Be Takerng Pattanopas bio

1965 Born in Trang, Thailand
1986 BID Industrial Design, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
1996 MA  Ceramic Studies, University of Wales, Cardiff
2000 PhD Three-Dimensional Studies, School of Fine Arts, Cheltenham & Gloucester, UK

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2011 Compulsive Orders, Tally Beck Contemporary, New York
2009 Permanent Flux, GMT+7 Gallery, Brussels
2008 Interior Horizons, Catherine Schubert Fine Art Gallery, Bangkok
2007 Space f 10 Light Years, Shanghai Studio, Shanghai
2005 Mould Boy, Industrial Design Gallery, Bangkok
2000 Space Animated by Light, Portcullis Gallery, Gloucestershire, UK

Selected Group Exhibitions

2012 Art Asia Miami, Tally Beck Contemporary
Los Angeles Art Show, Tally Beck Contemporary
2011 Art Asia Miami, Tally Beck Contemporary
Texas Contemporary, Houston, Tally Beck Contemporary
artMRKT Hamptons, Tally Beck Contemporary
SCOPE New York, Tally Beck Contemporary
2010 ASIAN ART 2010, Tally Beck Contemporary, New York and Mobile
Buddha in the Tunnel, permanent installation in a Buddhist Meditation Hall, Ratchaburi, Thailand
Maha-Chul: Dissecting the University as Agent of Knowledge Production, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
On the Edge, DOB Gallery, Bangkok
Another Side, La Lanta Gallery, Bangkok
Unspeaking Engagements, Lanchester Gallery, Coventry, UK
Experimenting Industrial Materials, Bangkok Art and Culture Center
2009 Unspeaking Engagements, Chulalongkorn University Art Center, Bangkok
2008 From Surface to Origin: Journeys through recent art from India and Thailand, Gallery Soulflower, Bangkok
2007 The Place & The Plate, in La Fête: The French Cultural Festival in Bangkok, The Jim Thompson Art Center, Bangkok
Prana: Art, Light, Space, Chulalongkorn University Art Center, Bangkok
Chapter 75: Clay Overture, Playground Gallery, Bangkok
Ethnic, Its Abundance and Freedom, World Ceramic Biennale, Incheon, South Korea
2006 Inspired by the King: An Art Exhibition to Celebrate the King of Thailand’s 60 Years on His Throne, Playground Gallery, Bangkok
Pecha Kucha Night Bangkok, House Rama, Bangkok
2005 Design ± ∞ : Approaches to Critical Projects, University of Florence
2004 Galileo Chini and Colors of the Orient, Queen Sirikit’s Gallery, Bangkok
1998 Works in Progress, The Park Gallery, Cheltenham, UK
Matrix 4, Lethaby Gallery, London
1996 Research Fellow Show, Pittville Gallery, Cheltenham, UK
Seven, Howard Gardens Gallery, Cardiff


2005 Honorable Mention for Ashwattha: The Tsunami Memorial design, Tsunami Memorial International Competition
2006 Invention Award, The Research Council of Thailand