Oct 13, 2012
The Chrysler Museum of Art presents an important solo exhibition by Pinaree Sanpitak, the first time this large-scale responsive installation has been shown in the U.S.
A field of silk-covered forms, suggestive of the stupas found in Buddhist religious tradition, gently rock and sway in response to the movement of passers-by. These quiet shapes evoke a sense of nurturing, refuge and contemplation, and they will bring a colorful sense of life to the gallery.
Sanpitak will be giving a special artist lecture at 3 p.m., she will be at a meet-the-artist reception at 4 p.m., and she will be working live in our Glass Studio on Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.Import to Calendar Share