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VIPOO SRIVILASA


Born 1969, Bangkok, Thailand
1997, Arrived in Australia

EDUCATION

1998 Master of Fine Art and Design (ceramic), University of Tasmania, Hobart
1997 Graduate Diploma of Arts (ceramic), Monash University, Melbourne
1994 Bachelor of Art (ceramic), Rangsit University, Bangkok, Thailand


SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2018 Everyday Shrines, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne (October)
2018 Everyday Shrines, Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale, Victoria
2017 Happy Together, Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane
2017 This Might Be The Place, Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide
2016 Red-Eard Slider, Subhashok Art Centre, Bangkok
2016 Deity, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne
2015 Happy Land, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne
2015 Collective Reef, Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria
2014 Equilibrium, Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane
2013 How to Make a Million Before Dinner, Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane
2013 Red Room, Maunsell Wickes Gallery, Sydney
2012 Indigo Tomb, Nellie Caston Gallery, Melbourne
2012 Thai Na Town - Little Oz,Chulalongkorn University’s Art Center, Bangkok
2012 Indigo Monster, La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok
2012 Ready to Play, Maunsell Wickes Galleries, Sydney
2011 Symbols, Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane
2010 Aftermath, collaboration project with the Pottery Workshop, PWS Gallery, Jingdezhen, China
2009 Indigo Kingdom, Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne
2009 Colonies, Surapon Gallery, Bangkok
2009 Monster by Hands: collaboration project with Thai Celadon factory, Pong Noi Art Space, Chiang Mai
2008 For The Future, Über Gallery, Melbourne
2008 Roop, Root, Ruang, (Taste-touch-tell) 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney
2006 My Self : My Other, Über Gallery, Melbourne
2005 Lai Krarm, Surapon Gallery, Bangkok
2004 People I Have Met, Skepsi on Swanston, Melbourne
2003 Mythical Monster, Freeman 3 Gallery, Hobart
2002 Action Man, Haecceity Arts Gallery, Melbourne
2001 The Coral Show, Haecceity Art Gallery, Melbourne
2000 Ocean Fantasies, Jam Factory Contemporary Craft and Design Gallery, Adelaide
2000 S&M Mermaid, Object Store, Sydney
1998 Ocean Fantasies, Side Space Gallery, Hobart
1997 Mermaids, State Craft Gallery, Melbourne


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018 Australian Collection, Queensland Art gallery, Brisbane
Obsessed: Compelled to make, Australian Design Centre, NSW
Hyphenated: The Substation, Melbourne
Finalist, Tom Bass Prize for Figurative Sculpture, NSW

2017 Subhashok The Arts Centre, Art Stage Singapore
Muswellbrook Art Prize Works, Muswellbrook Regional Art Centre, NSW
Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale, Icheon World Ceramic Center, South Korea
Empty Vessels, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne
Animal Kingdom, The Johnston Collection, VIC
Deakin Small Sculpture Award, Deakin University Art Gallery, VIC
Sydney Contemporary, Carriagworks, NSW
Super Hero, Kingston Arts Centre, Melbourne

2016 Sugar Spin - You Me and Everything, Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art
The First Central China International Ceramics Biennale, Henan Museum, China
Fleurieu Art Prize, Samstag Museum, Adelaide
The Basil Sellers Art Prize, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne
15 Artists 2016, Redcliffe Art Gallery, Queensland
Function, Form, and Fantasy: Ceramics from the Burger Collection, The Flint Institute of Arts, USA
Adrian Sassoon, Masterpiece, The Royal Hospital, London
Animal, Nicolas Project, Melbourne
Art Taipei, S.A.G Gallery, Taipei World Trade Centre
The Texture of Sensation, CC Gallery, Taiwan
Wired Ceramic, Gippsland Art Gallery, Victoria

2015 Beyond Limitations, Clayarch Gimhae Museum, Korea
Collisions: Cross-Cultural Collaborations, Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria
Imaging the Blue and White: The impact of the New, Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan.
Storm In A Teacup, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Victoria
More Love Hours, The Ian Potter Museum, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne
Imagining Ned, Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria
Everything Is All White, Kasher Potamkin, New York
​ New York Ceramic and Glass Fair, Bohemian National Hall, New York
Leaders, Craft Victoria, Melbourne
Two of A Kind, Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, Melbourne
Adrian Sassoon, COLLECT, Saatchi Gallery, London
C H O I C E : contemporary Australian ceramics, Beaver Gallery, Canberra
Sculpting Stories, Gallery Oldham, UK

