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RIM I ริม I

Kornkrit Jianpinidnan

A new publication by Kornkrit Jianpinidnan is a collection of photographic films from the artist’s personal archive.

RIM reveals the transition of latent image techniques, with selected scanned snapshots taken by the artist who then independently worked for magazines. The publication offers glimpses of truth onto the artist’s thoughts of the days gone; on their substances and styles influenced by cultural interaction of the late 90's to
early 2000's, as well as his memories to his family, friends and colleagues.

Kornkrit Jianpinidnan (b. 1975, Chiang Rai, Thailand, lives and works in Bangkok, Thailand) is interested in fine art photography and fashion photography. His artistic production is achieved into a visual journal and a documentation of the people and location that he has contact with. Since 2006, Kornkrit has published photography projects, RIM is his latest publication with BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY, after Poem 8, In Love – In Babylon in 2017.

288 p
170 × 240mm



Tae Parvit

"During the times I traveled around the countryside in Thailand. I experienced light and heat from the sun in a different way as usual. I created this set of paintings from that memory and my present feeling" – Tae Parvit

20 p
300 × 105mm


Sathorn Sunset

Miti Ruangkritya

Sathorn Sunset features sunset scenes taken in and around The Sathorn Unique Tower from January 2018. The luxury condominium began being built in 1990 but remains unfinished after the Asian financial crisis in 1997 put a halt on funding and construction. The tower was designed by architect turned real estate developer Rangsan Torsuwan. The 185m high tower makes use of exuberant Classical architectural elements, particularly Classical Order columns usually found in Greek and Roman architecture, which was in vogue during the economic wave of the early 1990s. Rangsan Torsuwan is generally credited as an architect who popularized this particular architectural style of Classical order columns in Thailand during the 1990s.

Sathorn Sunset is part of "Dream Property" (2014–ongoing) a project by Miti Ruangkritya that examines the nature of property development and its relationship to the city through various media including photography, film, text appropriation and site-specific installation.

48 p
190 × 290mm


BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY is distinguished by engaging conversations and researches rooted in the characteristic iteration of preeminent artists. Not only serving as an exhibition space, the gallery is determined to propose new concepts, subjectivities, and social imaginaries through collaborations. The gallery also encourages young practitioners to realize their own capacities in the long term. In addition to exhibition-making, BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY also celebrates and collaborates with artists whose practices involve the time-honored method of printing.

The sunset view is from the book SATHORN SUNSET*.