Established in 1999 by American-born Ernest H. Lee, the two-storey gallery specialises in contemporary art with a mostly Asian focus.
H Gallery began working with the Irish-born art critic and curator Brian Curtin in 2011. Curtin inaugurated H Project Space, on the second floor, as a venue for experimental projects including performance, and he continues to also curate much of the main program. 2012 saw the opening of H Gallery Chiang Mai, in Northern Thailand, with an installation of paintings by the Thai artist Mit Jai-Inn.
The gallery has worked with a variety of local and foreign artists, including Tada Hengsapkul, Michael Lee, Sopheap Pich, Olivier Pin-Fat and Pinaree Sanpitak.
- H Gallery official website
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