2014 Contemporary Porcelain, Queensland Art Gallery I Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland
artKamp: indigo mass, Independent Art Project, Massachusetts, USA
Made In China, Independent Art Project, Massachusetts, USA
Earth and Fire: South East Asian Ceramic, Workhouse Art Centre, Virginia, USA
BIG Ceramic, Yarra Gallery, Melbourne
The XXIIIrd International Biennale of Vallauris Biennale, France
Adrian Sassoon, Masterpiece London, The Royal Chelsea Hospital, London
Adrian Sassoon, COLLECT, Saatchi Gallery, London
Inquiring Finds, Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House, Hawaii
Mythology Meets Archetype, Northern Clay Centre, Minneapolis, USA
Important Exhibition of Australian Ceramic, Mossgreen Gallery, VIC
Stanthorpe Art Festival, Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery, QLD
50 Shades of Brown, Gallerysmith, Melbourne
Adrian Sassoon, The European Fine Art Fair, Maastricht Exhibition Centre, The Netherlands
Melbourne Art Fair, presented by Edwina Corlette Gallery, Melbourne

2013 The Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale, Icheon, Korea
SEXSE@Medalta, Medalta Gallery, Canada
Ceramic Top 40, Ferrin Contemporary and Red Star Studios, Kansas City, USA
Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Sydney
3x3 Project, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok
Hobart Art Prize, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart
New Blue and White, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA
New York Ceramic Fair represent by Ferrin Gallery, Bohemian National Hall, New York, USA
The Hua Krathi Project, RMIT University School of Art Gallery, Melbourne
Modern Masters, International Trade Fair, Munich, Germany
Crafting Design/Designing Craft: 40 Years of JamFactory, JamFactory Gallery, Adelaide.
Finalist, Manningham Victorian Ceramic Award, Manningham Gallery, VIC

2012 Ferrin Gallery at Art Miami, Midtown, Miami
New World:Timeless Visions, New Mexico Museum of Art Santa Fe, USA
Jakarta Contemporary Ceramic Biennale 2012, Indonesia
Adrian Sassoon, Pavilion of Art & Design, London, London
Adrian Sassoon, Masterpiece London, The Royal Hospital Chelsea, London
Clare Beck at Adrian Sassoon, COLLECT, Saatchi Gallery, London
Pacific Rim Connection, Azuma Gallery, Seattle, USA
The Pottery Workshop 25th Anniversary, Seattle Design Center, USA
On Kindness: an Australia India Culture Exchange, Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Man and Beast, Rex Irwin Art Dealer, Sydney
Cross Path, Beaver Galleries, Canberra
Thai Trends from Localism to Internationalism, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Thailand
Indigo Monster, La Lanta Gallery, Bangkok

2011 SOFA Chicago (presented by John Natsoulas Gallery), USA
Ceramic Annual of America, Civic Center, San Francisco, USA
Finalist, Manningham Victorian Ceramic Award, Manningham Gallery, VIC
The Pursuit of Porcelain, SOFA NewYork (presented by Ferrin Gallery), USA
In Family Unity - Unity of the World, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Russia
East-West Ceramic Collaboration, University of Hawaii Art Gallery, Monoa

2010 International Ceramics Competition of L'ALcora, L’Alcora Ceramics Museum, Spain
A New Insight of International Contemporary Ceramics, Degas Arts Space, Shanghai
Elegant Monsters, Gallerie Philosophie, Taipei
Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award, The Art Centre, Queensland
Ceramic Now?, Whitehorse Art Space, Melbourne
Hobart Art Prize, Tasmania Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart
Anna Pappas Gallery in Sydney, Depot Gallery, Sydney
In the Family Unity - Unity of the World, Khanty-Mansiysk city, Russia

2009 Blue-White, White-Blue, Galerie Handwerk, München, Germany
The Ring of Fire, Ayala Museum, The Philippines
At the Crossroad of Civilization, Yingge Ceramic Museum, Taiwan
Pressing Matter, Cheongiu Biennale, South Korea
Super Normality, J Gallery, Bangkok
Zibo international Ceramic Art Expo, Zibo, China
Trans-Pot, Nanjing Arts Institute, Nanjing, China
The Art of Making: invention and artisanship, Castlemaine Visual Arts Biennial, VIC
Finalist, Ergon Energy Central Queensland Art Award, Rockhampton Art Gallery, QLD
Finalist, Manningham Victorian Ceramic Award, Manningham Gallery, VIC
Finalist, Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award, Deakin University Art Gallery, Melbourne
Bravura: 21st Century Australian Craft, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
Recent Acquisitions: City of Port Phillip , The Gallery, St. Kilda Town Hall, Melbourne

