Art Things to do in Bangkok from November 2 to November 8
This week there are many fun activities to do on Bangkok. We promise that with our selection of art events, you will not skip anything interesting!
The Jam Factory – The Who?
Opening: November 5 at 7pm
Where: 41/1-5 The Jam Factory, Charoennakorn Rd., Klongsan, Bangkok
The Who?, The Brand for the Band is a Solo Exhibition by Jitsing Somboon.
Goja – Follow the Black Line (Last Part)
Opening: November 6 at 7pm
Where: Sukhhumvit 71, Soi 3 Pridi Banomyong 5/2, Bangkok
Watch the trailer of the previous part of this exhibition by Lust here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebz73U_EqQM
Kathmandu-Photo Silom-Gallery – Under The Bridge
Opening: November 7 at 6.30pm
Where: 87 Pan Road, Silom, Bangkok
An exhibition by Andrew McNeill, Under The Bridge brings together photographic portraits of homeless people in Cardiff.
RMA Institute – The Optimists
Opening: November 7 at 6pm
Where: 238, Sukhumvit 22, Sainamthip 2, Bangkok
THE OPTIMISTS displays Paul Ulan-Taylor’s mixed-media paintings and a photograph series and artworks by Michael Shaowanasai.
Whitespace Gallery – Bipolar
Opening: November 8 at 6 pm
Where: one Sala Daeng 1, Rama 4 Road, Bangkok
Curated by Chol Janepraphaphan and Haeun Cho, Bipolar features works by South Korean and Thai artists Bark Se Hee, Chai Siris, Jeong Ho Jeong, Jang Won Seok, Praween Piangchompu and Supansa Thongsuk.
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.”
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.
Rebel Art Space – Lin Zhi
Until November 15
Where: Sukhumvit 67, Bangkok
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 reflects on time and a state of mutation.
Thavibu Gallery – Disparity
Until November 21
Where: Bangkok 10500
The exhibition is dedicated to the Indian epic Ramayana.
BACC – Abstract: The Truth of Art
Until November 22
Where: Multi-Function Room, 1st floor
YenakArt Villa – Wensen Qi
Until November 30
Where: 69 Soi Prasat Suk, Bangkok
The French artist Wensen Qi presents works made with mixed mediums in which he mixes influences by ancient Asian tradition and 20th century art movements.
Bridge – Threshold Pt.3
Until November 30
Where: Charoen Krung, Yan Nawa, Sathorn, Bangkok
Threshold thread, part three marks the first year at Bridge Art Space.
Featuring Myrtille Tibayrenc (Toot Yung Art Space) curating Skall, and Brian Curtin (H Gallery) curating Dhanainun Dhanarachwattana, 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.
The Art Center – Dimensions Variable
Until December 4
Where: 7th Floor, Office of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University, Phyathai Rd, Pathumwan, Bangkok
Through his abstract paintings, Kade Javanalikhikara conveys his longstanding interest in the human impact on environmental issues.
Kalwit Studio & Gallery – PARP-PIM
Until December 27
Where: 119/14 Ruamrudee soi2, Wireless rd., Bangkok
H Project Space – Somboon Hormtientong – Recent Paintings
Until December 31
Where: 201 Sathorn Soi 12, Bangkok
The Thai artist Somboon Hormtientong presents a recent series of abstract paintings.
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:
Subhashok The Art Centre – Another Me
Until November 6
Where: Soi Phrom Chit ,Sukhumvit 39, Bangkok
WTF Gallery – Dreaming Out Loud
Until November 7
Where: 7 Sukhumvit soi 51, Bangkok
Alliance Française – Devata
]Until November 8
Where: 179 Thanon Witthayu, Lumpini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok
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