Amnaj Wachirasut

Country : Thailand

City : Nonthaburi




Amnaj Wachirasut was born in 1970. He lives and works in Nonthaburi, Thailand.

Wachirasut is an artist considering that painting is a simple question of mind. He works with colors in a semi-abstract way, but creates a structure that reflects light when viewed from different angles.
His work represents a world beyond reality, a link between the conscious and the subconscious.
His paintings are about life and its environment, revealing the complexity of human perception and emotion.

Wachirasut holds a B.A. and an M.A. in painting from Bangkok University of Fine Arts.
He has received numerous awards, including the Petroleum Authority of Thailand Contemporary Art Competition (1997) and the Thailand Art Award from Philip Morris (1996).
Wachirasut has participated in solo and group exhibitions, including Chroma, 333Anywhere, Bangkok (2023), Phassa, One wall art Foundation, Bangkok (2022), Disappear, Tootyung Art Center, Chiang Mai (2019), Whisperer, Gallery Seescape, Chiang Mai (2018), Glories of Greyscale, Tadu Contemporary Art, Bangkok (2018), PohChand 31st Century Museum, Bangkok (2018), HOF Art Now Grand Opening, HOF Art Space, Bangkok (2014), Preconceived Nomad, Artery Gallery, Bangkok (2011), Imagery Region, Artery Gallery, Bangkok (2010), ASEAN Art Award, Metropolitan Museum, Manila (1997).