Tinnakorn Nukul is a Thai Photographer and Visual Artist based in Waterford, Ireland. In 2003 he has been showing his work since his first exhibition of black and white photographs that he developed himself. Since then, he has created photographs in many different forms, such as Documentary, Street Photography, Manipulated Photography, Conceptual Photography and Installation Photography. 2014 He received an award as one of the Top Ten Worldwide Photo Walk Winners 7th by Scott Kelby, USA and 2016 he received the 3rd of Thailand National Award by Sony World Photography Awards, UK.
- 2015, #memo0515 Photography Exhibition at Angkrit Gallery, Chiang Rai, Thailand
- 2011, Mythologies of the Thai Amulet, the Fine Arts Faculty Gallery, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
- 2005, Reflections Photography Exhibition, Chamchuri Art Gallery, Chulalongkorn University Bangkok, Thailand.
- 2021, Life@Sea Phayao Photography Biennale 2021-2022, ARTCADE, Phayao, Thailand , 20 November 2021 – 30 January 2022
- 2019, Journey of Us #ep2 Arts Exhibition at Wangna Arts Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
- 2019, The Banksy Project, Tramore-Ecologically Themed Art, Tramore, Ireland
- 2018, Lost , Worked as the Director of Photography, 22nd Thai Short Film & Video Festival at the Thai Film Foundation, Nakornpathom, Thailand
- 2018, Summer Exhibition, The Old Market House Arts Centre, Dungarvan, Ireland
- 2017, The print-swap launch exhibition at the print space Gallery, London, UK
- 2016, Journey of Us Arts Exhibition at Art and Culture Museum, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
- 2016, Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition 2016, Somerset House, London, UK
- 2016, #penthai project at f28 Chiang Mai Photography Month, The Old Chiang Mai, Thailand
- 2013, A Group Art Exhibition by the graduate students of Chiang Mai University, Baan Tuk Art Center, Chiang Mai Thailand
- 2013, Opening Art Bridge, Art exhibition with Chiang Rai Artists, Art Bridge Gallery, Chiang Rai, Thailand
- 2011, Made A Group Art Exhibition, Baan Tuk Art Center, Chiang Mai Thailand
– Improvisation Short Film15th Thai Short Film and Video Festival, the Auditorium, 5th Floor, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC), Bangkok, Thailand.
- 2010, Vap art exhibition with the graduate students of Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai University Art Center, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
- 2009, How to disappear completely? Photographic exhibition with 13 artists, Meaw Jai Dee Gallery, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
- 2008, Small works Arts exhibition with 60 Chiang Rai artists, 9Art Gallery, Chiang Rai, Thailand.
- 2006-2007, Chiang Rai Though Foreigners Eyes travel photographic exhibition with the residents of Chiang Rai, Chiang Saen National Museum, Rai Mae Fha Luang Foundation Chiang Rai, Thailand.
- 2006, Snappers photography exhibition with 7 photographers, 9Art Gallery, Chiang Rai Thailand.
- 2005, Chiang Rai My Town photographic exhibition with the Alliance Franco-Thai Chiang Rai, French-Upper Mekong Sub-region Academic Cooperation Centre, Mae Fha Loung University, Chiang Rai, Thailand.
- 2004, Ideas of Life photographic exhibition with Michael Bathelemy, 9Art Gallery, Chiang Rai Thailand
- 2004, Small works art exhibition with 100 Chiang Rai artists, 9Art Gallery, Chiang Rai Thailand
- 2004, Chiang Rai Artist for Art Museum art exhibition with 100 Chiang Rai Artists, the National Museum, Bangkok, Thailand
- 2003, When light touches life photographic exhibition with the Alliance Français Chiang Rai, Chiangsaen National Museum, Chiang Rai, Thailand
I love the atmosphere of the seaside. The exposure to the sound of the waves, the smell of the ocean, and just being in this blue open space makes me feel calm and relaxed. I think the majority of people feel this way. Unfortunately every year we add millions of tons of plastic waste to the marine environment. In the past few years, people around the world have felt that the climate has fluctuated. This is probably the result of global warming which we are causing and also being affected by it. I can’t imagine life by the sea in the future, what will become of it?
More info: https://www.tinnakornnukul.eu/lifesea/
Irish Windows (2012)
I have had the opportunity to live in Ireland for 7 months. I observed and was interested in their various forms of windows…from the outside looking in and from the inside looking out… reflecting the way of life, society and culture of the Irish.
More Info: https://www.tinnakornnukul.eu/irish-windows/