Art Venues to See in Thailand – October 12

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Things to Do in Bangkok This Week V2 Onarto

Art Things to do in Bangkok from October 12 to October 18

Here is a new list of upcoming events in Bangkok. Only the most exciting and breathtaking activities are awaiting for you in this post.

Things to Do in Bangkok This Week V2 Onarto

What’s new?

Tadu Contemporary Art – Virtualscape

Opening: October 14 at 6.30pm

Where: 2nd flr., Thaiyarnyon Building,Soi Sukhumvit 87, Bangkok

Check the teaser of this Interactive/VR Art Exhibition by Bit Studio here:

Alliance Française – Devata

Opening: October 15 at 7pm

Where: 179 Thanon Witthayu, Lumpini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok

‘Devata’ (meaning deity in Hindu and angel in Khmer languages) features the last sculpture series by Sothea Thang, untitled ‘Manu’, the Khmer term for humanity.

Rebel Art Space – Lin Zhi

Opening: October 15 at 7pm

Where: Sukhumvit 67, Bangkok;

Lin Zhi, Contemporary Chinese Artist exhibitions.

Ubaan Art Station – Ruskig: The idea of Love

Opening: October 16 at 7pm

Where: 204 soi chinda tawin,si phraya road (Samyan MRT), Bangkok

A Swedish graffiti pioneer, Pärra Andreasson aka Ruskig has developed a social practice, painting portraits and job hunter’s resumes in public places.

Bridge – Threshold Pt.3

Opening: October 17 at 7pm

Where: Charoen Krung, Yan Nawa, Sathorn, Bangkok

Threshold thread, part three marks the first year at Bridge Art Space. Somehow inexperienced curators, digital artists and photographers have been invited  to investigate about concepts such as liminality or transition.

Liew Niyomkarn will give a sound art performance during the opening party.


Sathorn 11 Art Space – Blood Sweat Rust

Until October 20

Where: Sathorn Soi 11, South Sathorn Rd., Bangkok

For his first Solo Exhibition, Sarawut Thaichuai portrays the Thai working class.

Silpakorn Art Centre – Silpa: Transform

Until October 22

Where: 31 Silpakorn University, Na Pra Larn Road, Bangkok

This exhibition at the Silpakorn University Art Centre celebrates the 123 years of Silpa Bhirasri.

Jam – Memento Mori

Until October 23

Where: 41 Soi Rong Nam Kang (Charoen Rat Soi 1), Sathorn, Bangkok

An exhibition by DHANAINUN DHANARACHWATTANA: “Momento Mori? suggests simple lines of arguments: that it matters only when framed in a context permitting human values, and that without it, all that remains are but questions without question mark.”


Until October 25

Where: Main Gallery, 7th floor

This collaboration between the BACC and inSPIRACJE International Visual Art Festival ’13 muz’ creates a dialogue between Thai and Polish artists’ contemporary works. Previously presented in Poland, these works deal with country specificities as much as proximity and universality.

Heritage Bistro – MOTHER LAND

Until October 30

Where: Soi convent, Silom (Saladaeng BTS)

Hosted by Farmani Gallery, this group exhibition features works by Thaiwijit, Kitikong, Sutee, Udom and Thanoncahi.

BACC – Lost in Mind Forest

Until October 31

Where: People’s Gallery

Kannika Jansuwan exhibits a series of oil painting executed with her left hand.

G1 Contemporary – Nelum

Until October 31

Where: Gaysorn Shopping Center, 999 Ploenchit Rd, Bangkok

Nelum features 12 recent acrylic and mixed media abstract paintings by the Thai artist Somneuk Huangtanapan.

BACC – Honey Earth – Mather Earth’s Milk 2 (Fracking)

Until October 31

Where: People’s Gallery P1-P2, 2nd floor

Surapol Phanyawachira’s exhibition reflects on the notion of development.

Serindia Gallery – By The Glass

Until October 31

Where: O.P. Garden Soi Charoenkrung 36, Bangkok

The British artist Louise Truslow explores the artistic possibilities offered by glass.

Jim Thompson Art Center – Missing Links (Part Two)

Until October 31

Where: 6 Soi Kasemsan 2, Rama 1 Rd., Bangkok

“Diaspora and Identity” is the second part of the exhibition dealing with the issues of Southeast Asian urbanization and migration and displays time-based artworks.

Kathmandu Photo Gallery – Game: Part I

Until October 31

Where: 87 Thanon Pan, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok

The Canadian artist Liam Morgan exhibits photographs of buffaloes taken during a rural trip around Thailand.

