Celebrating the female body and form as a vessel of experience and perception, Thai artist Pinaree Sanpitak’s sensorial inquiries reveal a keen sensitivity towards materials that drives her various approaches, from collage, drawing, painting, printmaking and sculptures involving textiles to the use of glass, ceramics and metals. The central motif of the female breast as vessel and mound, which she also relates to the iconic forms of the Buddhist stupa (shrine) and offering bowl, is represented here.

Artist name
Pinaree Sanpitak
Vessels
2001-2002
Charcoal, Gold Leaves on Paper
28 x 29.7 cm
41 x 42.5 x 4 cm (framed)
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