Visual Arts | Thailand
Born: 7 January 1965. Mae Hong Sorn, Thailand.
Deputy Director of Silpakorn University Art Centre/ Director of Sanam Chandra Palace Art Centre/ Art Instructor at The Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Art, Silpakorn University.
8 Solo Exhibitions were shown since year 2000:
Temple (2000), Yellow Simple(2001), Cloud Nine (2004), 2005 Crisis (2005), Equal Opportunity? (2006), Horizon (2008) Ripe ProJect, Village and Harvest Time (2008), “h” (2008), Manorah and Best Friends of the Snake (2010).
Apart from the solo exhibitions, Sakarin has participated in many Selected group exhibition both in Thailand and abroad.
He participated in Thai Pavillion at 50th Venice Biennale in 2000, 21st Asian International Art Exhibition in Singapore (1999), Invited Artist to Documenta 12 in Kassel Germany (2007), Nanjing Triennial in China (2008), Thai Pavillion for 53rd Venice Biennale under the Project Gondola al Paradiso.,Ltd.(2009). In 2010, Sakarin was invited to show his work Temple in the exhibition Murals at Fundacio Joan Miro (Jon Miro Foundation), Barcelona, Spain. 2011, Participated in the exhibition Prop at Guests Project, London, UK. Lately, He participated in Busan Biennale 2012 , South Korea. Sakarin has occasionally been invited to be a visiting artist, guest lecturer and conductor of many international workshops such as: Guest lecturer at Asia link Center (2001 and 2008), Guest lecturer at Victorian College of The Art in Melbourne (2008), Visiting Artist and conductor of the workshop Traditional Thai Painting at Institute of Contemporary Art(ICA), London, UK(2005). Visiting Artist at Rijksakademie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2007). Invited Artist and Guest lecturer for Post Academic International Theatre School of Das Arts/De Amsterdamse School Advanced Research in Theatre and Dance Studies, The Netherlands (2007), The curator of Art and Community Project Metro-Sapiens: dialogue in the cave (2013).