By The Nation
Gallery 36 on the 36th floor of the Pullman Bangkok Hotel G is hosting an exhibition of work by Thai artist Nae “Ano” Anothai Niruttimetee, “Ano’s Wonder Horror Land”, from July 13 through September.
Ano is a Bangkok-based graphic designer and illustrator who graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, with bachelor and master’s degrees in communication art and design. She has collaborated with international brands and painted the walls of shops and restaurants around Thailand and in Melbourne.
Ano taps the surrealist vibes flowing from her subconscious mind. Her colourful graphics, fun, playful and childish, draw on the world around her and her belief that even mistakes can give birth to innovative ideas.
“Wonder Horror Land” illustrates the truth about life being under the rule of nature and how a bad day can turn into a wonderful day. She encourages the viewer to look at life from a different perspective and see that, in Ano’s world, anything is possible.
There is no admission charge. The gallery is open daily from 10 to 5. Learn more from Betty Pongstaporn at (02) 352 4000, extension 1419, or firstname.lastname@example.org.