From everyday objects to mesmerizing works of art

Beauty really is in the eye of the beholder at the debut exhibition in Bangkok of Tunisian-French jewellery designer-turned-artist Shourouk Rhaiem. The renowned designer has turned everyday objects that are…

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Art in our dreams

The 10th edition of “Galleries’ Nights” is once again bringing a feast of visual delights to Bangkok over two nights, with a variety of events taking place tonight (Friday, November…

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New beginnings burst into bloom in Yala Stories

For many, Yala is perceived as one of the three Deep South provinces long laced with terror. But for a lot of its youths and the new generation, it is…

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Night at the museum returns

Christmas has come early for those who love to explore Thai museums but prefer not to have to brave the hot sun or be overly exposed to PM2.5 particulate air…

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Thailand’s redundant entertainers to receive 5,000-baht social security payment

The Social Security Office of Thailand (SSO) has agreed to provide a one-time 5,000 baht support payment to nightlife entertainers, including musicians, comedians and other performers, who have been left…

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(Photo by Reuters)

‘Worn Out’: Dutch museum finds unknown Van Gogh drawing of old man

A Dutch museum on Thursday (September 16) unveiled a previously unknown work by Vincent van Gogh — a study for one of his best-known drawings, “Worn Out” — in which…

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Damrong Wong-upraj’s large portrait greets visitors on the 8th floor (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

Recovering a Love of Art in the New Normal

After another Covid-related shutdown, the BACC opens its doors again to art-hungry enthusiasts Proving that art always has a place in people’s hearts, more than 500 art enthusiasts turned out…

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