Thai-Japanese artist Yuree Kensaku is a multidisciplinary artist based in Bangkok whose works are known for their electrifying colors, rich sense of humor and candy-wrapped cartoon characters with a dark touch. Highly entertaining at first glance, his work consistently presents bold and critical commentary on society, as well as an intimate introspection into his personal life as a female artist. Yuree's work has been featured in numerous regional and international solo and group exhibitions, including The Adventure of Momotaro Girl, Artist in Yokohama Museum of Art (2007); Kuandu Biennale "Memories and Beyond", Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan (2010); The 4th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art "A Time for Dreams", Museum of Moscow, Russia (2014); When the Elephants
Fight, the Grass Gets Trampled, Art Basel Hong Kong (2015); Imaginarium: Over the Ocean, Under the Sea, 8Q, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore (2016); and Thailand Biennale "Edge of the Wonderland", Krabi (2018). His works are part of the permanent collections of the Mori Art Museum, Singapore Art Museum, Yokohama Museum of Art and MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, as well as many renowned private collections.