2006-9 A Secret History of Blue and White, touring Vietnam Fine Arts Museum; Arts House, Singapore; Silpakorn University, Thailand; Beijing University of Technology, China; Foshan Ceramic Culture Industry Park, Guangzhou, Object Gallery, NSW, Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Artisan, Queensland, Gosford Regional Art Gallery, Tamworth Regional Art Gallery, JamFactory Gallery, SA

2003-9 Finalist, City of Darebin-La Trobe Acquisitive Art Prize, Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, Melbourne

2008 Salute to Ceramic, Fusions Gallery, QLD
Fierce or Friendly: Humans in the Animal World, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, TAS
Australian Ceramics Stories, Dubbo Regional Gallery, NSW
International Teapot Exhibition, Shanghai, China

2007 Finalist, The 4th World Ceramic Biennale, Icheon, Korea
Southside Art project, Victoria Treasury Building, Melbourne
Master Show, Cudgegong Gallery, Gulgong
Relationships, Jamjuree Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
Finalist, The Garden Path, Community Spirit Gallery, Melbourne
Finalist, Celebration, Manly Art Gallery and Museum, Sydney

2006 Impressed: Contemporary Australian Ceramics, Gallery Twenty five, New Delhi, India

2005 Beyond Earth: exploring the plastic limits of clay, Manly Art Gallery and Museum, Sydney
Boys Will Be Boys, All Hand Made Gallery, Sydney
The Home Show, Glen Eira City Gallery, Melbourne
Chilli, Cudgegong Gallery, New South Wales

2004 Finalist, The ANL Maritime Art Prize, The Mission to Seafarers, Melbourne
The Victorian Connection, Ceramic Art Gallery, Sydney
ENCORE-Imperial Porcelain, Skepsi on Swanston, Melbourne
Finalist, Bowl and Beautiful, Ceramic Art Gallery, Sydney
Ceramic Art Exposition of Thailand, Silapakorn Gallery, Nakorn Pathom, Thailand

2003 Finalist, Ceramic: the Australian and New Zealand Context, Campbelltown Art Gallery, New South Wales

2002 ATTITUDE: New Australian Ceramics, SOFA Chicago, Chicago, USA
Finalist, Gold Coast international Ceramic Art Award, City Art Gallery, Gold Coast
Less is More / Less is a Bore, The Brisbane City Gallery, Brisbane

2001 Finalist, Presiding Officers Centenary Craft Prize 2001, the Parliament House, Canberra
Finalist, The City of Redcliffe Excellence in Craft Awards, Redcliffe City Council Art Gallery, Queensland
Finalist, 26 Alice Craft Acquisitions, Araluen Centre, Alice Spring
Inaugural, Haecceity Art Gallery, Melbourne

2000 Finalist, Millennium Platter, Ceramic Art Gallery, Sydney

1999 9th National Ceramic Exhibition of Thailand, Silapakorn Gallery, Nakorn Patom, Thailand
Finalist, Contemporary Clay 99, Cowwarr Art Space, Victoria
Tasmania Potters’ Society Annual Exhibition, School House Gallery, Hobart
Jam Factory Biennial 1999, Jam Factory Gallery, Adelaide
Taking Tea, the Old Bakery on Eighth Gallery, Perth

1998 Finalist, 17th Gold Coast international Ceramic Art Award, City Art Gallery, Gold Coast
Tasmania Potters’ Society Annual Exhibition, School House Gallery, Hobart
Finalist, Toowoomba Art Award, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, Queensland
A Winter Delight, Handmark Gallery, Hobart
Tasmania School of Arts Hobart Exhibition, Kualalumper and Johor Baru, Malaysia

1994 4th Art Thesis Exhibition, Siam Centre, Bangkok, Thailand


SELECTED AWARDS AND GRANTS

2018 Winner National Sports Museum, Basil Sellers Creative Arts Fellowship
2017 Winner 44th Muswellbrook Art Prize Ceramic
Highly Commended, Deakin Small Sculpture Award
People Choice Award, Clunes Ceramic Award
Australian Council for the Arts, Skill and Arts Development General
2016 National Sports Museum Basil Sellers Creative Arts Fellowship
2015 Australian Embassy Seoul, Grant for cultural exchange project
Australia Council for the Arts, Development Grants Individuals and Groups
2014 Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award
Lighton International Artists Exchange Program, USA
Australia - Korea Foundation
2013 Cool Japan Fund, Japanese government
Arts Victoria, International Program Grant
Australian Council for the Arts, Skill and Arts Development General
2012 Creative Industries Fund, Copyright Agency Limited
Australia - Thailand Institute Project Grant
Australia International Cultural Council Grants
2011 Arts Victoria, International Program Grant
Australian Council for the Arts, New Work Development Grant
2009 Australian Council for the Arts, Skill and Arts Development General
2008 Arts Victoria, International Program Grant
Sculpture Award, Suncoast Clayworkers Awards, Queensland
Finalist, Toyota Travel Award
2007 Australian Council for the Arts, New Work Development Grant
Honorable Mention World Ceramic Biennale, Icheon, Korea
2005 Australia - Thailand Institute Project Grant
Arts Victoria, International Program Grant
2004 First (Acquisitive) and Third Prize, Artful Teapot Award, Paynter Gallery, Bendigo, Victoria
Second Prize, Golden Teapot Award 2004, Morpeth Gallery, Morpeth, New South Wales
2003 First Prize, Golden Teapot Award, Morpeth Gallery, Morpeth, New South Wales
2001 First Prize (ceramic hand-building), City of Redcliffe Excellence in Craft Award, Queensland
Merit Prize (paperclay), Port hacking Potters Group Awards, New South Wales
1999 Highly Commended, Tasmania Potters Society Annual Exhibition, Tasmania
1998 Honorary Research Associate, School of Art University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania
Northcote Decoration Award, Tasmania Potters’ Society Annual Exhibition, Tasmania


