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Teo + Namfah Gallery

Opened in December, 2006, Teo + Namfah Gallery exhibits contemporary art of artists from Mongolia, Thailand and the United States, among other countries. The gallery is named after the two children of the founders - translated into English from Thai - it means "to Travel" plus "Watersky".

Phnom Penh

Cambodia
Address:
Moving to Phnom Penh in 2009. We maintain a presence at #331 Silom Galleria, Silom Road, Bangkok, T
Phone: 855 708 295
Website: www.teonamfahgallery.com


Gallery/Dealer Photos (1)

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Artists Represented

Monkhor Erdenebayar, Anupong Chantorn, Weerasak Sadsadee and Preyawit ("Palm") Nilachulaka


Sample Art Work (5)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

Travels of Red Horses by Monkhor Erdenebayar at Chinese House, Phnom Penh, Cambodia - www.teonamfahgallery.com
January 14th-24th, 2009


Previous Exhibitions

X-Factor, 3 Emerging Thai Female Artists
Sideline, Preyawit Nilachulaka ("Palm")
Red Horses of Mongolia by Monkhor Erdenebayar


Art Fairs

ArtSingapore, Art Santa Fe


Location And Getting There

We have a space with Gossip Gallery at:

The Silom Galleria, 3rd Floor, #331
919/1 (near Silom Soi 19)
Silom Road
Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500
T/F 66 2 237 5568
www.teonamfahgallery.com

In 2009, we expect to move our main operations to Phnom Penh, Cambodia


Contact-Directors/Staff

Rattana/Brad Gordon
rattana@teonamfahgallery.com
info@teonamfahgallery.com