Heineken Presents LIFE AFTER MUSIC
A Photolicious Exhibition
By Sukie Kamol Sukosol Clapp
13th December, 2011 – 5th February, 2012
Sombat Permpoon Gallery is delighted to present a photography exhibition,
“Heineken Presents LIFE AFTER MUSIC”
A Photolicious Exhibition” by Sukie Kamol Sukosol Clapp
Tuesday 13th December , 2011
Opening reception for photography exhibition
Admission: This is a FREE EVENT
5pm – 6pm: Press Conference (for press only)
6pm- 8pm: Opening reception (open to public)
(The exhibition will be on view until 5th February, 2012)
Monday 19th December, 2011
A Charity Acoustic Concert by Sukie:Heineken Presents LIFE AFTER MUSIC.
Featuring Noi, Pod & Palmy
Admission: 1,000 baht limited at only 300 unit at WWW.THAITICKETMAJOR.COM
(All proceed from ticket sale will go to Flood victims and Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation)
Sombat Permpoon Gallery
Available at the gallery and Sawai Brown Building (Right next to the Gallery. 20baht/hr/car)
BTS SKY TRAIN
Phloen Chit Station-50 meters walk to Sukhumvit Soi 1
“I’ve been in the music business my whole life & only after venturing outside the industry do I realize & comes to appreciate there’ s a lot more outside & beyond music.
Looking back I also noticed I have no, I mean zero, photos of my time with Bakery Music. With my next venture after Bakery, a TV show call Dreamchaser, I vowed not to make the same mistake again – hence taking up photography as a hobby to capture my travels around Thailand & beyond.
Traveling on a motorcycle with limited space I knew I needed something small & being a novice I didn’t want to get something expensive so I started off with a cheap point-and-shoot digicam. Now I’m using a Canon S90, still small but highly effective: all photos in this exhibition were taken with it.
What started off as a hobby developed into a passion, hence sparking me to create this exhibition. Simply put, the photos in this exhibition reflects what I’ve been up to for the past 5 years after leaving the music business… Sukie
Sukie Kamol Sukosol Clapp is a former music founder of Thai record label, Bakery Music. The label is the pioneer of the independent music industry in the 1990s, being the most successful of its time, and inspiring the creation of many other indie labels.In 2007, Sukie translated his next passion into ” Dreamchaser” an unconventional travel/documentary show for Thai television focused on a man, a motorcycle, and his search for inspiring people and experiences in various destinations in Thailand and Laos. Their second season in 2008 took them from Bangkok to Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, and back home. The documentary focused on people for whom fulfillment of their dream has become their number one goal.