Art Events in Bangkok : July 4 – July 10
All the best new art events in Bangkok going on this week, only on Onarto. From July 4: Neilson Hays, I Hate Pigeons, Seven Art, Serindia gallery and more.
Art Events – July 4 – July 10
Hi Art Lovers! Scroll down and see what’s going on in the Bangkok art and culture world this week.
The Reading Room – Sleepover #3 : On Board with Teepagorn Wuttipitayamongkol
When: Starting July 3 through end of July
Where: The Reading Room, 2 Silom Soi 19
The Reading Room and Teepagorn Wuttipitayamongkol presents SLEEPOVER#3: ON BOARD! throughout the month of July. Alongside weekly events organized in collaboration with board game enthusiasts and experts, a specially curated selection of book- and film-themed board games will be available all month. Workshops conducted in Thai language. For more info on the event schedule, visit https://www.facebook.com/thereadingroombkk/?fref=ts.
The Seven Art Gallery – So Far So Good 4 Exhibition
When: Tuesday, July 5th, from 18:00 through July 30th
Where: The Seven Art Gallery, South Sathon Rd., Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok, 10120
Third year sculpture students at Silpakorn University’s Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts exhibit at Sathorn’s Seven Art Gallery this Tuesday, July 4th.
Jam Cine Club – 24 Hour Party People Screening
When: Wednesday, July 6th from 20:00
Where: Jam, 41 Soi Rong Nam Kang (Charoen Rat Soi 1), Sathorn – Surasak BTS
Jam Cine screens “24 Hour Party People” (Michael Winterbottom, 2002) this Wednesday as part of its cinema club. This month’s theme is ‘Music Scenes’.
Serindia Gallery – Mahaveer Swami : A Painter from Bikaner
When: Thursday, July 7th from 18:00
Where: Serindia Gallery, O.P. Garden Soi Charoenkrung 36
Serindia Gallery presents an exhibition by the traditional Indian artist, Mahaveer Swami, opening this Thursday through August 7th. Descended from a family of traditional Bikaner painters, the exhibit will showcase the revered artists’ works on Chinese landscapes as well as traditional Indian miniaturist subjects. Opening night kicks off at 18:00.
I Hate Pigeons – Documentary Club : “Gayby Baby”
When: Thursday, July 7th from 21:00
Where: I Hate Pigeons, 34/2 Soi Sribumphen, Rama IV
The Sathorn Soi 1 bar/cafe, I Hate Pigeons, screens the Australian documentary film, Gayby Baby (2016) by director Maya Newell, this Thursday as part of its documentary club. Tickets cost 120 THB. Early birds get one free bottle of beer.
The Art Center Chula – Capturing the Intangible
When: Thursday, July 7 from 17:00
Where: The Art Center Chula, 7 Fl, Office of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University
The art center presents the exhibition “Capturing the Intangible” this Thursday, July 7th. The collection comprises ten sculptures and installations while the artist, Sanitas Pradittasnee, has also constructed a space that explores life’s meaning and offers a journey from an outer layer to a core.
WTF Bar & Gallery – Photography Installation by Christopher Wise
When: Saturday, July 9 through August, 14th
Where: WTF Gallery, 7 Sukhumvit soi 51, Bangkok, Thailand 10110
WTF Gallery presents photography installation ‘The Way of Quality Living’ by Christopher Wise from 9 July – 14 August 2016. The exhibition is Christopher’s reflection on his years of living in Bangkok – observing the city’s architectural fabric fast-forwarding and overlooked, decaying architecture from the 70s.
Bridge Art Space – Kind of Blue
When: Saturday, July 9 through July 25th.
Where: Bridge Art Space, Charoen Krung, Yan Nawa, Sathorn, Bangkok, Thailand 10120
Bridge Art Space presents solo exhibition, “Kind of Blue” by Torwong Wutthiwong this Saturday July 9th.
Pullman Bangkok Hotel G – Kid Within by Sunday Kids
When: Saturday, July 9th
Where: Pullman Bangkok Hotel G, 188 Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok, Thailand 10500
Pullman Bangkok Hotel G presents the first solo exhibition by Sundae Kids this Saturday, July 9th.
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