The Best Art Thesis Exhibition 2018

28 May- 1 July 2018

          With objectives to support and promote young artists, The Queen’s Gallery has consecutively held “The Best Art Thesis Exhibition” in order to present outstanding works of art from young artists to the public, to inspire and to guide students for art creativity. For this year exhibition in 2018, outstanding 137 works of art that were selected from over 39 institutes nationwide including 11 works of art from master’s degree students and 126 works of art from bachelor degree’s students.

   

Diverse Ukraine

28 May- 1 July 2018

     The Embassy of Ukraine in the Kingdom of Thailand proudly presents the exhibition of Ukrainian national arts and culture “Diverse Ukraine”, to represent the richness of Ukrainian centuries-old culture through the beauty of traditional costumes and embroidered dolls.

Ukraine is the largest country in Europe that lies on the northern shores of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. The first state on the current territory of Ukraine – Kyivan Rus –was established back in the 9th century with its capital in Kyiv. With the rich history and glorious past, the art and culture of Ukraine are unique and diverse. Different regions have their own distinctive variations of traditional ornaments, motifs and colors that are rooted in Ukrainian folklore.

The exhibition features: 1) The portrait photographs of Ukrainian ordinary people in local costumes created by a group of professionals led by Dominika Dyka, who recreated ancient costumes according to age-old pictures.  2) Embroidered dolls created by sisters Nataliya and Tetiana Katrychenko, presenting 24 provinces of Ukraine and the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. The dolls of Katrychenko sisters have already been exhibited around the world.  3) Ancient traditional Ukrainian costumes, dated over a hundred years old, from Spadok Ethno Gallery, Ukraine.

Yajoe Nalinkeaw

Yajoe Nalinkeaw

Nuttinee Chaosan

Nuttinee Chaosan

 Ruj  Greigarn

Ruj Greigarn