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Thai Cartoons and abstract illustration exhibition
By Raj Loesuang and Somboon Hormtientong
Organized By Somboon Hormtientong and Apisak Sonjod
Co-Organized By Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (bacc)
21 February – 12 May 2013
Main Gallery, 9th floor

Thai Cartoons and abstract illustration exhibition by Raj Loesuang and Somboon Hormtientong. More than 400 drawings, paintings, sculptures and installation art will be on display and you will have a chance to meet with the artists. Visiting this exhibition, perhaps you will recognize the familiar cartoons from your childhood that have been engraved in your memory.

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main exhibitions

Exhibition: Possession
Curated by Brian Curtin and Steve Dutton
Co-Organized By Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (bacc)
14 March - 5 May 2013
Main Gallery, 8th floor

A sense of immersion in visual culture generally, the use of new and old technologies, a revisiting of earlier critical issues around authorship, originality and context, the un-even significance of signs within a global context, and an embracing of the evacuation of the image characterizes all the artworks in Possession. These issues can challenge the very possibility of a singular or distinct context for understanding the artwork and the presence of the artist all but dissipates; yet much of the artwork within this exhibition subtly undermines this assumption. Possession points to the paradox of a claim for specificities and subjectivities in much contemporary art practice whilst acknowledging the greater forces and agencies which affect it; or, who is in the process of possessing who? And how do we decide?

A Study of Buddhist Philosophy and the Creativity in Contemporary Art
By 12 Artist
28 February – 5 May 2013
Main Gallery, 7th floor

Each researcher (artist) creates 2 or 3 dimensional contemporary artworks that develop the concept from study and interpretation of Buddhist principal, philosophy and belief. Communicating through images and symbolic, the work conveys audiences to appreciate the context and relationship between Buddhist Dharma, nature, and modern materials. The idea is to analyze and synthesize how art, culture, and philosophy are rapidly changing and giving out influences among each other by using various media and materials that are assembled to produce the creations of paintings, sculptures, mixed media arts, and installation arts. The aim of the project is to pass on Buddhist teaching to people that will lead to the creation of more love and faith in today's society.

people's gallery

The Passage In My Mind
By Artist Sirapat Deesawadee
09 March - 07 April 2013
Opening on Saturday 9th March 2012 at 6 p.m.
People's Gallery, 2nd floor artHub@bacc

This exhibition received an inspiration from my direct experience on a fire event and the toxic air in Chiangmai Township. The exhibition would present all of the stories through the Installation Art that revealed the surreal and the virtual awareness as well as the recognition that the audience would be able to comprehend and to perceive as though they were in the real situation. The goal was to reflect the real occurrence that really happened nowadays.

art network exhibitions

In Remembrance of Angkarn Kallayanapong's Paintings and Poetries
By The Museum of Angkarn Kallayanapong's Paintings and Poetries, Sathirakoses-Nagapradjpa Foundation (SNF) Together with Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC)
29 March - 30 April 2013
Studio, 4th floor

The Art Exhibition in Remembrance of Angkarn Kallayanapong's Poetries and Paintings is held to commemorate recently deceased artist. It is divided into three parts: literature, paintings and co-research to replicate ancient paintings in collaboration with Acharn Fua Hariphithak. The works on display in this exhibition are some parts of all of his past works. In particular, some items have never been displayed before such as a collection of fountain-pen-handwriting poems and replicated works of Ayutthaya-Style painting manuscripts of Traibhumikatha Buddhist Cosmology, etc.

For any inquiries, please contact Ms. Ormkaew Kallayanapong telephone number: 08-6099- 9002 E-mail: facebook :

iN-PUBLiC: An Exhibition of Street Photography
By TCDC and the British Council
15 February - 10 March 2013
3rd floor

This exhibition presents selected works from the three day "Bangkok: Street Photography Workshop" held from 1-3 February 2013. The workshop involved forty local photographers, with feedback and advice from iN-PUBLiC's visiting members David Gibson and Richard Bram. It is jointly presented by TCDC and the British Council. "iN-PUBLiC" is a group of 21 acclaimed photographers working in streets and public places around the world. The collective was formed by Nick Turpin in 2000, to gather together a community of street photographers - to create a 'home' - but above all else to celebrate street photography. The photographs from its twenty-one members worldwide showcase the vitality and normality of street photography. See the unusual in the everyday through the eyes of the iN-PUBLiC photographers with "iN-PUBLiC: An Exhibition of Street Photography" from the UK,

BUKRUK – STREET ART FESTIVAL The Thai-Europe Connection
23 February - 17 March 2013
Studio, 4th floor

"BUKRUK/ THAI-EUROPE CONNECTION" is the first large-scale collaboration between Thailand and Europe in the field of street art. This project will be the biggest yet proposed in Thailand, with 15 European artists working jointly with 11 Thai artists among the most talented and cutting edge in their fields.

For more information Tel. 080-990-6910, E-mail

The Art Exhibition under the Supervision: DRIFT-for-REND Connection
By Branch of Art Education, Department of Art, Music, and Dance Education, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University
27 March - 7 April 2013
1st floor

The project of "The Art Exhibition under the Supervision: DRIFT-for-REND" is the display of the works of individual art created by the 5th – year students studying in 2736455 Supervised Study in Art Education, which is the final course before graduation. All of the works displayed have been produced from the harmony of skills, knowledge, and process of art production in which the students are interested and excel. Moreover, this operational process has been supervised by academic advisors in order to receive the perfect productions of students' individual art.


bacc music

Bangkok Music Forum #4
Saturday 30 March 2013
Auditorium, 5th floor

For more information Tel. 02-214-6630 - 8 to 530,,

bacc library

Art library
Art Library, L floor.

Art library would like to present the book about the history of Thai Art, "The Roots of Thai Art" by Piriya Krairiksh, River Books. Please learn the root of Thai culture in this book here at Art Library at bacc.


Coffee Booms
3rd floor

Relax drink coffee with coffee booms taste. Coffee, tea, smoothy, sandwich and crispy toast ect.

Hibiki Music Studio : Music Library
2nd floor

Enhanu your life valus with high musical quality given at Hibiki Studio. Music course and music instruments Ex. Piano , Nolin , Guitar and International Jazz Festival Alliance Foundation..


For more information, please contact bacc Information

Rama 1 Rd., Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
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