is a complex emotion that transcends mere romantic connections. It has many dimensions and can manifest in various forms, extending beyond relationships with partners. Love can be experienced for hobbies, cherished belongings, and cherished individuals such as daughters, sisters, mothers, and best friends. This essay explores the diverse dimensions of love and how it can evoke profound emotions, leading individuals to create works inspired by their affection.
Sometimes, the true depth of love is only realized when it faces the risk of being lost. Near-miss experiences can be eye-opening, leading individuals to acknowledge the significance of what they hold dear. Such events often provoke reflection on the level of care and attention given to the object or person, prompting a reevaluation of priorities.
Witnessing how others express their love can be enlightening and enriching. By observing the works of ceramic artists and other creative individuals, we gain insights into the depths of their affection. Through art, these artists offer a glimpse into their hearts, providing us with a unique opportunity to comprehend the myriad ways love can manifest.
Each person’s experience of love is unique and shaped by their individual perspective and life journey. The feelings we hold for people or things we love are deeply personal and vary greatly from one person to another. Some may show love through grand gestures, while others prefer subtle acts of affection. Understanding and respecting these differences help us appreciate the richness of human emotions.
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About ATTA Gallery
Founded in 2010, ATTA Gallery is the first gallery in Thailand to specialize in Contemporary Art Jewelry.
In 2022, ATTA Gallery has broadened its scope to offer a variety of distinctive contemporary art, craft and design, with a special interest in materiality of art, by local and international creators.
Curatorial program at ATTA Gallery aims to create dialogues between different types of contemporary art, craft and design objects exhibiting together in exhibition settings, dialogues between local and international artists, as well as dialogues between the viewers and the pieces shown.
ATTA Gallery assists visitors to the gallery in connecting with collectible pieces of contemporary art, craft and design that are expressive of their unique identities so that they can add them to their houses and make their home environments reflective of how individualistic they and their lifestyles truly are.