Jittagarn Kaewtinkoy

Jittagarn Kaewtinkoy was born in 1979 and completed his Bachelor of Fine Art at the Rajamangala Institute in 2001. In the current exhibition, Jittagarn has produced a series of portraits and paintings of well known politicians and of iconic personalities with the intent to explore their sense of commitment towards freedom and justice. It turns out that they often fall into two categories – good and bad. As a person committed to freedom, justice and transparency himself, the artist questions his subjects’ intentions and aspirations and whether they are sincere or exploit their positions as leaders and role models.

Jittagarn is a contemplative individual who is observant of his surroundings and likes to depict people’s characters in his work. He often executes his paintings in a cartoon like manner with bright colours and a fair share of irony. Jittagarn has participated in several art exhibitions in Thailand and also in the USA (2010).

Available upon request

bad-smelling
Bad-smelling // 150 x 180cm // Oil and acrylic on canvas // US$ 9,200
ma-ma
ma-ma // 100 x 100cm // Oil and acrylic on canvas // US$ 4,400
Gaol
Gaol // 150 x 150cm // Oil and acrylic on canvas // US$ 6,800
doo-dou-du
doo-dou-du // 150 x 150cm // Oil and acrylic on canvas // US$ 7,000
quick-up
quick-up // 150 x 180cm // Oil and acrylic on canvas // US$ 9,200
Peace-in-this
Peace-in-this // 130 x 150cm // Oil and acrylic on canvas // US$ 6,000
ouch
ouch // 100 x 100cm // Oil and acrylic on canvas // US$ 4,400
mr
mr (right) // 100 x 100cm // Oil and acrylic on canvas // US$ 4,100
miss
miss pride 001 // 100 x 100cm // Oil and acrylic on canvas // US$ 4,400

 


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