The Nation, Chiang Mai’s contemporary art museum tells its tale, The Nation, 1 April 2019 [download PDF file]
สาลิสา มหันต์เชิดชูวงศ์, In conversation with: Chiang Mai Art Conversation, Nana Nippon, Vol. 98, Oct-Dec 2018 [download PDF file]
Twelfth Gwangju Biennale Releases List of Participating Artists, Art Forum, 2 April 2018 [download PDF file]
Phatarawadee Phataranawik, Thai contemporary art prospers among Asia’s best in Hong Kong, The Nation, 1 April 2018
[download PDF file]
Scott Henderson, Apichatpong Weerasethakul at GSFF: ‘I encourage the organiser to bring some beds, and the audiences to bring pillows and sheets’, The List, 30 January 2018 [download PDF file]
Simon OstheimerChiang Mai’s Creative Edge, DestinAsian, 1 December 2017 [download PDF file]
Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Taking the long view, Bangkok Post/ lifestyle, 9 August 2017, [download PDF file]
ภานุ บุญพิพัฒนาพงศ์, Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs รวมมิตรศิลปะชามโต ของศิลปินหลากหลายชาติพันธุ์ (จบ), Matichon Weekend มติชน สุดสัปดาห์ คอลัมน์ อะไร(แม่ง)ก็เป็นศิลปะ, 4-10 August 2017, Bangkok, Thailand [download PDF file]
ภานุ บุญพิพัฒนาพงศ์, Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs รวมมิตรศิลปะชามโต ของศิลปินหลากหลายชาติพันธุ์ (1), Matichon Weekend มติชน สุดสัปดาห์ คอลัมน์ อะไร(แม่ง)ก็เป็นศิลปะ, 28 July-3 August 2017, Bangkok,Thailand [download PDF file]
Phatarawadee Phataranawik, The Thai art scene’s Renaissance moment, The Nation, 8 June 2017, download web version PDF, version 2, version 3
Nirmala Devi, Previewed, Art Review Asia, Summer 2017 issue vol 5 no 2, Hong Kong, p 19,26 [download PDF file]
Paul Millar, Should private collectors be allowed to dominate Southeast Asia’s art scene?, Southeast Asia Global (Magazine and website), Thursday April 20, 2017, Phnom Penh [download PDF file]
Adeline Chia, Chiang Mai, Art Review Asia, Winter 2016, Magazine (p.72-77) and website [download PDF file]
เปิดแนวคิด ‘สุทธิรัตน์ ศุภปริญญา’ ผ่านนิทรรศการศิลปะ ‘หนังสือต้องห้าม’,สมาคมผู้จัดพิมพ์และผู้จำหน่ายหนังสือแห่งประเทศไทย THE PUBLISHERS AND BOOKSELLERS ASSOCIATION OF THAILAND, 8 July กรกฏาคม 2016, download PDF file
Mintra Ruengsakvichit, -012: SLEEP OVER Project by The Reading Room, The Jam Factory, June-July, 2016, Bangkok [download PDF file]
Kaona Pongpipat, Remaking the Scene, Bangkok Post (Lifestyle), Wednesday December 21, 2016, Bangkok [download PDF file]
Bonnie Sananvatananont and Monruedee Jansuttipan, 12 Emerging Thai Artists You Should Know (Cover Story), BK Magazine, No. 658 Friday, September 23, 2016, Bangkok, p. 3,6, 8, 10 [download PDF file]
Kaona Pongpipat, It’s a whitewash!,  Bangkok Post (Life-Feature, Art Matters), Wednesday August 31, 2016, Bangkok, p.8 [download PDF 1 or PDF 2]
ภานุ บุญพิพัฒนาพงศ์, 10 Places in Tokyo ความมืดอันเจิดจ้าแห่งการทำลายล้างเหรียญสองด้านของพลังงานปรมาณู, Matichon Weekend มติชน สุดสัปดาห์ คอลัมน์ อะไร(แม่ง)ก็เป็นศิลปะ, No. 1883, 16-22 September 2016, Bangkok, p 80-81 [download PDF file]
Napat Charitbutra, Sleepover#1 Paradise of the Blind The reading Room X Sutthirat Supaparinya, Art4d (Update), No.237, p.28, download PDF file
Monruedee Jansuttipan, Burn the Books, BK Magazine (Upfront), No.641 Friday, May 27, 2016, p.4 (Interview) and p. 25 (Art Highlight), download PDF file
Phatarawadee Phataranawik, Where books meet bullets, The Nation, 12 May 2016, p.12B, download web version PDF
Apipar Norapoompipat, Defying authority with creativity, Bangkok Post, 11 May 2016, Life section p.10, download PDF file
ดอกฝน, รวมหนังสือห้ามอ่านในนิทรรศการ ‘Paradise of the Blind’ ความต้องห้ามที่เย้ายวน, Matichon, 8 May 2016, download PDF file
Lin Qi, Awards celebrate emerging Asian artists’ take on issues, China Daily USA, Feb 2, 2016, download PDF file
Kaona Pongpipat, Thais take the Lion City, Bangkok Post (Life), 3 February 2016
Nur Asyiqin Mohamad Salleh, Hour At The Museum: Prudential Eye Awards at the ArtScience Museum, The Straits Times, 29 January 2016 [download PDF file]
Sylvia Tsai, Unseen Existence: Dialogues With The Environment in Contemporary Art, Art Asia Pacific, Issue 92 Mar/April 2015, Hong Kong, p 144
Michael Famighetti, 
How Physical – Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, FRIEZE magazine 
Issue 147 May, 2012.


