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Discover Cross-Cultural Art Toy Exhibit at 333Gallery, Bangkok

Art toy enthusiasts are invited to explore a world filled with imagination and creativity at “Cross Encounter,” currently on display at 333Gallery until May 5.

This pioneering collaborative project unites 28 talented artists from Korea, Japan, and Thailand, offering a fresh perspective on artistic expression and a vibrant melding of creative visions.

At the heart of the exhibition is the unique combination of art toys and paintings, serving as platforms for cultural dialogue and exchange.

The exhibition features artworks from a diverse group of artists, including 18 from Korea, two from Japan, and eight from Thailand.

Together, they bring their unique perspectives to these mediums, creating complex narratives of heritage, folklore, and contemporary life.

Showcasing more than 100 art toys and paintings, the art toys embody the project’s playful spirit and challenge conventional art forms.

Each toy on display stands as a testament to craftsmanship and cultural pride, underscoring the connections among different cultures.

The paintings explore Thai and Korean cultures, from urban scenes to rural landscapes, each stroke offering insights into cultural identities.

Featured artists include Uptempo, Leedongjae, LoserWorks, Dding, and Aone from Hands in Factory, a South Korean collective known for their innovative approach to toy creation.

333Gallery, located at Warehouse 30, Charoen Krung 30, is open Tuesday to Sunday, from 11am to 6pm. Visitors can enjoy the unique exhibition until Sunday, May 5, 2024.

Should you require any further information about the exhibition, please check out 333Gallery’s Facebook page or visit its website.