COLLECTIONS

Australian Arts Bank
Australia Embassy, Seoul, Korea
Art Gallery of South Australia
Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria
Bluestone Collection, Melbourne
Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, Victoria
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
Clayarch Gimhae Museum, Korea
City of Darebin, Victoria
City of Port Phillip, Victoria
College of Fine Art, University of New South Wales, Sydney
College of Arts and Humanities, University of Hawaii, Hawaii
Craft Council, London, UK
Deakin University, Melbourne
Gippsland Art Gallery, Victoria
Gold Coast City Gallery, Queensland
Henan Museum, Zhengzhou, China
Holmglen Institute of TAFE, Victoria
Korean Ceramic Foundation, Korea
Kamm Teapot Foundation, California, USA
Lady Cilento Children's Hospital, the, Queensland
Manningham City Council, Victoria
Margaret Lawrence Australian Ceramic Collection, Victoria
Muswellbrook Shire City Council, NSW
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Parliament House Art Collection, Canberra
Queensland Art Gallery I Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland
Rockhamton Art Gallery, Queensland
School of Rural Health, Melbourne University, Shepparton, VIC
The Shaw International Centre for Contemporary Ceramics, Medalta, Canada
Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria
Tasmania Museum and Art Gallery, Tasmania
Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, Queensland


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REVIEWS

2017 Alice Pung, “The colonisation of cute - exploring the work of Vipoo Srivilasa, Garland magazine #6, March 2017
2016 Mariam Arcilla, “Vipoo Srivilasa: Connecting the pots”, Vault Magazine, issue 18, August 2016, page 40-43
Amber Creswell Bell, “Clay: Contemporary Ceramic Artisans”, Thames & Hudson Ltd
Kate Singleton, “Ceramics: Contemporary Artists Working in Clay”, Chronicle Books
Chathip Suwanthong, Bangkok Business Newspaper, 18 April 2016
Guy Asmar, Art Focus: Cultural Infusion, CURVE, April/May 2016, page 16 and 102
Deianira Tolema, Vipoo Srivilasa’s Tragicomic Metaphors of Cultural Identity, Arte Fuse online
Robyn Phelan, Vipoo Srivilasa, Ceramic Ireland issue 36 2016, page 24-26
2015 Rebecca Hill, Patience Flower XXIII by Vipoo Srivilasa, Crafts Council (UK) online publication, London
Deianira Tolema, Vipoo Srivilasa’s Playful Kingdom of Ceramic Figurines, Hi Fructose online
Annie Werbler, What;s In Your Toolbox, Design Sponge online
Arunee Chuboonraj, Interview, Ploy Gam Pet (Thailand) issue 572񳏏, page 146-160
2014 Carole Epp, ‘Uniting the Digital and the Real’,Studio Potter V 42 No 2, summer 2014, page 56-60
Tarun Nagesh, ‘A Curious Cast: Vipoo Srivilasa’, Ceramics Art and Perception 95, page 99-101
Brett Farmer, ‘Migratory Hybridity in the Work of Vipoo Srivilasa’, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, April 2014, page 32-37
John McPhee, ‘Vipoo Srivilasa’, Artist Profile 26, page 96-100
Caterina Leone, ‘Narrative in Blue and White’, The Journal of Australian Ceramics Vol 52 No 3, page 76-79
2013 Lucy Ferrin, The Design Files Daily, 5 July 13
ABC Radio Australia, Connect Asia, 6 March 13
SBS Radio Australia, Hua Kathi Project, March 13
Suebsang Sangwachirapiban, Home Town, Art4D, Mach/April 13
Steven Pettifor, Vipoo at The Art Center, Chulaongkorn University, Asian Art News, January/February 13
2012 Khetsirin Pholdhampalit, Cultures And Commonalities, The Nation, 16 December 12
Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, The land of Oz, Bangkok Post, 23 November 12