Visualising the Unconscious, Hiroko Tasaka, curator at Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, August 10, 2016 [download PDF file]
Spirit of Place, 2016, Jendela, Esplanade, Singapore, down-lode PDF file
4th Annual Collectors’ Contemporary Collaboration: Intimate Curiosity-Invitation to Japanese Collectors of Contemporary Art, 2016, Hong Kong Art Center, Hong Kong
where Thailand Guestbook edition, 2016, Asia City Publishing (Thailand) Ltd, Thailand
Catalyst; A Publication by Art Stage, 2016, Art Stage Singapore, Singapore
South East Asia Forum, 2016, Art Stage Singapore, Singapore
Prudential Eye Awards; Contemporary Asian Art, 2016, Skira, Italy
Unseen Existence: dialogues with Environment at the Contemporary Art, 2014, Hong Kong Art Center, Hong Kong
Anarchy Artist Alliance (AAA), 2014, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan
The EOS Art Projects 2010-2013, The Earth Observatory of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, 2014, Singapore
UNEARTHED, 2014, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
XU Jianyu(徐建宇), Pornpilai MEEMALAI(พรพิไล มีมาลัย), CHEN Szuhan(陳思含), 2012, Thai-Tai: A Measure of Understanding, Bangkok, Thailand
River Scapes in Flux, 2012, Goethe Institute Bangkok, Thailand [PDF file in Thai and English languages]
River Scapes in Flux, 2012, Goethe Institute Hanoi, Vietnam [PDF file in German and English languages]
Hiroko tasaka, Keiko Okamura, 2012, How Physical; Yebisu International Festival Art& Alternative Visions, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan
Tran Luong, Apisak Sonjod, Iola Lenzi, 2012, Riverscapes In Flux, Geothe Institute Hanoi, Bangkok, Manila
Kathryn Weir and Mark Nash, 2009, The View From Else Where, Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, NSW, Australia [download PDF file]
Gridthiya GAWEEWONG, Sachiko NAMBA, 2005,  Interweaving Cultures: International Contemporary Art Project, Bangkok, Thailand
JUN Seungbo(전승보), 2004 Asia Art Now: Episode, 2004, Cheong-ju Art Gallery, South Korea
Apinan POSHYANANDA(อภินันท์ โปษยานนท์), 2010, Imagine Peace: Contemporary Art in Thailand in the Age of Turbulence, Ministry of Culture, Bangkok, Thailand
I’m Not There: A Sourcebook for the 8th Gwangju Biennale, 2010, Gwangju Biennale Foundation (Gwangju – South Korea)
Joint Venture, 2000, Hochschule fuer Grafik und Buchkunst (Leipzig – Germany)

