Artists in Southeast Asia: Zoncy, Anon Pairot and more share what inspires their recent artworks [SEA]

“The references that artists use to inform their work are widely varied: these can be a song, a film, a novel, a fashion image, a building in their neighbourhood, a childhood memory and sometimes a combination of two or more of them. The possibilities and permutations are endless.

Five Southeast Asian artists, Robert Zhao Renhui (b. 1983, Singapore), Eiffel Chong (b. 1977, Malaysia), Alwin Reamillo (b. 1964, Philippines), Zoncy (b. 1987, Myanmar) and Anon Pairot (b. 1979, Thailand) share with Art Republik the sources of inspiration for their work lately. …”


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