Piyada Parikamsil, Indigo Monster Project, Fine Art Magazine (Thailand), August 2012, page 56-59
Kerry-Anne Cousins, Cross-culture narrative, Canberra Times, 1 June 2012
Inga Walton, Vipoo Srivilasa, New Ceramics -the European Ceramic Magazine, Issue 3񳏌
Karen Weiss, Thai-Na-Town - Little Oz, On line feature, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, November 12
2011 Ploenpote Atthakor, two Worlds Come Together, Bangkok Post Newspaper, 3 June 2011
Owen Leong, Peril Interview, Peril Magazine, edition11, October 11
2010 Troy Douglas, A journey Beyond the Literal, Australian Ceramics 49Ǚ Nov 10, P 64-67, Australia
Jerico Abila, ‘Blue Kingdom’, Silkwinds, Nov/Dec 10, P12-13, Singapore
Steve Rhodes, ‘From Coral Reefs to Teapots’, Bangkok Post, Outlook, 8 July
Casaviva Magazine Thailand, In focus People, Issue 47 February
2009 Sunday Arts ABC
Kevin Murray, ‘The relational aesthetics of Vipoo Srivilasa’, Art and Australia, Vol 47 No 2
Emmanuel Cooper, ‘Contemporary Ceramics’, Thames & Hudson Ltd
Eva Tang, ‘Unique creations on display in Yingge’, Taiwan News, 11 Dec 09, page 8
2008 SBS Radio - Thai language program, 'Contemporary Thai Art', 6 Aug 08
Michael Harden, Across the Divide, 'Inside Out', Nov/Dec 08, p. 192-198
Leta Keens, Right Now Art, Belle, June/July, p. 42
Dr. Julie Jones, ‘Australian Ceramic Stories’, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, Vol. 47/No. 1, April, p.26-29
Inga Walton, ‘A Secret History of Blue & White: contemporary Australian Ceramics’ review, Ceramic Review, Vol. 47/No. 1, April, p.16-18
Inga Walton, ‘Postscript: Clay Alchemy’, art4d, Issue 153, October, 2008, p.104-107.
Inga Walton, ‘Clay Alchemy: A Cross-Cultural Vision’, Ceramics: Technical, No. 27, November 2008, p.68-73.
2007 Exhibition catalogue, City of Darebin & La Trobe University Acquisitive Art Prizec
Inga Walton, ‘Towards a Cross-Cultural Entente: The Work of Vipoo Srivilasa’, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, Vol. 46/No. 1, April, p.43-47
Unattributed, ‘Contemporary Ceramics’ (What's On), Bangkok Post, 2 February, P. R7
Unattributed, ‘A Secret History of Blue and White’, Manager Gallery Online, 24 January
Pin Anong, ‘Open Secret of Lai Krarm’, Krungthep Turakij (Thailand), 11 February, p. 10
Glenis Isral, Essential Art, John Wiley & Sons Australia Publishing, Queensland, p175-177
2006 Cassie May, ‘My Self : My Other’, Trouble, September 2006, p.58
Annemarie Kiely, ‘Generation Next’, Belle: Collector’s Edition, December/January, 2005ǜ, p.31-32
Megan Backhouse, ‘Art galleries listing’, The Age (A2), 23 September, p.20
Penny Webb, ‘Underwater inspiration’, The Age, 22 September, p.15
Dick Aitken, ‘A Serendipitous Adventure’, Ceramics: Technical, No. 22, May-October, p.100-104
Stephen Benwell, ‘Lai Krarm’, Ceramics: Art and Perception, Issue 65, Sep-Nov, p.70-71
Emily Howes, ‘Object Eye’, Object magazine, Issue 48, December 2005-March, 2006, p.13
Stephen Bowers (Ed.), A Secret History of Blue and White, exhibition catalogue, p. 23-25 & 31
Brian Mertens, Bangkok Design: Thai Ideas in Textiles and Furniture, p. 10 & p.108-111
Wendy Walker (Ed.), Bare & Beyond: Australia Contemporary at COLLECT 2006, exhibition catalogue, p.5
2005 Dona Z Meilach, Teapots: Makers & Collectors, Schiffer Publishing, Atglen, Philadelphia, p.30 & 87
Exhibition Catalogue, City of Darebin La Trobe University Acquisitive Art Prize, p.24
Dasita Amornvivat, ‘Hands of Clay’ ('Scene Stealer'), BK Magazine (Thailand), 2-15 September, p.37
Aree Chaisatien, ‘Not just about the clay’ ('Smart life'), The Nation (Thailand), 17 October, p.7
