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    Ways of dance

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 22/01/2018

    » Israeli dancer/choreographer Roni Chadash's passion for her craft has played an instrumental role in her ability to address her inner demons.

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    Under siege

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 19/01/2018

    » The Pom Mahakan community as seen through the lens of Bangkok-based Italian photographer Jan Daga is a village "under siege" where resilience meets heartbreak.

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    Japanese art in the city

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 17/01/2018

    » An extraordinary display of ancient artefacts from Japan, including many items deemed national cultural heritage, is taking place at the National Museum Bangkok. From pre-Christ earthenware to classical fabric, from Buddhism to samurai, "The History Of Japanese Art: Life And Faith" manifests the grandeur and depth of history, and welcomes visitors until Feb 18.

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    Narrative of Monuments

    Life, Published on 17/01/2018

    » Kata Sangkhae's conceptual photographs of the Democracy Monument may inspire hope or despair according to the viewer's interpretation. Against the night sky, at times blurry and then in sharp focus but without detail definition, his non-naturalistic images of blinding light on the golden replica of the constitution convey tall white shapes evocative of disembodied spirits.

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    Southeast Asian masters in the spotlight

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 17/01/2018

    » To any regular art enthusiast, the mention of 19th century artists brings to mind European (especially French) masters like Claude Monet, Edouard Manet, Auguste Renoir and Edgar Degas. Asian artists rarely get any mention or recognition -- and unless you're Indonesian or Filipino, the names Raden Saleh Sjarif Boestaman (1811-1880) and Juan Luna y Novicio (1857-1899) would probably mean nothing to you.

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    Contemporary interpretation of Mozart's legendary Requiem

    Life, Published on 16/01/2018

    » Pro Musica will start the year with "Requiem Without Words", a contemporary interpretation of Mozart's legendary last and unfinished work, at Siam Society, Asok Road, on Jan 23 at 7pm.

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    Subtly subversive

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 10/01/2018

    » 'I'm not an artist -- I'm only 50% of an artist," said Michael Elmgreen of the Nordic duo Elmgreen & Dragset on his recent visit to Bangkok.

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    Who Loves Bangkok More Than Me?

    Life, Published on 10/01/2018

    » Maura Moynihan presents a solo exhibition which shows her passion for the city of Bangkok, which is -- in her view -- a feast of beauty. Viewers are invited to explore this manic metropolis through her paintings of citywide locales.

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    Out of the darkness

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 05/01/2018

    » You're likely to stumble and fumble as you make your way through the darkened H Gallery and artist Jedsada Tangtrakulwong's latest show "Eclipse". Plunged in near-total obscurity, visitors find themselves drawn to the dim glimmers projected by low-hanging light bulbs.

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    Looking ahead

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 05/01/2018

    » 2017 was a whirlwind of a year, but we are now in the budding days of 2018 and while we realise most of us are still recovering from holiday feasting, it's time to leave the past behind and look ahead. There are a number of reasons to be excited about 2018, from concerts to (possible) developments in the city itself. To kick off our very first issue of the new year, we at Guru have compiled a list of things to look forward to in 2018. Strap yourselves in. It's gonna be one heck of a year.

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