Suppawan Nongnut

泰國曼谷國家博物館策展人

Curator, National Museum Bangkok, Thailand

 

Suppawan Nongnut女士自2007年起擔任泰國曼谷國家博物館策展人迄今。她畢業於泰國曼谷的藝術大學(Silpakorn University)與英國倫敦大學亞非學院(SOAS, University of London),曾於20052006年間擔任烏隆他尼府班清國家博物館(Ban Chiang National Museum)的助理策展人。她的研究興趣為宗教藝術,特別是印度教與佛教藝術。她的近期著作包括:Keng Nukit Ratcha Borihan: A Hidden Chinese Shrine of the Front Palace (暫譯〈Keng Nukit Ratcha Borihan:隱藏在前宮中的中國寺廟〉,2019)、Water of Allegiance(暫譯〈忠誠之水〉,2018)、Mystery and Facts of the Drums of Bangkok City(暫譯〈曼谷市之鼓的秘密與真相〉,2018)、The Ancient Weaponry and Warfare in the National Museum Bangkok' s Collection(暫譯〈曼谷國家博物館典藏的古代武器與戰爭文物〉,2018)、Anti-Antiquities Trafficking: Work and Learn at the Antiquities Control Division(暫譯〈防制古物走私:古物管制部門的工作與學習〉,2018)、The Maiden Tree in the Context of the Ancient Silk Route(暫譯〈古絲路脈絡中的少女樹〉,2016)、The Symbolism of the Royal Funeral Chariots: A Study on the Great Victory Chariot(暫譯〈皇家葬禮靈車的象徵意義:勝利靈車研究〉,2015)、Borobudur as a Mandala: A Study on Iconography and Historical Context(暫譯〈婆羅浮屠作為曼陀羅:圖像學與歷史脈絡之研究〉,2014)。

 

Ms Suppawan Nongnut has worked as Curator at the National Museum Bangkok since 2007. She graduated from the Silpakorn University in Bangkok and SOAS, University of London. She was Assistant Curator at the Ban Chiang National Museum in Udon Thani Province between 2005 and 2006. She is particularly interested in religious art, especially Hindu and Buddhist art. Her recent works include Keng Nukit Ratcha Borihan: A Hidden Chinese Shrine of the Front Palace, 2019; Water of Allegiance, 2018; Mystery and Facts of the Drums of Bangkok City, 2018; The Ancient Weaponry and Warfare in the National Museum Bangkok' s Collection, 2018; Anti-Antiquities Trafficking: Working and Learning at the Antiquities Control Division, 2018; The Maiden Tree in the Context of the Ancient Silk Route, 2016; The Symbolism of the Royal Funeral Chariots: A Study on the Great Victory Chariot, 2015; Borobudur as a Mandala: A Study on Iconography and Historical Context, 2014.