Steven Pettifor, ‘Ceramic Narratives’, World Sculpture News, Vol. 11/No. 3, summer, p.7 & 29-33
Khetsirin Pholdhampalit, ‘Pottery in motion’, The Nation (Thailand), 18 September, p.12B
Howard Richardson, ‘Metro Beat’, Sawasdee (Thailand), September, p.10
Camilla Russell, ‘Feat of clay’ ('Outlook'), Bangkok Post (Thailand), 22 September, p.8
Vicharn Sriwanaluk, ‘Blue on White’, Art4D (Thailand), No.120, October, p.54-58
Robert Bevan, ‘Design News’, Vogue Living, July/August, 2005, p.76.
2004 Barbara Campbell-Allen, ‘Beyond Earth: Exploring the Plastic Limits of Clay’, Pottery in Australia, Vol. 43/No. 3, November, p.45-52
Sharon Lee, ‘Art for AIDS fight’, Moorabbin & Glen Eira Leader, 21 September, p.1 & p. 11
James Taylor, ‘Art on the Boil’, The Advertiser (Bendigo), 23 December, p.25
Unattributed, ‘Heart Work’, Fresh, Special Edition, Vol. 2/Issue 14, July, p.20-21
Vichoke Mukdamanee (Eds) Ceramic Art Exposition of Thailand exhibition catalogue, Bangkok, p.68 & 92
2003 Paul Mathieu, Sex Pots: Eroticism in Ceramics, A&C Black Publishers, London, p.120, 124-25
Kirsten Fitzpatrick , ‘Chinese opera, the wild colonial boy, ideographs and marine life’, Object, Issue 43, April, .18-23
Christopher Sanders, ‘Vipoo Srivilasa: Action Man’, Ceramics: Art and Perception, Issue 53, p.50-53
Vipoo Srivilasa, ‘In the name of craft’, Art4D (Thailand), No. 92, April, p.40-42
Kane Young, ‘Vipoo has our monsters to a T’, The Mercury (Tasmania), 8 May, p.15
Joerg Andersch, ‘Gallery Watch’, The Saturday Mercury (Tasmania), 3 May, p.42
2002 Suzanne J. E. Tourtillott (Ed.), 500 Teapots: Contemporary Explorations of a Timeless Design, Lark Books, North Carolina, p.60 & 296
Michael Flynn, Ceramic Figures: A Directory of Artists, A&C Black Publishers, London, 2002, p.192-93
Vipoo Srivilasa, ‘Tour of Thailand: An exploration of art, craft, culture and food’, Pottery in Australia, Vol. 42/No. 3, p.77-79
Vipoo Srivilasa, ‘Web-sites and Craft Practice’, Craft Culture (online journal), June, 2003
Kirsten Fitzpatrick, ‘Less Is More/Less Is A Bore’, Craft Arts International, No. 56, p.98-103
Kevin Murray, ‘Ceramics with Attitude’, Ceramics: Art and Perception, Issue 50, December, p.69-72
Andrew Shaw, ‘Ceramic Mechanic’, MCV (Victoria & Tasmania), Issue 59, 25 January, p.9
Antonia Williams, ‘Chicago Hopes’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 12 December, p.12
Gabrielle Baxter, ‘Vipoo Srivilasa: Mermaid’s Pets and Teapots’, Australian Ceramics & Pottery, Vol. 4/No. 6, p.24-28
2000 Into vorn, ‘Ceramic Art’, Baan Lea Soun, Thailand, p. 146-148
Matthew Cecchin, ‘Action Man- A new figure series’, Object, Issue 34, April, p.64
Paul Champion ,‘Up Front: Vipoo Srivilasa’, Ceramics Monthly (USA), December, p. 20
1999 Margot Osborne (Ed.), ‘Jam Factory Biennial 1999’ exhibition catalogue, Jam Factory Craft and Design Centre
Stephen Bowers, ‘Continuing Careers’ by, Ceramics: Technical, No. 9, p. 86-87
Gail Fairlamb, ‘JamFactory Biennial 1999’, Artlink, Vol. 19/No. 3, p.85
Noris Loannou, ‘Factory has form and flair’, The Advertiser (Adelaide), 2 September, p.73
Penny Smith, ‘Figures in a Landscape’, Pottery in Australia, Vol. 38/No. 2, June, p.43-45
Vipoo Srivilasa, ‘Suvan Madcha’, Pottery In Australia, Vol. 38/No. 3, September, p.43-45
1998 Joerg Andersch, ‘Ocean Fantasies’, The Saturday Mercury (Tasmania), 20 June
John Briggs, ‘Vipoo shapes up for ceramic stardom’, The Saturday Mercury (Tasmania), 8 August
Ken Ford, ‘The Mythical Art of Vipoo Srivilasa’, Ceramics: Art and Perception, Issue 34, p.19-21
Diana Klaosen, ‘Ceramics’, Arts Watch Tasmania, August, p.33
1994 Exhibition catalogue, 4th Art Thesis, p.12


