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Dusadee Huntrakul

(b. 1978, Bangkok) Dusadee Huntrakul wants to send ready-to-communicate messages through his works. Previous works express poignantly expresses humanity’s desire to re-write the traumas of the past. He is inspired by anthropology and explores ethnography. The artist borrows from sources as diverse as primal or tribal as well as from contemporary art. His works gain symbolic meaning of the disintegrating the old into creating something new. Works’ media include sculpture, drawings as well as works on paper like collages. Dusadee’s most recent show was at Chan+Hori Gallery in Singapore. His works have been shown at Nichido Contemporary Art, Japan; Oakland Museum of California, USA, as well as at Osage Gallery, Hong Kong, Palais De Tokyo, Paris/France, Mori Art Museum and The National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan. He participated in the Singapore Biennale in 2013 and has exhibited at ICAS LaSalle in Singapore in 2015. Dusadee graduated with a Bachelor in Arts from UCLA in Los Angeles and Master of Fine Arts from the UC Berkeley in California, USA.


2013 MFA, University of California at Berkeley, CA, USA

2007 BA, University of California at Los Angeles, CA, USA

2000 Non-Degree, Otis College of Art and Design, CA, USA

Solo Exhibitions

2018 There are More Monsoon Songs Elsewhere, 100 Tonson Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

2017 To Dance is to be Everywhere, Chan + Hori Contemporary, Singapore

2016 Dusadee + Dusit + Lovers + Dead Ones, Chulalongkorn Art Center, Bangkok, Thailand

2011 Excerpt from Love Letters, Koi Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

2010 Brand New 2010, Bangkok University Art Gallery (BUG), Bangkok, Thailand

Group Exhibitions

2018 TOWARDS THE FIGURELESS, 1PROJECTS Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

2017 SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980’s to Now, Mori Art Museum and The National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan

Two men look out through the same bars: one sees the mud, and one the star, WTF Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

To Whom It May Concern #BorrowManAuction, Bangkok City City Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

2016 Two men look out through the same bars: one sees the mud, and one the star, Art Centre Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

Tracing the Past, Nichido Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan

2015 Beneath the Moon/Sous la lune, curated by Khairuddin Bin Hori for Palais de Tokyo at Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore, Singapore

Hand Drawn Plates, Adobe Books, San Francisco, USA

Sovereign Asia Art Prize Finalists Exhibition, Hong Kong, China

Across the Ocean, Bournemouth Thai Art Festival, United Kingdom

2014 Fertile Ground: Art and Community in California, Co-organized by San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Oakland Museum of California,

Oakland Museum of California, CA, USA

Memorandum, Bangkok University Gallery (BUG), Bangkok, Thailand

2013 Singapore Biennale 2013 “If the World Changed”, Peranakan Museum, Singapore

43rd MFA Exhibition, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA, USA

Sweet Nightmare, Bangkok University Gallery (BUG), Bangkok, Thailand

2012 Regional Perspectives, OSAGE Gallery, Hong Kong, China

Sigma Asia2, OSAGE Gallery, Hong Kong, China

Nouva {Arte} Povera, Bangkok University Gallery (BUG), Bangkok, Thailand

2010 2nd Station, WTF Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

Pasteperfect, Soul Space Studio, Bangkok, Thailand

Incognito 2010, Santa Monica Museum of Modern Art (SMMOA), Santa Monica, CA, USA

Ordinariness of the Artist’s House, Mao Jai Dee Gallery, Chiang-Mai, Thailand

2007 Can We Sit On It, New Weight Gallery, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA

You see my jellyfish. I see your oyster, The Studio, curated by Mieke Marple, Inglewood, CA, USA

Dusadee Huntrakul

Dusadee Huntrakul

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