Papeterie: Lost in the Greenland


Expand your artistic horizon and botanical knowledge at Papeterie: Lost in the Greenland, a humble art exhibition housed in Bangkok’s well-known art space, The Jam Factory.

The event takes place from 12th September to 25th October 2020.

Papeterie: Lost in the Greenland

Image credit: Try X Once

In a pastoral European-style room, you’ll find more than 40 types of wildflowers made of paper. 

All pieces of art were created based on images of exotic flowers humans discovered from 3 different types of forests: tropical forest, temperate forest, and taiga (snow forest).

Note: Refrain from touching any of the work because they’re fragile.


Corpse lily made of papier-mâché


Papeterie: Lost in the Greenland

Image credit: @ohang

The masterpiece of this exhibition is a life-sized stinking corpse lily made of papier-mâché, which is positioned in the centre of the room.

Some smaller flowers are elegantly displayed on shelves, while others are made to look like they’re being ‘preserved’ in a book. 

During your time here – you’ll feel just like a botanist from 19th century England.

Papeterie: Lost in the Greenland

Image credit: @duangritbunnag

Clear your schedules and get to know more about papeteries as well as wildflowers at this exhibition. You can also talk about the work after at a cafe within The Jam Factory’s site.

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Featured image adapted from: @duangritbunnag, @ohang, and @naitommy

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41/1-5 Charoen Nakhon Rd,
Khlong San,
Bangkok 10600
Date:
12 September - 25 October 2020
Time:
11:00 am - 8:00 pm
Things to note:

Nearest Train Station: Krung Thon Buri BTS
Telephone: (+66)02-861-0950