5 Galleries To See Tonight For Bangkok Galleries' Night
The much anticipated Galleries’ Night returned last night and continues on today. With such limited time to see everything, we've curated tonight's best galleries and exhibitions to save your time and you from anxiety.
Here's your Tatler Galleries' Night agenda:
Show: Open Studio
Why see it? Piyatat Hemmatat, the founder of RMA Studio who is also an acclaimed multimedia artist, is showcasing four series of his works all in one place: EDEN part 1 (2018), EDEN part 2 (2018), Landscape (2015), 3rd Eye: The New Dawn (2013).
Galleries' Night Hours: 6-11pm
Show: THE UNCERTAIN
Why see it? Jedsada Tangtrakulwong incorporates the factor of daily weather into his architectural installation, offering audeinces the uncertainty of what will be seen any given day.
GN Hours: 5-8pm
Jim Thompson House Museum
Why see it? Yuthana and Siripon are a young Thai couple experiencing the influence of Western popular culture—a theme which never seems to grow irrelevant, especially with Thai youth.
GN Time: 7:30pm, 8:30pm.
CASE Space Revolution
Show: Broken Blossoms
Why see it? Broken Blossoms is artist Maki Ishii's first solo exhibition in Asia outside of Japan. The exhibition focuses on change, life and the feeling of loss through sculpture, drawing, video and sound.
GN Hours: 6pm onwards.
GOJA Gallery Cafe
Why see it? Sandy Chichat conveys through portraits and still life the experience and emotions of women in romantic relationships from a female standpoint.
GN Hours: 7pm-midnight
To make your gallery hopping adventure much more fun and convenient, dedicated tuk-tuks are at your disposal at designated routes. For more information, download the official Galleries’ Night app, available for IOS and Android, or visit fb.com/galleriesnight.