What to Look at in Bangkok – September 14

Hey Art Lovers! Do you want to fill your life with art and creativity? Then take a look at this summary of ongoing art events in Bangkok.

Last modification : September 28, 2017
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Art Things to do in Bangkok from September 14 to September 20

These art ehibitions are waiting for you. Do not miss the round up of the best art activities in Bangkok from 14 of September to 20 of September.

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Number 1 Gallery – Truth

Number 1 Gallery - Truth

Opening: Thursday September 17 at 6pm

Where: 919/1 The Silom Galleraia Bld., 4 Fl., 401-402, Silom Rd., Soi 19, Bangrak, Bangkok

For his solo exhibition, the emerging artist Kittisak Thapkoa presents a series of graphic drawings on canvas around the subject of sin and populated with evils.

Bridge – Cartoons #1

Bridge Bangkok - Cartoons 1

Opening: Thursday September 17 at 8pm

Where: Charoen Krung, Yan Nawa, Sathorn, Bangkok

The Bridge invites cartoon lovers to come and watch a selection of kids cartoons for adults and adult anime feature film.

The Jam Factory – Hope

The Jam Factory - HOPE - Photo Exhibition

Opening: Thursday September 17 at 8pm

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

Hope features pictures by the photographer Patrick Brown.

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

Ink & Lions Cafe - Tsunagari

Opening: Saturday September 19

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.

Bangkok University Gallery – Rediscovering Forgotten Thai Masters of Photography

Opening: Saturday September 19 at 6pm

Where: Rama 4 Rd. Klong-Toei, Bangkok

Curated by Manit Sriwanichpoom and part of Photo Bangkok Festival, this exhibition brings together 7 Thai photography masters, including Buddhadasa Bhikku (1906 – 1993), Mom Luang Toy Xoomsai (1906 –1961), Liang Ewe (1911 – 1992), Saengjun Limlohakul (1924 –1997), S.H. Lim (born in 1930), Rong Wong-savun (1932 – 2009), Pornsak Sakdaenprai (born in 1938).


BACC – Kanghan Group’s Art Exhibition 2015

Opening: Until September 27

Where: BACC, People’s Gallery P1-P3, 2nd floor

The group exhibition by Prasit Chanitrapirax, Sayan Sanitrat, Somboon Pouangdogmai, and Paisal Theerapongvisanuporn deals with individuals’ stories around critical political views.

H Project Space – Tropical Malice

Until September 27

Where: 201 Sathorn Soi 12, Bangkok[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height=”18px”][vc_column_text]

The Bangkok-based artist Giles Ryder presents a multi media installation, playing with aesthetic cultural meanings and creating a real experience in the exhibition place.

HOF Art Space – MYA

Hof Art - MYA Art Exhibition

Until September 30

Where: W District between Sukhumvit 69 – 71

Curated by the artist Sakwut Wisesmanee willing to bring together a group of renowned fashion photographers producing ‘spicy’ works, “MYA” features photographs by ‘Paktai Latin’ (including Chamni Thipmanee, Nopadon Chotasiri, Amarit Chusuwan, Chira ‘Neng’ Wichaisuthikul, Surat ‘Jo’ Jariyawattanawijit, Surasak ‘Rang’ Ittirit) that reflect about women.


CHOMP - Amonwan Dolly Mirpuri's Solo Exhibition

Until September 30

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

Amonwan Dolly Mirpuri presents cross-cultural symbolism artworks inviting to a philosophical journey towards self-realization.

Kalwit studio & gallery – EQUABLE

Equable – Kalwit Studio & Gallery

Until October 3

Where: 119/14 Ruamrudee soi2, Wireless rd., Bangkok

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

Art Centre – Behind the painting

Until October 10

Where: Silpakorn University, Bangkok

Co-organized by the Bangkok’s Japan Foundation and the Silapakorn University’s Art Centre and curated by Hiroyuki Hattori, “Behind the Painting” is Chulayarnnon Siriphol’s solo exhibition. Following his participation in the Artist Residence Program at the Aomori Contemporary Art Centre (ACAC) in Japan, the exhibited artworks have been inspired by Sri Burapha’s 1937 novel.


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.

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.

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.

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.

Last Chance to See:

Whitespace Gallery – Cherry Blossom

Whitespace Gallery Bangkok - Cherry Blossom

Until September 19

Where: one Sala Daeng 1, Rama 4 Road, Bangkok

The 5 hours opera video ‘Cherry Blossom’ tells the migration of a girl through three different parts of Bangkok.

Golden Tortoise – “AAA” Asian Auspicious Animals

Until September 20

Where: 100 Sukhumvit soi 49, Bangkok, 10110

“AAA” for Asian Auspicious Animals displays furniture, fabrics, wood carvings, bronze and stone objects.

The Space – Iwan

Until September 20

Where: Gaysorn Shopping Centre

For his solo exhibition, the American-based photographer Iwan Bagus explores the self, the nude male body and outdoor landscapes in his black and white series entitled Oblivion & Interior Landscape.

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