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Arts Culture'171003 The Queen’s Art Gallery': A Showcase Of Artwork From Across 3 Continents

'171003 The Queen’s Art Gallery': A Showcase Of Artwork From Across 3 Continents

'171003 The Queen’s Art Gallery': A Showcase Of Artwork From Across 3 Continents
By Mary Losmithgul
October 20, 2018
Once you’re done exploring Bangkok Art Biennale 2018, here’s where you should head to next

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Artist: Noriki Kinouchi from Japan

After over five years spent in Bangkok, HE Andelfo Garcia the Ambassador of Colombia and his wife Mme Astrid Amaya will be leaving the country. As part of their farewell, Mme Astrid has organised an art exhibition, to be showcased at the Queen Sirikit Gallery.

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Artist: Wal Chirachaisakul from Thailand

Titled ‘171003 The Queen’s Art Gallery’, the exhibition will showcase work by 17 internationally renowned artists, hailing from 10 different countries across three different continents. The international art exhibition is part of an effort to promote the flourishing contemporary art scene in Bangkok by encouraging the appreciation and use of public art spaces. It also pays homage to the five-storied exhibition space—a part of the Queen Mother’s initiative of promoting Thai art.

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Artist: Denise Petit from Chile

Visitors can expect artwork created by names ranging from Iranian artist Arash Groyan to Colombian artist Leonardo Salazar and Japanese new media artist Noriko Kinouchi. Thailand is also represented amongst the global names by Thai artist, printmaker and painter Wal Chirachaisakul. With Bangkok’s first Bangkok Art Biennale happening this month, these events contribute to putting Thailand out there on the global art stage, while sparking dialogue between Thailand and other diplomatic communities through art. Those looking to continue their contemporary art streak after exploring the BAB shouldn’t miss out on this exhibition either.


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Artist: Arash Groyan from Iran


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Artist: Yamile Pardo from Cuba


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Artist: Cesar Arechga from Mexico


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Artist: Ernesto Morales from Argentina


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Artist: Leonardo Salazar from Colombia


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Artist: Yoav Brener from Israel


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Lunch at the Queen Sirikit Gallery


Opening TaT(L.toR.)Mr.Robert Millar- HM Shrewsbury SS,K.Kris Narongdej-CEO KPN Group,Mme Astrid-CEO AOTAart,K.Chuan Leekpai-Former PM,Ms.Linda Cheng-MD of RCB,Mr.Chatvichai P.-BACC.jpg

Headmaster of Shrewsbury International School Robert Millar, KPN Group CEO Kris Narongdej, AOTA Art CEO Mme Astrid Amaya, former prime minister Chuan Leekpai, managing director of River City Bangkok Linda Cheng and BACC board member Chatvichai Promadhattavedi


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The Queen Sirikit Gallery interior


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The Queen Sirikit Gallery


An opening reception will be held on October 26, featuring live music and an evening of cocktails, while the artwork will be made open to public until November 5. For more information on other upcoming events at the Queen Sirikit Gallery, visit queengallery.org.

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