March forward into this new month, ladies and gents.
Kickstart the month with women empowerment. With beautiful portrayals of all-female forms regardless of their shapes and sizes, Austrian-born Sylvie Blum’s “Naked Beauty” photography exhibition is the very first of its kind to be seen in Thailand. The photographs depict a very particular character, and there is no doubt that all the pictures are strong, timeless, iconic, and modern. The exhibition will be featuring over 300 images including 100 original polaroid prints from her Naked Beauty series, along with her iconic “Big Cat Series” and “Animal Series” that hail from very own diaries from 1999-2019.
Hear the engines roaring? Avid car enthusiasts, expect to see one of the rarest automobile collections at River City Bangkok. The Classic Car exhibition is back, and this time we’re excited to see a Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gull Wing (1955) in silver, a Mercedes-Benz 190SL (1957) in ivory, a Jaguar E-Type Series 3 (1973) in yellow, a Cadillac 62 (1955) in pink, a Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Series 2 (1979) in purple, and a Rolls-Royce Corniche (1984) in pink. Exciting.
Sweetly-luscious from the outside but bitter from the inside. The more we try to mend things, the more we end up disrupting our world — and that’s the chaos we are dealing with in the present. Jirayu Kiatrungwilai’s paintings depict the impact of human civilisation on the environment through pop surrealism fashion. After all, not everything in the garden is rosy.
Capturing the unspoken dialogue between nature and objects, this exhibition is all about the elements of Nature and Life. Award-winning Norwegian jewellery artist Sigurd Bronger brings his first solo exhibition to Southeast Asia, and it happens to be Bangkok. Get a glimpse of nature with these creatively-designed pieces of jewellery.
Could there be any better way to celebrate Women’s History Month with a splurge of colour on canvas? As we continue to strive for our dreams and turn them into reality, Wonder Girl shares a dose of inspiration via their paintings. Continue to be who you are, because you are wonderful.
There is a deep connection between Vases and Venus and it’s more than just alliteration. Get all ears to hear the conversation between the goddess Venus and Vases speaking volumes for women trying to find their voices in this society. This exhibition pays homage to all the women out there fighting for gender inequality in today’s society. Venus & Vases kickstarts on the special occasion of International Women’s Day.
An Art Brekkie? Here’s an art exhibition that you can taste, quite literally. A collaboration between Yelo Cafe and The Breakfast Club brings us an art exhibition that will elevate all our senses with fine art and culinary art. Come for the art exhibition and stay to taste the real menu from each of the artworks.
What does the Red Lotus symbolise? While we dig into some history right now, Kamonlak Sukchai takes things up a notch by writing her own story through her art. Her series is inspired by traditional Thai folk tales and it raises questions on all the negative attitudes towards women. Whilst you walk through this photography series of surreal fascination, you might recognise the periodic costumes from Thai television dramas and the characters of ‘penny dreadful’ magazine illustrations. Here’s a rollercoaster ride between reality and fantasy.
Is art merely a result of theory or principle? Or, can you curate art from your own beliefs and techniques without studying the subject? Come by and find your answers between the narrow streaks of each masterpiece.
Get a taste of the science of art with some enchanting brushwork. Critically-acclaimed Thai artist Warawoot Shusaengthong brings The Selected Collection with a showcase of paintings and drawings. Hear the deep layers of colour blends speak for itself.