Miti Ruangkritya (1981) is based in Thailand. His work focuses on an issue or a topic surrounding his life. In particular, the city often surfaces as a dominant subject – from its environments and people and to its transformation and growth.

In 2016 he was selected as one of the finalists of the Sovereign Asian Art Prize and was again nominated in 2020.

Exhibition in 2019 includes a solo exhibition, A Convenient Sunset | A Convenient Holdup (Bangkok CityCity, Thailand). Group exhibitions include Temporal Topography: MAIIAM’s New Acquisitions; from 2010 to Present (Maiiam Museum, Chiangmai, Thailand), Long March Project: The Deficit Faction (Long March Space, Beijing, China), GAP: A distinct to reality, (DECK, Singapore) and Electrical Moods, (Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken, Germany).

He has produced 20 publications since 2011 including 4 books in 2019 through self publishing or co-producing with gallery and publisher such as Bangkok CityCity (Thailand) and Onestar press (France).

His work and publication are collected by Singapore Art Museum, Maiiam Contemporary Art Museum (Thailand), The Backers Foundation (Japan) and Library at Tate (UK), Tai Kwun (Hong Kong), Metropolitan Museum of Art (US) and Centre for Artists’ Publications at Museum fur Moderne Kunst (Germany).


About Artist

Miti Ruangkritya (1981) is based in Thailand. His work focuses on an issue or a topic surrounding his life. In particular, the city often surfaces as a dominant subject – from its environments and people and to its transformation and growth.

In 2016 he was selected as one of the finalists of the Sovereign Asian Art Prize and was again nominated in 2020.

Exhibition in 2019 includes a solo exhibition, A Convenient Sunset | A Convenient Holdup (Bangkok CityCity, Thailand). Group exhibitions include Temporal Topography: MAIIAM’s New Acquisitions; from 2010 to Present (Maiiam Museum, Chiangmai, Thailand), Long March Project: The Deficit Faction (Long March Space, Beijing, China), GAP: A distinct to reality, (DECK, Singapore) and Electrical Moods, (Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken, Germany).

He has produced 20 publications since 2011 including 4 books in 2019 through self publishing or co-producing with gallery and publisher such as Bangkok CityCity (Thailand) and Onestar press (France).

His work and publication are collected by Singapore Art Museum, Maiiam Contemporary Art Museum (Thailand), The Backers Foundation (Japan) and Library at Tate (UK), Tai Kwun (Hong Kong), Metropolitan Museum of Art (US) and Centre for Artists’ Publications at Museum fur Moderne Kunst (Germany)


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Sathorn Sunset
Miti Ruangkritya

Publisher
11C and Bangkok CityCity Gallery
2018

Design
Miti Ruangkritya

48 pages
19cm x 29cm x 0.5cm

Edition of 300