Numthong Gallery – Postcard of Love

Until October 31

Where: 72/3 Aree5 ( North ) Phahonyothin 7, Phahonyothin road, Bangkok

‘Post card of Love’ features about 50 recent printings and water-colored paintings by Kraisak Chirachaisakul.

Ink & Lion Café – ‘Tsu-na-ga-ri’ – ‘link/bond/connection’

Until November 1

Where: Ekamai 2, Bangkok

The artists Rika Sakai & Intani Thanapisitikul are two friends coming from different countries and offering their distinctive visions on the notion of link.

Goja – Hoa!

Until November 1st

Where: Sukhhumvit 71, Soi 3 Pridi Banomyong 5/2 Bangkok

Hoa! is a group exhibition by 4 Chiangmai artists: Orange, Sanchai, Kanaet & Mauv.


Until November 1

Where: Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Main Gallery, 9th floor

The Guest Curator Ark Fongsmut selected photographs by contemporary Southeast Asian artists to explore how the need and/or the benefits of taking a pause in our always-expanding world can be expressed.

Presented artists: Kim Hak (Cambodia); Sophal Neak (Cambodia); Angki Purbandono (Indonesia); Mes 56 (Indonesia); Souliya Phoumivong (Laos); Minstrel Kuik Ching Chieh (Malaysia); Nazaruddin Abdul Hamed (Malaysia); May Co Naing (Myanmar); Jed Escueta (Philippines); Yason Banal (Philippines); Ang Song Nian (Singapore); Robert Zhao Renhui (Singapore); Naruebes Vadvaree (Thailand); Prateep Suthathongthai (Thailand); Bui huu Phuoc  (Vietnam); Phan Quang (Vietnam)

Chomp – Mega Dot

Until November 2nd

Where: 63-65 Samsen road, Phra nakon, Bangkok

‘Mega Dot’ is the first show by Cartoon Siwan Sandlakorn and deals with one’s specificities expression.

Subhashok The Art Centre – Another Me

Until November 6

Where: Soi Phrom Chit ,Sukhumvit 39, Bangkok

This exhibition by Watchara Boonpokkrong and Nuttapol Kanjanamai is a call to focus on understanding individual’s complexity rather than on fast and reducing judgment.

ATTA Gallery – Damage Control

Until November 14

Where: 4,6 Chaorenkrung Soi 36, Charoenrkung Rd., Bangrak, Bangkok

The French/German artist Monika Brugger is a contemporary jewelry teacher.

“One of the themes in Monika Brugger’s work is an oscillation between the potential for damage and the care needed to prevent it. It speaks of the everyday dance of survival that we are all involved in; how we try to protect and preserve ourselves, our possessions, our memories from life’s small dangers and how time works against that effort,” – Caroline Broadhead.

Soy Sauce Factory – Spirit of Sanamluang

Until November 15

Where: Soi 24 Charoenkrung road, Bangkok

‘Spirit of Sanamluang’ is the solo exhibition by the Thai photographer Cherdwood Sakolaya.

Schemata Gallery – Present Tense

Until November 20

Where: Fl.1 Liberty Plaza, Thonglor, Sukhumvit 55, Bangkok

This solo exhibition by the Chiangrai-based artist Angkrit Ajchariyasophon deals with time and a state of mutation.

BACC – Abstract: The Truth of Art

Until November 22

Where: Multi-Function Room, 1st floor

100 pieces have been selected amongst Ithipol Thangchalok’s 50 years of creation. The Thai contemporary artist brings shapes of seeds, trees, walls, and human figures towards a geometric abstraction meant to lead to the truth of art.

YenakArt Villa – Wensen Qi

Until November 30

Where: 69 Soi Prasat Suk, Bangkok

The French artist Wensen Qi presents lacquer, silk and paper works in which he mixes influences by ancient Asian tradition and 20th century art movements.

100 Tonson Gallery – Chatchai Puipia: Sites of Solitude

Until April 3, 2016

Where: 100 Soi Tonson, Ploenchit Rd., Bangkok

Lowly or never previously presented self-portrait paintings, sculptures, drawings and guest-documentary materials are brought together in ‘Chatchai Puipia: Sites of Solitude/Still-Life, Self-Portraiture and the Living Archive, Part 1’. Puipia holds a significant role in the Thai contemporary art scene with works reflecting as much on the self as on the country social context.

Last Chance to See:

The Jam Factory – Hope

Until October 17

Where: 41/1-5 The Jam Factory, Charoennakorn Rd., Bangkok

Hope features pictures by the photographer Patrick Brown.

Adler Subhashok Gallery – Wu Jin

Adler Gallery – Wu Jin

Until October 18

Where: 160/3 Soi Sukhumvit 33, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok

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