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Born in Bangkok city in 1975, mixed media Artist Luck Maisalee graduated from College of Fine Arts, Bangkok, and Bachelor of Fine Arts from Chiang Mai University in 2001. His works are an experiment with various techniques, materials and often mixes things that are not accepted in the mainstream. He’s particularly interested in Outsider Art, such as Folk art, Naïve art, Primitive art, Craft as well as Childhood art.

In his current work, he utilizes characters that people are accustomed from various media in contemporary culture, for examples, posters and cartoons into the new perspective of his reinterpretation in order to narrate his ideas through works. Substantially, Luck never abandons his craftsmanship skills, therefore, his work is categorized as Contemporary Fine Art that harmoniously brings out primitiveness of old materials to the perfect combination.


Luck Maisalee

1998: "Mini print", Kad Suan Kaew Art Gallery, Chiang Mai
1999: "Tum Numprik Lalai Maenum", Kad Suan Kaew Art Gallery, Chiang Mai
2000: "Art in studio l,2", Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University
2001: "Art Thesis 14th", Chiang Mai
2003: "How to heavy", SI-AM Art Space, Bangkok
2004: "Ink up project", Gallery Seescape, Chiang Mai
2005: "Way" (Solo exhibition), Art Republic, Bangkok
"Mind's eye", Art hall, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University

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2006: "0.01 Richer", Gallery Panisa, Chiang Mai
2007: "Elephant Parade", Rotterdam, Netherlands
"Biwako Biennale 2007", Omihachiman City, Japan
"Hoopla-loop", Art republic, Bangkok
2008: "Suthep live in Bangkok", Barbali, Bangkok
"Art-a-whirl 08", Mok studio Minneapolis, USA
"Music through art", Art Republic, Bangkok
"Art exploration", Chiang Mai
2010: "Small print", Art hall, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University
"Don't worry, be Lucky", (Solo exhibition), Gallery N, Bangkok
2017: “Lucksurely makes art for money”, (Solo exhibition), JOJO KOBE Art Gallery, Chiang Mai

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