Thai artist Lampu Kansanoh, born 1983, has made a name on international art scene for her bright and bold caricatures of everyday life. Parody in her work allows us to explore other ways to envision serious issues. When she compares a housewife concentrating on doing her laundry with parliamentary representatives, considered so important, sleeping on duty, she raises with humor questions which are at the center of today’s social pact. Her humor not only helps get the message get across easily, but has allowed her to install a very personal
Painting style and enter prestigious collections and auctions internationally. In 2012, she was one if the artists in residence at the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, which culminated in the ‘Winds of Artist’ exhibition in November in the same year. In Singapore, she had her first solo exhibition in 2011 and 2013. In Thailand, her works have been exhibited widely in since 2009.