La Lanta Fine Art

Klongtan Nua, Wattana

Bangkok 10110 Bangkok


Phone : +66 2204 0583

Fax : +66 2204 0582

Mobile Ph. : +668 3095 2028




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Sukontip Fon PRAHANPAP   (General management)


'Lalanta' is translated from the Thai word meaning "beauty in abundance".

Located in the heart of Bangkok's most affluent districts, La Lanta Fine Art offers contemporary artworks by internationally acclaimed artists. The gallery also exhibits work by up-and-coming artists.

Our YOUNG PROGRAMME initiative enables our gallery to identify and embrace new ideas and new art expressions undertaken by promising young artists from the Asian continent.

La Lanta Fine Art's mission is to be a bridge. From one way, we connect young Asian contemporary artists to the international art audience. From the other way, we provide the local art audience with greater access to the leading edge of international contemporary art practice.

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Hayun Choi  (+)

    Biography : Hayun Choi was born in Daejeon, Republic of Korea in 1986. She is a contemporary artist who works predominantly in the medium of thread painting, which is the placement of each thread as if it were the stroke of a paint brush. Hayun completed a MA of Fine Arts at the Chelsea College of Arts in London. She has exhibited in London, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Hayun works and lives in London, England.

    Exhibition : 'Gaze' (solo exhibition), La Lanta Fine Art, Thailand Affordable Art Fair London, Battersea 'Human gaze : multiple perspective', MokSpace, London, UK

    Detailed Description : Hayun has been concentrating on portraiture and the human face through thread painting and photography. Her current works are portraits of family, friends and strangers in Seoul and London. The foreground is a thin black fabric with a thread painting which has been layered thread by thread. The background is a black and white photograph of the same subject. Her work depicts the subject in two states: being gazed at and gazing directly at the viewer. She is interested in the theory of Gaze as popularised by Jacques Lacan and Jean-Paul Sartre, and how gaze can alter ones identity and self-worth. The subject of the gaze is reduced to being an object of desire. As the subject identifies with becoming an object they become alienated from themselves. As new media technology makes it possible for us to extend and contract our gaze on others, her work provokes questions of gender representation, sexual power, and erotic lust. As John Berger noted in Ways of Seeing ‘according to usage and conventions which are at last being questioned but have by no means been overcome - men act and women appear. Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at’

  • Chamnan Chongpaiboon  (+)

    Biography : Chamnan Chongpaiboon received B.F.A. Painting, Sculpture and Printmaking, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology, Thailand. He has exhibited internationally in major cities including New York, London, Hong Kong, Singapore. His artwork discusses the beauty of woman with a flavor of retro fashion with vibrant color palette and simple composition.

    Exhibition : - “She”, solo exhibition at La Lanta Fine Art - International art fairs in major cities; Hong Kong, Singapore, New York, London, Jakarta, and Miami

  • Thomas donaldson

  • Olivier Duhamel

    Biography : Olivier Duhamel is a figurative sculptor specializing in bronze figurines. A New Zealander since 1991, Frenchborn Olivier Duhamel lives on Waiheke Island. The young Duhamel leaves France before his 20th birthday for extensive travels in Europe, in Africa and in the South Pacific. He arrives in New Zealand with his wife in 1986 and leads a successful 15 years career as a software engineer until 2002 at which times he resumes his artistic pursuits. A self taught hobbyist and long time recreational draughtsman Mr. Duhamel has been a student of Chrystèle Legardinier (etching on copper plates – 1985) and of David Reid (sculptor and founder -2006). He has been a member of the Catherine Mitchell Life Drawing group since 2004. His principal inspiration is the female nude which he depicts using graphite pencil on paper with great attention to details. Since 2006, Olivier Duhamel also makes small figurative bronze sculptures. The rapid success of these classical and elegant figurines convinces him to become a full time sculptor. A prolific artist and regular exhibitor, his bronze figurines and laminated sculptures have won awards and are held in many private and public collections, including the Wallace Arts Trust. He exhibits in New Zealand, Australia, France, Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, and Singapore. Like few other sculptors, Olivier Duhamel casts his bronze himself in his Waiheke workshop. This allows him to keep full control over the entire creative process. He prides himself on the quality of his castings. With his exceptional attention to detail, Duhamel is also very particular about his materials. Fibre board wood is made by recycling a natural resource. It is denser than plywood and much stronger than normal particle board. Being laminated, the structure is very rigid and acquires great strength and stability. It will not bend, expand or split as timber would. Once assembly completed, each artwork is sealed with 4 layers of a marine grate vanish to protect i

