The beaver is bigger than the woman, who is taking a break from drawing to listen to the music. She sits under the shadow of the mushrooms, attentively listening to the guitar playing.
B Jang can also represent a figure of love, and love has so much influence over us. The beloved B Jang is bigger and more colorful.
And finally, sometimes love can strike us like lightning, or completely envelopes us like falling rain.
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About the Artist
YUREE KENSAKU (b.1979) is a Bangkok-based multidisciplinary artist whose works are known for their electrifying colours, rich sense of humour, and candy coated cartoon characters with a dark twist. Wildly entertaining at first glance, Yuree’s works persistently present bold, critical commentary on society, as well as intimate introspection on her personal life as a female artist.
Yuree’s works has featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions both regionally and internationally including
- “When the Elephants Fight, the Grass Gets Trampled”, Art Basel Hong Kong (2015)
- “Imaginarium: Over the Ocean, Under the Sea”, 8Q, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore (2016)
- 1st Thailand Biennale: “Edge of the Wonderland”, Krabi, Thailand (2018) – “The Lady on a White Horse”, Tang Contemporary Art, Bangkok, Thailand (2019)
- “BLEU BLANC ROUGE”, Artist in Centre Intermondes, La Rochelle, France (2020)
- 2nd Bangkok Art Biennale: “Escape Routes”, Thailand (2020 – 2021)
- Hawai’i Triennial 2022, Pacific Century, Honolulu Museum of Art, Hawai’i, America (2022)
Donor| 100 Tonson Foundation & Yuree Kensaku