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

2015 Project leader, Beyond Limitations, a cultural exchange between Australian and South Korean artists, Project Art, Clayarch Gimhae Museum, South Korea.
NCECA Roundtable panel
Invited artist in resident, Chulalongkorn University , Bangkok
2014 Project leader, artKamp: a cultural exchange between Australian and US artists, Project Art, Massachusetts, USA
Invited artist, South East Asian Ceramic Symposium, Workhouse Art Centre, Virginia, USA
Project leader, Ferment, Long Beach Museum, Los Angeles, USA
Invited artist, Bleach Masterclass, Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria
Invited artist in resident, Northern Clay Centre, Minneapolis, USA
2013 Invited artist in resident, Medalta International Artists in Residence, Canada
Invited artist in resident, Happy Lucky Site, porcelain factory, Arita, Japan
Invited artist in resident, Cicada Press, College of Fine Art, University of New South Wale, Sydney
Invited artist, Mentoring Camp, The 7th Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale 2013, South Korea
Visiting artist, Scotch College, Victoria
2012 Invited artist in resident, Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen, China
Panel artist, Australian Ceramic Triennials, Adelaide
Visiting artist, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
Visiting artist, Rachasuda College (hearing disability college), Bangkok
Artist in resident, Sacred Heart Primary School, Melbourne
Artist in resident, St Margaret's Junior School, Melbourne
Invited artist, Little Treasure, Shapperton Art Museum, Victoria 
2011 Invited artist in resident, University of Hawaii, USA
Invited artist in resident, Medalta International Artists in Residence, Canada
Visiting artist, Emily Carr University, Canada
Visiting artist, Wesley College, Melbourne
Artist in resident, Doncaster Gardens PS, Melbourne
Artist in resident, Numurkah Primary School, Victoria
2010 Artist in resident, Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen, China
Participating artist at Sanbao International Art Festival, Sanboa Ceramic Art Institute, China
Visiting artist, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Artist in resident, Scotch College, Beaconhills College, Victoria
Artist in resident, Moree Christian School, New South Wale
2009 Artist in resident, Thai Celadon factory, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Artist in resident, Huaguang Ceramic, Zibo, China
Visiting artist, Nanjing Arts Institute, Nanking, China
Guest Demonstrator at The Ring of Fire, Ayala Museum, The Philippines
Guest Demonstrator at The Crossroad of Civilization, Yingge Ceramic Museum, Taiwan
Guest Demonstrator at Pressing Matter, Cheongiu Biennale, South Korea
Guest Demonstrator at Spring Fever Clay Festival, Queensland
Guest Demonstrator at the Australian Ceramics Triennial, Sydney
Exhibition Co-ordinate, At the Crossroad of Civilization, Yingge Ceramic Museum, Taiwan
Keynote speaker, Art Education Victoria Annual Conference, Melbourne
2007 Master artist, Clay Edge: 7th Gulgong Ceramic Festival, Gulgong, New South Wales
Visiting Artist at Beijing University of Technology, China
2006 Guest Demonstrator at VERGE:11th National Ceramics Conference, Brisbane, Queensland
Organising and managing Clay Alchemy: Culture exchange project between Thai and Australia
Exhibition panel, Craft Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria
2005 Conference presenter at Art Education Victoria annual conference, Victoria
Exhibition panel, Craft Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria
Guest lecture, Rachasuda College (hearing disability college), Bangkok
2004 Selection panel for FRESH 2004 Student Award, Craft Victoria, Victoria
Conference presenter at Art Education Victoria Annual Conference, Victoria
Teaching at Holmglen TAFE, Victoria
Project Leader, Clay Alchemy, a cultural exchange between Thai and Australian artists.
2003 Tour Leader - Thailand Pottery, Craft and Cuisine Tour
Conference presenter at Art Education Victoria Annual conference, Victoria
Visiting Artist, Mentone Girls' Secondary College, Victoria
Guest Lecture - Silapakorn University, Prasanmit University, Bangkok
2002 Visiting Artist, Washington University in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA
Guest Lecture, SOFA Chicago, ‘ATTITUDE: New Australian Ceramics’, USA
Guest Lecture "Craft as a Career" for Craft Victoria
1999 Access Tenant, Ceramic studio, Jam Factory , South Australia
1998 Artist in resident, College of Fine Art, University of New South Wales
1995 Product Development  Division Manager, Nattawit Co., LTD (ceramic export company), Bangkok
1993 Freelance fashion Accessories designer, Bangkok

