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e-newsletter / August 2018

bacc 10th anniversary
19 August 2009 Her Majesty Queen Sirikit graciously presided over the official opening ceremony of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and "Portraits of the King...The Art of Iconography" exhibition, which was on until 15 November 2009 at the 9th floor main gallery.
highlight exhibition
Thai New Wave Photography Exhibition:
: Multiple Planes Exhibition
: Perspectives Exhibition

Organised by Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and PhotoBangkok
6 July - 9 September 2018
Main Gallery, 7th Floor

Thai New Wave Photography Exhibition is a contemporary photography exhibition by upcoming Thai photographers. As part of Photo Bangkok 2018, this exhibition is curated by two curators and is divided into two sections: Multiple Planes and Perspectives. Both exhibitions present contemporary photographs that reflect our society today. With diverse formats and different perspectives outside the norm, this exhibition serves as an open space for creativity and inspiration for young artists.

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main exhibition

Post-Repost-Share:
Southeast Asia Photography Exhibition

Organised by Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and PhotoBangkok
6 July - 9 September 2018
Main Gallery, 8th Floor

In the 21st century, photographs are posted, reposted, and shared among hundreds of millions of users across the globe. From a still and lifeless medium, photography, for the first time, has been transformed into a flexible medium popularised and mobilized to every corner of the world.

Post-Repost-Share is a Southeast Asia photography exhibition as part of PhotoBangkok 2018. The exhibition invites viewers to relate various social contexts of Southeast Asia altogether.

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Beyond The Air We Breathe: Addressing Climate Change Photography Exhibition
Organised by the Royal Photographic Society of Thailand (RPST), Lucie Foundation and Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
28 June - 2 September 2018
Main Gallery, 9th Floor

Beyond the Air We Breathe Exhibition showcases beauty from disasters and depicts the current climate change through photographs. The highlights of this exhibition are not only the great photographs but also the amazing stories behind them. All the photographers dedicated their time and passion to capture climate change situations around the world through their lens. Apart from the exhibition, there will also be various talks and film screenings about climate change.

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people's gallery

#BORDERLAND
by Waranyou Changpradit
1 - 26 August 2018
People’s Gallery P1, 2nd floor, artHUBbacc

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Couple - Balance
By Sita Inyai
1 - 26 August 2018
People's Gallery P2, 2nd floor, artHUB@bacc

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Black Figure with Obession
By Panya Buasudta
1 - 26 August 2018
People's Gallery P3, 2nd floor, artHUB@bacc

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arts network

PASSIONMORE Art Thesis Exhibition 2018
By Ceramics Design Applied Art and Product Design, Faculty of Artchitechure and Design King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok
31 July - 5 August 2018
Hall L floor

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Appearance in the other space
Organised by Burboders International Performance Art Exchange
3 - 5 August 2018 at 16.00 - 17.00 hrs.
Friends of bacc Room, 6th floor

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Doc Talk : Landfill Harmonic & Louder Than a Bomb
By Documentary Club and New Spirit
Saturday 11 August 2018 at 12.30 - 19.00 hrs.
Auditorium, 5th floor

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performance

The Retreat
By Democrazy Theatre Studio
1 - 12 August 2018 (except Mon and Tue)
Studio, 4th floor

Wednesday to Sunday 19.30 hrs.
Running time:75 minutes


ticket : Regular 550 Baht
Student 350 Baht

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MAKE LOVE, NOT WAR
By Nuttamon Pramsumran
30 August - 16 September 2018
Studio, 4th floor

Thusday to Sunday 19.30 hrs.
Running time: 75 minutes


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bacc shop
bacc shop, 5th floor

Shop for exhibition catalogs, various exhibition souvenirs, exclusive art and design products and many more. Proceeds from bacc shop will be used to support the activities of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. Your patronage plays a part in enabling bacc to continue its programme and activities in our current budget crisis.

For more information Tel. 09 4410 2024, 02 214 6630 ext.305
Line ID: baccshop Email: baccshop@bacc.or.th
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artHUB@bacc

BkkGraff Shop
3rd floor

BkkGraff Shop offers acrylic spray paints and accessories for street art and mixed media art such as spray caps, marker paints, ink as well as designed t-shirts, bags, caps and magazines about street culture.

For more information
Tel. 089 825 0367, 089 228 9873
www.bkkgraff.com

Shannta
3rd floor

Shannta is a made to order fine silver jewelry shop. You can order one of a kind silver jewelry with us. All our products are handmade from 99.9% pure silver.

For more information
Tel.02 611 0290, 085 488 3671, 081 909 8446
ID Line: shannta
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upcoming in September

bacc cinema

CINEMA DIVERSE 2018: The Invisible Hands 03
Suthee Muenwaja : The Costume Designer
Saturday 29 September 2018 at 17.00 - 20.30 hrs.
Auditorium, 5th floor

Youth (Feng Xiagang/ 2017 /China)

Entry fee is 60 Baht per person (with a free programme).


*In Chinese with English and Thai subtitles
*The post-screening talk will be in Thai with English translation


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Bangkok Art and Culture Centre [bacc]
is under the supervision of
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Foundation, setup and mainly funded
by Bangkok Metropolitan Administration

For more information please contact

939 Rama 1 Rd., Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
Tel. 02 214 6630-8 Fax. 02 214 6639
Email : info@bacc.or.th

Opening hours : Tuesday to Sunday (closed Monday)  from 10.00 - 21.00 hrs.

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