Art Events in Thailand – July 27: BACC, Cho Why and Others

Hi Art lovers, don't miss these amazing art events ongoing in Bangkok this week! You definitely will be interested. Stay creative!

Last modification : September 28, 2017
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Art Events to Attend in Bangkok from July 27 to August 02

This time we prepared something special for you! Do not miss exhibitions at BACC, Cho Why, Koi Art and other Galleries and Art Spaces of Bangkok.

What’s New?

Pause – BACC

Exhibition from Thursday, July 30

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

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)

Equable – Kalwit Studio & Gallery

Opening: Saturday, August 1 at 6pm

Where: Kalwit studio & gallery

Equable – Kalwit Studio & Gallery

This exhibition displays works by Soichiro Shimizu, Natanel Gluska, Wal Chirachaisakul, Mongkontuch Sittatanakorn, Manee Meejai, Lili Taechamongkalapiwat, Navin Tantanadaacha and Aphipol Techamangkhalanon.

Pananampalataya – Cho Why

Pananampalataya – Cho Why

Opening: Saturday, August 1 at 8pm

Where: Cho Why


Chatchai Puipia: Sites of Solitude – 101 Tonson Gallery

Exhibition until April 3 2016

Where: 101 Tonson Gallery

On Friday, July 31, from 3pm to 4pm, Gregory Galligan, the guest curator of ‘Chatchai Puipia: Sites of Solitude/Still-Life, Self-Portraiture and the Living Archive, Part 1’ will be giving a tour of the exhibition, explaining, in English and Thai, the reasons of the work selection and the importance of the exhibited artist in Thai contemporary art.

Last chance to see

Sense of Surroundings – Koi Art

Exhibition until Friday, July 31

Where: Koi Art Gallery Bangkok

Sense of Surroundings’ presents colored and dynamic works that explore the subconscious dreams and fantasies of the Thai artists Rath Panitcharoenphol and Winyagorn Junthasiri. These propositions need to be deciphered by the viewers.

Image of the future – Art Centre, Silpakorn University

Exhibition until Saturday, August 1

Award-winning presentation: Saturday, August 1

Where: Art Centre, Silpakorn University (Wangthapra)

The exhibition “Image of the Future” follows on from the PTT Art Awards 2015.

A Painter – 56th Studio Private Gallery

A Painter – 56th Studio Private Gallery

Exhibition until Sunday, August 2

Where: 56th Studio Private Gallery

WOMB: The Art of Fabrics – Serindia Gallery

Exhibition until Friday, July 31

Where: Serindia Gallery For her first solo show, Ploenchan Vinyaratn, graduate in Woven Textiles from London’s Central St. Martins, wove and embroidered images and other mixed media materials she had collected during the uncertainty time of her pregnancy. Also known as MOOK, she presents large-scale works.

Still Motion, Other Voices – Goja

Exhibition until Sunday, August 2

Where: Goja “Still Motion, Other Voices” is the solo exhibition by the Japanese artist Megumi Ukisu, displaying pastel and lithograph works about recollection.

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