Three Thai musicians are having their artworks showcased at “Start Art Fair 2021”, which is running at London's iconic Saatchi Gallery from today until Sunday.
Eyes On You #01 by Oh Futon. Tero Entertainment
Thanachai Ujchin aka Pod Modern Dog, Priyawit Nilchulaka aka Palm Instinct, and Hatairat Charoenchaichana aka Oh Futon, who are known for their music achievements in Thailand, were selected to showcase two of their paintings to be exhibited alongside contemporary art of more than 70 artists from 25 countries.
Also featured in the line-up are famous K-pop artists Song Min-ho (Ohnim) and Kang Seung-yoon (Yooyeon), both of whom are members of the boyband Winner, as well as Henry-lau, a former member of Super Junior M.
“Start” was launched in 2014 and has become known for presenting the work of lesser-known artists to the world through the Global Eye Programme, which presents international artists and adheres to the concept of presenting both emerging and established artists and galleries.
It also has a digital platform, start.art, which showcases works to collectors and art enthusiasts around the world.
All six Thai works — two acrylic paintings by Pod, two acrylic digital paintings by Palm, and two oil-on-linen paintings by Oh — are also available on the digital platform where Pod and Palm present four additional works. Viewers are invited to view and purchase authentic artwork in a convenient and safe environment.
Any interested Thai artist wishing to present their work on start.art can ask for details via the Tero Entertainment Facebook page.
Visit start.art and startartfair.com.
Memento Moe No.4 by Palm Instinct. photos courtesy of Tero Entertainment