Narong Tintamusik is an artist based in Dallas, TX. Through the lens of being a sexual abuse survivor, he explores themes of trauma, sexuality, memory, and innocence. His works are often drawn from ideologies of Buddhism and his experiences with the natural world. He lived in Bangkok, Thailand for 10 years and obtained his Biology undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Dallas with a minor in visual arts. He has exhibited in group shows locally in Dallas, TX and beyond including New York, Canada, and Germany. He is currently a part of Artist Co-op 500X Gallery and had his first solo there in early 2020. He has been the recipient the DeGoyler Memorial Fund from the Dallas Museum of Art in 2015.

In addition to being an artist, Tintamusik is an art collector and curator where his focus often lies on the ideas of identity, sexuality, Asian diaspora, figuration, fashion, love, and nature. He is an advocate for emerging artists in terms of collecting their works early in their careers. His first curatorial exhibit, Queer Me Now: The Queer Body and Gaze, showcased five young LGBTQIA artists based in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area that explored the act of viewing one’s body and other’s through queer lens. The exhibit was shown at 500X Gallery and The MAC in Dallas, TX. He also started Musik, a virtual curatorial platform that offer solo exhibitions to artists without gallery representation through invitational and open calls. 

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