Yuree Kensaku

After graduating from the Department of Visual Arts, Bangkok University, in 2002, her works were presented in several solo and group exhibitions, including 108 Paths to Vanity, It’s spiritually good, Sweet with Mr. Fan, Shortcut to Melancholy Hill, and recently Karma Police at 100 Tonson Gallery, Bangkok (2004/2005/2009/2011, 2013), the artist in residence solo show The Adventure of Momotaro Girl at the Yokohama Museum of Art, Yokohama, Japan (2007), Same Place While The Clock's Hands Pace, featuring new works, at Gallery Ver, an artist-run space in Bangkok, Thailand, by invitation of founder and director Rirkrit Tiravanija (2008). In 2009 Kensaku held 3 solo exhibitions locally and internationally in Bejing, Taipei, and Bangkok. Kensaku was one of 10 artists selected to participate in the Kuandu Biennale 2010, Taipei. Now, she is participating in 4th Moscow Biennale for Young Art at the Museumof Moscow(2014). She also created large murals in “FOR,” a wall painting showcase by Thai graphic designers and artists at Bangkok Art and CultureCenter, Bangkok, (2007/2010) and BUKRUK streetart festival the Thai-Europe connection at Ratchathewi Area, Bangkok( 2013), and recently History of Art at Schoolof Fineand AppliedArtsBuilding, BangkokUniversity, Rangsit Campus. Her works have been collected in SingaporeArt Museum, MoriArt Museum, and Yokohama Museum of Art.