Prompted by his interest in the Swiss psychoanalyst – Carl Jung’s framework of Anima and Animus, The Brooklyn-born artist Douglas Diaz investigated questions of belonging and the role that feminine and masculine energies play in the construction of his own identity.

Diaz explained “I explored pairing different qualities to examine and gather a deeper understanding of who I am and how I am effected by the Anima / Animus relationship. For example, pairing feminine qualities like intuition, creativity, or spirituality with masculine qualities, like action, oration, or physical strength — and observing how these dualities shape my art and my persona from within.”

Douglas Diaz (b. 1972) is a Brooklyn, New York, born artist. Currently living and working in Bangkok, Thailand. His work is collected in 17 different countries, his work has been exhibited in Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, and the United States.

The works will be shown during the month of May with an opening reception on April 25, 2019 at “ATT19″ 19 Charoen Krung Soi 30, Bangkok.


ATT 19 is multidisciplinary retail, art, event and exhibition space
situated in Chareon Krung, the Historic Design District of Bangkok.  Resurrected from an old Chinese school, ATT 19 honors old structures and only sourced reclaimed wood and materials inits restoration of the space.
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