MAIIAM’s New Acquisitions;
from 2010 to Present
MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum is one of Chiang Mai’s groundbreaking art institutions; and the museum’s collection is the driving force behind this success. The collection focus is on contemporary art of Thailand and the surrounding region; with an ongoing commitment to supporting living artists within an inter-generational scope. The first acquisition began in 1992, and since then the collection has continued to prosper, reflecting and responding to the now; whilst also passing the test of time. The exhibition responds to, and re-stages this collection scope.
30 March 2019 – 30 March 2020
Pilar Albarracín Exhibition
MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum cordially invites you to Pilar Albarracín’s first solo exhibition in Asia. It will be on display from March 30th, 2019 to February 10th, 2020. Prior to the opening reception, there will be a talk between independent curator and writer, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong and Albarracín about her works and practice.
DIASPORA: Exit, Exile, Exodus of Southeast Asia
In light of the current interest in global migration and displacement compelled by humanitarian crises worldwide, MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum is proud to present DIASPORA: Exit, Exile, Exodus of Southeast Asia.
The Poetic Language of Flowers
A flower arrangement exhibition
Demonstration of flower arrangements
on February 3, 2018 at 4.30 pm.
Shone Puipia: Antwerp 2012-2016
MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum is pleased
to invite you to the opening ceremony of “Shone Puipia:
Antwerp 2012-2016” on Saturday, 9 December 2017.
The exhibition is open to the public
from 2 – 18 December 2017.
The Cosmic Dance of the Paintbrush
Lalan, a Chinese female artist who resided in Paris for almost fifty years, is known for her multitalented creative works as a composer, a dancer, a choreographer, a director, a writer , a poet, and a painter. She is the female painter of an era where Western influences fused with Eastern inspirations.
An exhibition on contemporary art from the Golden Peninsula. Ranging from different time periods, works of art as well as cultural representations of the ‘Patani Region’ from 27 artists have been selected—both locals and those engaged with issues relevant to the area in question.