Online publication:

David Willis, “Dispatch From Thailand: Temporal Topographies at the MAIIAM, Chiang Mai“, Degree Critical, 22 November 2019 [pdf: 1]

จิรัฏฐ์​ ประเสริฐทรัพย์, ‘แดนชั่วขณะ’ นิทรรศการที่สะท้อนทศวรรษประหนึ่งชั่วกาลนานของประเทศ, The Momentum, 29 May 2019 [pdf: 1]

Asako Fujioka, SUTTHIRAT SUPAPARINYA——Knocking on Doors, ASIA HUNDREDS, the Japan Foundation Asia Center, 7 March 2018 [pdf: 1 , 2 , 3]
Dave Willis,On Attachments and Unknowns: A Group Exhibition in Cambodia Probes Social Issues Across South East Asia, Medium, 30 June 2017 [download Jpeg file]
Stephen Sarrazin, Expositions – Chim Pom / Sunshower : Pom Shower, EastAsia.FR, 9 September 2017 [download Jpeg file]
Jong PairezContaminated Diversity,, Tokyo, 8 September 2017 [download PDF file]
CoBo Editorial, Sutthirat Supaparinya: As the River Flows, CoBo Social, 24 August 2017 [download PDF file]
Under the Influence | Activate/Agitate, Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong, March 2016
Mami Kataoka, Research: Thailand 01 [Bangkok, Chiang Mai 2016.05.06 – 05.13], SEA Project, May 5, 2016
น้ำอ้อย อ่าวสินธุ์ศิริ, สุทธิรัตน์ ศุภปริญญา ‘Ten Places in Tokyo’ คุณภาพของศิลปินรุ่นใหม่- พลังงาน การผลิต และการบริโภค, personal Facebook status, September 5, 2016
Pawornpon Rungrodchana ปวรพล รุ่งรจนา, กรุณาอย่าอ่านหนังสือเล่มนั้น! ประเด็นอำนาจบงการสื่อในนิทรรศการ Paradise of the Blind, Fine Arts Magazine, 1 June 2016, download PDF file 1
Monruedee Jansuttipan, Exhibition of banned books shines spotlight on censorship, BK Magazine, 23 May 2016
Chayanit Itthipongmaetee, Paradise of the Blind: Prohibited Prints Under Assault at ‘Reading Room’, Khaosod English, 11 May 2016, download PDF file 1 or PDF file 2 (digital news)
CIRCUIT CAST Episode 36: Sutthirat Supaparinya, Circuit, 2015 (Audio)
Wellington’s wind electric to Thai artist, Asia- New Zealand Foundation, 2015
Mark Amery, Everything is not alright”, The Big Idea (digital news), 27 November 2015 (download PDF)
Osha Talks, 30 Upstairs, Wellington, New Zealand. The event was organized by elbow room gallery, 2015 (Audio)
Julie Chun Translated by: 陈煜峰, Making Visible What is Unseen, Randian, 29 December 2014
Khin Su Wai, Transformed riverscapes inspire SE Asian artists, SEAPA – Southeast Asian Press Alliance, Manila, the Philippines, 2012
Karen Demavivas, NYFA Featured Artist, 2011, New York Foundation for the Arts. (digital news)


Sutthirat Supaparinya, 2001, Sutthirat Supaparinya: Moving Form from 1995-2001, Hochschule fuer Grafik und Buchkunst (Leipzig – Germany)