Chanon Praepipatmongkol is a PhD candidate in History of Art at the University of Michigan, specialising in modern and contemporary art. He is currently based in Bangkok, but travels often for his research, which advances a comparative history of post-war abstract painting across Sino-Thai and Hispano-Filipino diasporic corridors. He has given lectures and papers internationally, including at the Art Institute of Chicago, the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, the University of Barcelona, and the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo. He has worked on various curatorial and educational projects at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the Hood Museum of Art in New Hampshire, the University of Michigan Museum of Art, the Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre, and the Jim Thompson Art Center in Bangkok. His art criticism has been published in Artforum, and he was shortlisted for the 2017 Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Prizes in Art Criticism awarded by the Ateneo Art Gallery in Manila.

目前在密歇根大学艺术史专业攻读博士学位,研究方向为现当代艺术。定居曼谷,经常到各地调查,以进行针对泰国, 菲律宾与中国等地战后抽象画创作发展史的比较研究。他巡游各地进行讲学并发表论文,包括芝加哥艺术学院, 巴黎高等师范学校, 巴塞隆纳大学及东京森美术馆等。曾在休斯顿艺术博物馆, 汉诺威胡德艺术博物馆, 密歇根大学美术馆, 曼谷艺术文化中心及曼谷吉姆· 汤普森艺术中心等机构开展策展及公共教育项目。他在《艺术论坛》 ( Art Forum ) 刊登多篇艺术评论文章,并获得马尼拉Ateneo 当代艺术馆所设立的。