Art Crowd Muse Over The Latest Aurum Gallery At Warehouse 30
Lasting three days from July 1, the opening reception of the newest art space in town, Aurum Gallery at Warehouse 30, was attended by numerous art collectors and socialites. Conceived and curated by internationally acclaimed British DJ and visual artist Clifford Price, also known as Goldie, the 528 square metred gallery in inspired by New York's golden era of graffiti culture in the 1980s. The curator, who is deeply involved in the scene himself, presents not only the works of globally celebrated artists like Belin, Vhlis and Crash, but local talents as well in the new Charoenkrung space. Familiar brushstrokes from the likes of P7, Benzilla and Wal Chirachaisakul are seen on the gallery walls. At the opening reception, Thai artist Jecks spray-painted helmets live for guests to see. The gallery plans for more masterclasses to be held for aspiring talents. Throughout the three days of the reception, familiar faces such as that of Barom Bhicharnchitr, Nicklas von Bueren, Nopadon Baholyodhin, Sirot and Orawan Setabandhu were spotted.