Future Factory -

Ended 03 June 2017
Future Factory


Christian Fielitz
Karyna Mangusheva
Philipp Christoph Haas
Wipoosana Supanakorn
Ze Val Ortega

Five international Bangkok-based artists show their unique visions about Asian cities. Different techniques, different backgrounds, different approaches.


Opening Reception will start at 18:00 pm on May12th

Free parking is available in the building

1. Philipp Christoph Haas – Philipp is an Austrian artist focusing on a classic theme in painting, the human figure and its relationship to space. Philipp paints and draws figures in contemporary interiors and public urban spaces, his works are “telling stories beyond narration”, capturing short moments of configuration that remain open to interpretation. He has exhibited his work in several Central European countries, in South Korea and in Iran.

Philipp will present acrylic paintings on canvas depicting anonymous passers-by transiting public spaces in a nameless contemporary mega-city.

2. Wipoosana Supanakorn – Wipoosana (Kong) is a Thai artist. He graduated from The Academy of Art University in San Francisco and currently studying his doctoral degree in Art and Culture at Srinakharinwirot University. Most of his works are Abstract or Figurative style. Kong's paintings have been exhibited in Bangkok, London, Singapore, Hong Kong and the Philippines.

Wipoosana will present oil & acrylic paintings on canvas of the Bangkok cityscape during the day and night.
3. Ze Val Ortega – Ze Val is an artist from Spain. He’s lived and traveled extensively all over the world, now settled in Bangkok where he teaches Visual Arts. His work is inspired basically by photos taken during his trips. He is particularly interested in depicting the life of working-class people. Being involved with trade unions and social movements in the past, this background is reflected on his artworks one way or another.

Photography, acrylic, pencil, watercolor.
4. Karyna Mangusheva – Karyna was born in Kiev, Ukraine but grew up in the United States. She is a self-taught artist with a background in anthropology and teaching. Her interest in culture and history influence the subject matter in her art. She’s interested in depicting ordinary, everyday life from an outsider’s point of view. She has exhibited her work in Chicago, United States.

Karyna will capture the everyday life, grittiness, and energy of three Asian cities (Hong Kong, Hanoi, and Bangkok) with depictions of street vendors, construction, alleys, and busy streets. She is showing mixed media on paper with acrylic, watercolor, ink and colored pencil.
5. Christian Fielitz – Christian was born in Berlin, Germany. He studied Industrial Design at Art University HDK and at Art Academy Weissensee, Berlin. He lived the last years in France and Spain, developing his works that include occasional furniture designs, illustrations and paintings. Christian’s main motivations are urban sceneries, some as comic style snapshots of the city, with complimentary casual dialogues.

Christian will present acrylic paintings and mixed media drawings on paper. His works show open spaces with varying perspectives. They describe a quiet contrast to the dense and buzzling city.

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1077/48 Phahonyothin Road Bangkok Thailand

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098 253 9356
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1077/48 Phahonyothin Road Bangkok Thailand

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098 253 9356

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