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    Bangkok is turning into a giant art gallery

    Bloomberg News, Published on 23/10/2018

    » Bangkok is renowned for street food and shopping delights as well as notorious nightlife, but the latest effort to woo tourists aims for the cultural high ground by turning the metropolis into an art gallery.


    Photographer Tom Jacobi offers insights

    Life, Published on 21/08/2018

    » Award-winning photographer Tom Jacobi will share his discovery of mystical, timeless places that were created by nature over millennia during the "RPST Master Series Artist Talk" at the Auditorium, 5th floor of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Pathumwan intersection, on Thursday from 5pm to 6.30pm.


    Observing climate change in close-up

    Life, Published on 28/06/2018

    » Myriad excellent photographic works that bring awareness of climate change by international lensmen will be exhibited during "Beyond The Air We Breathe" at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre from today until Sept 2.


    Greyscale greatness

    Brunch, Published on 09/09/2018

    » They look like pictures that could have been taken on Mars, if not heavily Photoshopped, but Tom Jacobi emphasises again and again that all his photos are of real and uncontrived structures on Earth. Ranging from deserts with pockets of water to dramatic mountain ranges, his photographs capture a world you've likely never seen before -- largely in grey tones because he has gotten up at 4am to get these shots.


    Targets by Herlinde Koelbl

    Life, Published on 08/08/2018

    » Herlinde Koelbl is one of Germany's most distinguished documentary photographers. Koelbl's photography, which addresses many of the burning issues of our time, has brought her international fame, such as her photographic documentary of the refugee crises in the Middle East and the Mediterranean and "Traces Of Power", a series of portrait studies of well-known politicians.


    Art and coup: Four years and counting

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 23/05/2018

    » Tuesday marked the fourth anniversary of the May 2014 coup d'etat. While it continues to underpin the political landscape, the coup also sparked an unprecedented rise in Thai artworks with political messages. A new political art exhibition took place almost every month since May 2014.


    Hanging politics on the wall

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 31/05/2017

    » Art and artists aren't as detached from worldly matters as many like to think. In the past couple of years, contemporary artists have undoubtedly given form to some of the most daring and powerful expressions of our collective feelings of angst, unrest and hope -- while increasingly becoming aware of, and subject to, the restrictions on freedoms that are in place.


    All that the eyes cannot see

    Life, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 14/07/2017

    » Would you rather be blissfully blind or painfully aware?


    Otherwise Inside

    Life, Published on 18/07/2018

    » Artist and researcher Samak Kosem presents a photographic exhibition on the subject of LGBTI in the Deep South of Thailand, a conservative society where sexuality is a very sensitive topic to discuss and gay people often cannot reveal their identity.


    The French Connection

    Life, Published on 11/07/2018

    » As part of the citywide Photo Bangkok, "The French Connection" looks at the connection between French eyes and Thailand subject, from the time of Father Larnaudie who in 1845 brought the first photographic camera into Siam. The exhibition wants to go beyond the well-worn subjects (beaches, girls, temples) to something deeper and more thoughtful.

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