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Highlight Exhibition

Thailand and Japan ART BRUT: Figure of Unknown Beauty
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan
International Exchange Program Executive Committee for Disabled
People’s Culture and Arts, JAPAN
The Rainbow Room Foundation, THAILAND

19 July - 3 November 2019 / Main Gallery, 8th Floor

A major Art Brut exhibition in Southeast Asia, with collaborations by 51 artists from both Thailand and Japan, in a variety of forms, including paintings, ceramics, 3D works and photography. Divided into 5 classifications, the Art Brut exhibition explores:

1. Repetition, Dense and Homogeneous
2. Raw Materials Creation in everyday life
3. Desire, the source, what makes them create.
4. Art, which is born in relationship
5. For further creation.

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Main Exhibition

Art of Element & Therapy
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

16 August - 3 November 2019 / Main Gallery, 7th Floor

'Art therapy' is also known as the art of 'process' that shapes and revives people who feel out of balance, and helps people who are unwell, physically or mentally.

Art of Element & Therapy exhibition will take you to new experiences with art and therapy, focusing on understanding how the visual elements of the art world, the elements of humanity, and elements of therapy affect the process of creating art therapy.

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The 5th Bangkok Triennale International Print and Drawing Exhibition
Silpakorn University in cooperation with Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Today - 11 August 2019 / Main Gallery, 9th Floor

2,488 prints and drawings had been submitted by 1,018 artists from 54 countries to the 5th Bangkok Triennale International Print and Drawing Exhibition. Various awards are also given by a panel of Thai and international veteran artists. After careful considerations, the Grand Prize in Print was awarded to the Chinese artist Liu Jing and in Drawing to Tanachai Prommarat from Thailand.

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RIFTS: Thai Contemporary Artistic Practices in Transition, 1980s - 2000s
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

30 August - 24 November 2019 / Main Gallery, 9th Floor

The exhibition shows shifting phenomenon of Thai artists from late 1980s to 2000s, often considered as a transition period demonstrating the rift in Thai visual arts scene.The ripples created by social, economic and political factors can be seen in the works as well as participatory activities creating dialogue betweens the past and modern art scenes in Thailand.

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People's Gallery

 

Bring Back to Life
Warangkana Prasertphon

1 August - 1 September 2019
People’s Gallery P2, 2nd Floor, artHUB@bacc

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Mother and Nature
Orawan Chaipaen

1 August - 1 September 2019
People’s Gallery P3, 2nd Floor, artHUB@bacc Find Out More

Arts Network

 

HAPPENING MAKERS 2019 : THE ILLUSTRATOR
happening

1 August 2019
Multi-Function Room, 1st Floor

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3D - based Communication Design Showcase & Business Model for Young Designer
Faculty of Architecture, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang

2 - 3 August 2019
Multi-Function Room, 1st Floor

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The Unwavering Ideal KRAISAK CHOONHAVAN 72 years
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

13 - 21 August 2019
Multi-Function Room, 1st Floor and curved wall, 3rd - 4th Floors

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Performance

Performative Art Festival #8
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and Performing Artists’ Network

4 July - 14 December 2562 / Studio, 4th Floor

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Education & Activites

 

Figure of Unknown Beauty Exhibition:
Screening Program "Creations From the obscure"

In Janpanese, with Thai Subtitles

2 August 2019 at 18.30 - 20.00 hrs.
Auditorium, 5th Floor

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Figure of Unknown Beauty Exhibition: Curator Tour
Curators: Seina Kimoto (Japan)
Suebsang Sangwachirapiban (Thailand)

3 August 2019 at 13.00 - 17.00 hrs.
Main Gallery, 8th floor

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Exhibition Workshop: RIFTS
Montien Atelier by Estate of Montien Boonma and Kitti Sangkaew

3 August 2019 at 13.00 - 17.00 hrs.
Meeting Room 501, 5th floor

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bacc shop

Special promotion in August 2019
Happy Mother's Day
Monthly recommendation by BACC:

FIT FOR A QUEEN
The book "Fit for a Queen" is a catalogue on the royal costumes for Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, The Queen Mother designed by Pierre Balmain, who had been at work for over 22 years. Most of the dresses used domestic fabrics and textiles, reflecting the Thai national identity, and are indeed fit for Her Majesty.

Thai and English versions available.
Hard cover 2,000 baht / Paperback 1,500 baht

Thai plaid fabric scarf

Bestseller item from Pakamian Thai-style plaid fabric scarf, woven from 100% cotton with soft texture, offering an airy feel. Fit for all occasions. 60 x 160 cm piece for 120 baht
(Special offer this August - buy a scarf, we'll tie the scarf into a garland knot for free)

 

a day magazine: BACC issue

Thai monthly magazine "a day", focusing on creativity, inspiration, culture as well as urban and global movement, kicks off their 20th anniversary celebration with a special issue on what you'd like to know about BACC. Also read what Marina Abramovic, Danny Yung, Sebastian Copeland and many others think of #yourBACC.

At bacc Shop, 5th Floor, and bookstores nationwide.

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artHUB@bacc

 

BkkGraff Shop
3rd Floor

BkkGraff Shop offers acrylic spray paint and accessories for street art or mixed media art, such as spray caps, marker pens, inks, as well as t-shirts, bags, caps and magazines about street culture.

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Shannta
3rd Floor

We sell crafted silver works and here you can create your own customized silver accessory. Every item is handmade with fine silver (99.9% purity). 

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Foundation, setup and mainly funded
by Bangkok Metropolitan Administration

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