  • Eri Imamura  (+)

    Biography : Born in 1977 in Tokyo, Japan, Eri Imamura strives to reconcile the material entrapment of urbanism with an animistic desire to reconnect with nature, her elaborately crafted vibrant textile compositions employ expertise gained from formal schooling in classic kimono design and pueblo beading artistry. She is also influenced by the spiritualism in traditional Japanese tattoo designs. Imamura’s artwork is collected by public institutions including Fidelity Investments in New Mexico, UBS in Peurto Rico, Alturas Foundation in Texas as well as in private collection worldwide.

    Exhibition : SCOPE Basel, SCOPE New York, SCOPE Miami, Art Stage Singapore, CONTEXT Art New York

  • Lu Jun  (+)

    Biography : Born in 1962 in Hu Bei Province, China, Lu Jun graduated from Wu Han Technical University in 1983. He currently lives and works in China. His latest achievement is a collaboration project with Apple's "Learn Something New" project, of which his artwork is on display in Apple stores worldwide.

    Exhibition : 2009 and 2013 Florence Biennale

    Detailed Description : A recipient of 2009 Florence Biennale's Gold Prize in Photography, Lu Jun's genre-blending technique has earned him recognition in innumerable international art magazines including Art Manager, Chinese Photography, Art Gallery, and Britain's Genius List of 100 Top International Artists. Lu Jun's work takes its cue from one of China's most well-known art forms -- traditional landscape painting -- but his process is wholly contemporary. His photography is “digital ink and wash.” First he patiently observes the movement of ink in water, as it flows into strands of varying ebbs and flows. Water will always find a natural course, unguided and unforced. Lu Jun photographs the paths of the ink with a camera. Then, through digital manipulation, he carefully gathers strands from each image to weave into a new form. Through this process, the ink becomes both the subject and the medium.

  • Michele Mikesell  (+)

    Biography : In 2002, Michele Mikesell earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts with a minor in graphic design from Texas Women's University in Denton, TX. Mikesell completed her Master of Fine Arts at the University of Oklahoma in Norman in 2004. Mikesell is a Dallas Artist who lives and works in Oak Cliff. Mikesell's work can be found internationally in many private and corporate collections

    Exhibition : La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok; Decorazon Gallery, Texas; SCOPE Miami, SCOPE New York, Miami Art Basel, The Suite Art Fair Dallas, Texas, Red Dot London, Art Santa Fe, and the Affordable Art Fair New York City and London Battersea Park.

  • Thanawat Promsuk  (+)

    Biography : Born in 1988 in Pattani, Thailand Born and raised in the most Southern part of Thailand where there is constant political violence and turmoil, Promsuk has always focused his attention in art study since a young age. With his outstanding artistic skill, he was accepted to enroll in Thailand's most prominent art institution, Silpakorn University.

    Exhibition : Recently in 2015, Promsuk was selected by Art Stage Singapore for a solo exhibition at Marina Bay Sands durting the Art Week., followed by group exhibition in Canvas International Gallery, the Netherlands.

    Detailed Description : Promsuk earned himself several awards and recognitions from local and national art competition platforms including Second prize in The National Exhibition of Art in 2014, Special Prize from Toshiba's Annual Art Contest in 2012, Prof. Silp Bhirasi's Gold Prize in Contemporary Art Competition by Young Artists in 2011. In the same year, he also received Honor Prize from Siam Cement Group's Young Thai Artist Award, Honor Award from Toshiba's Annual Art Contest, and his work was selected to exhibit at the 3rd Bangkok Triennale Printing and Drawing Exhibition.

  • David Zalben