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Māhākād Epic Arts in the Market
CHIANG MAI - Launched on December 25, 2010, Māhākād Festival by Navin Production Studio is a vehicle to launch a dynamic 'epic' collaborative experimental communication platform recognising the potential of community engagement, integrating contemporary arts, traditional artisans and creative awareness into the markets diverse social multi-cultural community.
24 March 2011 15:56:26
Navins of Bangkok

BANGKOK - In collaboration with the Thai edition of Wallpaper* magazine, Navin Rawanchaikul was invited as one of five guest editors, presenting Navins of Bangkok project for the August 2010 5th anniversary issue.

08 March 2011 13:10:52
Please Donate Your Ideas for a Silpathorn Artist
BANGKOK - Navin Rawanchaikul received the 2010 national Silpathorn Award in the field of visual arts. Please Donate Your Ideas for a Silpathorn Artist was specially created for an accompanying exhibition on this occasion. Held in the lobby of the Queen's Gallery, the work comprised 10 questions posed by the artist displayed around a large title on the wall.
08 March 2011 13:11:00
Who is Navin?

VIENNA - As part of the 2010 Vienna Festival, Navin Rawanchaikul participated in a series of performance lectures under the theme "Alles Anders?" (Everything Different?). Held at the Kunsthalle's project space on June 17, 2010, the one hour long Who is Navin? keynote lecture narrated the artist's life, bridging real and imaginative journeys through bodies of his collaborative work.

08 March 2011 13:11:10
Jazz up Navin Party!

BANGKOK - Commemorating the 4th anniversary of the Navin Party, Navin Production threw a party on March 18, 2010 at the private gallery of Bangkok-based French collector Jean-Michel Buerdeley and his wife Patsri Bunnag. Located inside their residential compound, the Pipit Maya Gallery’s top floor was filled with recent works from the Navin Party series, including the first showing of a large elaborate painting of Navins community, Who is Navin? (2010), which is a tribute to The Beatles’ imaginary community depicted on the sleeve cover of their 1967 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album.

08 March 2011 13:11:19

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