Inhabited Hypercube by Daan Botlek

Cho Why -

Ended 22 March 2015
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Cho Why

The Toot Yung nomad gallery and Cho Why are proud to present "Inhabited Hypercube"by Daan Botlek's first solo exhibition in Asia
Three spaces will host “Inhabited Hypercube” an exploded solo exhibition of Daan Botlek’s latest works produced during his three-months residency in Bangkok. Large-scale paintings on canvas, posters, silkscreen prints, laser cut art objects will be scattered between Cho Why, Food Court and El Chiringuito. Street wall paintings by Botlek will link the three spaces.
In addition, street art meets street kids during the seven-day event, providing daily workshops for the children at Hub Sai Dek lead by DJ Marine Caillat and professional street artists Daan Botlek, Rg86, Toska, Thibaud Tcherchian, Jeff Ross and Jesus A.D. from Europe and the United States. The artists will be passing on the torch, teaching and mentoring the children on the essentials, codes, and skills of graffiti, street art and hip hop culture. 

Information contact: Toot Yung Gallery
08 491 454 99
[email protected]

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Soi Nana 17, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, CHINATOWN, Bangkok, Thailand 10100

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Soi Nana 17, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, CHINATOWN, Bangkok, Thailand 10100

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