Artwork 7322
Vipoo Srivilasa
Lotus

2018

bronze with patina colour and paint

25.00 x 22.00 cm (each)

Edition: a unique edition, individually coloured



Artwork 6962
Vipoo Srivilasa
The Air is Fresh

2017

porcelain, cobalt oxide, ceramic, white glaze and gold lustre

50.00 x 23.00 x 23.00 cm

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Artwork 6961
Vipoo Srivilasa
The Water is Clear

2017

porcelain, cobalt oxide, ceramic, white glaze and gold lustre

57.00 x 23.00 x 23.00 cm

$7,500.00

Artwork 6960
Vipoo Srivilasa
We Come in Peace III

2017

porcelain, cobalt oxide, gold lustre and mix media

53.00 x 26.00 x 20.00 cm

$7,500.00

Artwork 6748
Vipoo Srivilasa
Passion

2016

cobalt pigment on porcelain

38.00 x 15.00 x 15.00 cm

Artwork 6747
Vipoo Srivilasa
Bowler

2016

cobalt pigment on porcelain

$5,500.00

Artwork 6745
Vipoo Srivilasa
Inspired

2016

cobalt pigment on porcelain

38.00 x 25.00 x 10.00 cm

$5,500.00

Artwork 6565
Vipoo Srivilasa
New Settlement

2014

cobalt pigment on porcelain

42.00 x 16.00 x 16.00 cm

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Artwork 6412
Vipoo Srivilasa
Peace Offering: Deity of Confident

multi-coloured layer glaze ceramic, porcelain, cobalt pigment and gold lustre

60.00 x 23.00 x 23.00 cm

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Artwork 6411
Vipoo Srivilasa
Sharing: Deity of Prosperity

multi-coloured layer glaze ceramic and Swarovski crystal

55.00 x 28.00 x 20.00 cm

$5,000.00

Artwork 6410
Vipoo Srivilasa
Jobs and Zuckerberg: Deity of Creativity and Friendship

multi-coloured layer glaze ceramic, enamel paint

58.00 x 24.00 x 24.00 cm

Artwork 6407
Vipoo Srivilasa
Blue Blume: Deity of Inspiration

porcelain, cobalt pigment, Teak wood and gold leaf

67.00 x 38.00 x 18.00 cm

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Artwork 6404
Vipoo Srivilasa
Peace: Deity of Victory

porcelain, cobalt pigment, Teak wood and gold leaf

67.00 x 38.00 x 18.00 cm

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Artwork 6402
Vipoo Srivilasa
Hey Man, Peace: Deity of Freedom

porcelain, cobalt pigment, Teak wood and gold leaf

67.00 x 38.00 x 18.00 cm

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Artwork 6370
Vipoo Srivilasa
First Date Wait

ceramic

47.00 x 13.00 x 15.00 cm

$2,800.00

Artwork 6369
Vipoo Srivilasa
Love

ceramic

45.00 x 18.00 x 17.00 cm

$2,800.00

Artwork 5948
Vipoo Srivilasa
Yin and Yang

2015

cobalt pigment on porcelain and mixed media

32.00 x 31.00 x 2.00 cm

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Artwork 5863
Vipoo Srivilasa
Hide and Seek, II

2015

white glaze on ceramic

43.00 x 20.00 x 20.00 cm

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Artwork 5856
Vipoo Srivilasa
Liberace Rabbit

2015

cobalt pigment on porcelain with gold liquid

42.00 x 13.00 x 14.00 cm

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Artwork 5854
Vipoo Srivilasa
Gardener II

2015

cobalt pigment on porcelain with gold liquid

46.00 x 25.00 x 15.00 cm

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Artwork 5853
Vipoo Srivilasa
Welcome

2015

cobalt pigment on porcelain with gold liquid

46.00 x 14.00 x 14.00 cm

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Artwork 5860
Vipoo Srivilasa
Rabbit King

2015

white glaze on ceramic

28.00 x 21.00 x 18.00 cm

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Artwork 5852
Vipoo Srivilasa
First Fleet

2015

cobalt pigment on porcelain

41.00 x 28.00 x 15.00 cm

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Artwork 5851
Vipoo Srivilasa
Feral

2015

cobalt pigment on porcelain

31.00 x 20.00 x 18.00 cm

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Artwork 5633
Vipoo Srivilasa
Patience Flower I

2014

super-white porcelain

Artwork 5590
Vipoo Srivilasa
Trust In Human's Heart

2013

cobalt pigment on porcelain

40.00 x 20.00 x 14.00 cm

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