Galleries’ Night

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Galleries’ Night

Brought to you by the Embassy of France in Thailand, the fourth edition of Galleries’ Night Bangkok returns this weekend (3-4 February) with more than 40 galleries and art spaces joining the force to offer Bangkokians two consecutive nights of art and culture. The shows are mapped out into two routes: Riverside-Silom-Sathorn on 3 Feb and Sukhumvit on 4 Feb.

The opening reception on 3 Feb at the O.P Garden, co-hosted by Serindia and Atta galleries, offers you an opportunity to meet participating artists such as Sophie de Kinkelin, who is showing her abstract drawing at Serindia Gallery, and Cece Nobre whose silver jewelry works are showcased at Atta.

To make it easier for you, pre-download the mobile application that includes a complete map and info to your iOS or Android phones. 

 

Event highlights

Kanong+G at RMA Institue: A multimedia installation by Japanese artist Shinya Akutagawa, who recalls his travels on Bangkok public buses.

 

Watercolor drawings by Darnui Parnui at Thonglor Art Space

 

The Act of Violence at The Ferry Gallery: A screening of films that examine issues related to social violences, such as Ping Pong by Adel Abidin and Domestic Gestures by Tania Smith on a literally floating ferry in the Chao Phraya River.

 

Erwin Wurm: The Philosophy of Instructions. Tour with the curator Pichaya Aime Suphavanij available on 4 Feb at 17:30 and 18:30.

 

Gold by Moritz Ebinger at WTF: Swiss artist explores the value of gold, and its impact on societies, nations, and wars. 

 

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