Spiral up the Guggenheim-esque atrium of the Bangkok Art & Culture Centre where the top three of the building's 11 storeys are exhibition halls. Beyond painting and sculpture, you'll see video, conceptual photography, installation and performance - sometimes all at once, in the case of a show by Navin Ravanchaikul. Rotating BACC curators like Luckana Kunavichayanont and Apinan Poshyananda mix up categories even further by showing cutting-edge work alongside traditional Thai, Western academic, modernist and foreign shows.
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939 Thanon Rama I, opposite MBK
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Unseen Siam Early Photography 1860 - 1910
Narisa Chakrabongse, Paisarn Piammettawat and Pichaya Suphavanij have curated a series of old photographs of Thailand taken between 1860-1910 by foreign and Thai photographers. Previously stored in foreign archives, these priceless photographs include...Photography Until Monday November 7 2016Read more
Where are we going now?
While we appreciate South Korea’s economic and cultural success on the global platform and regard it a great country, artist Koo Youenmo thinks differently. Discover the reasons why he hesitates to call his homeland great in this exhibition.Abstract Until Tuesday September 27 2016Read more
A dance performance inspired by the politically triggered massacre of a group of Thammasat University students at Sanam Luang square on 6 October 1976.Contemporary and experimental Wednesday September 28 2016 - Saturday October 1 2016Read more