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Bangkok Art Galleries

100 Tonson Gallery:
This gallery attracts ambitious local artist with big name international artists occasionally exhibit also.

44 Arts
Near backpacking Khao Sarn Road, this gathering of small commercial galleries has a heavy leaning toward conventional Thai painting.

About studio/about café
This converted shophouse in China Town has emerged from hibernation to claim its former status as one of the capital’s most experimental arts platforms.

Akko Gallery
Run by Japanese dealer Atsuko, this gallery has a definite Nipponesque flovour to much of its art.

Adel Gallery of Modern Art
Artist Thavorn Ko-Udomvit has set up this gallery on the outskirt of Bangkok, showing exhibitions of mainly local arts as well as print work shop and children classes.

Ardel’s Third place Gallery
Ardel’s downtown sister gallery is a compact venue on the first floor of this lifestyle space.

Artery
Art management service and occasional exhibitions in the basement of Silom Gallery

Art Golliras
Next door to Whitespace, this small gallery space host an eclectic assortment of exhibitions by emerging artists.

Art Republic
In a luxury mall in the heart of downtown, this gallery has a predilection for senior and emerging local artists.

Asian Fine Arts
A market style art space with an assortment of conventional painting and narrow exhibition area.

Bangkok Art & Culture Centre
This new 1-1 storey art center has over 3000m2 of exhibition space with plans to accommodate a broad scope of exhibition and creative events.

Bangkok Code
An annex of King Mongkut’s University of Technology, Bangkok Code has eltered from occasional exhibitions to a monthly experimental arts and music night title Dubsocial.

Bangkok Sculpture Centre
Open twice a month for public viewing, the tastefully designed center house Thailand’s largest display of three-dimension art.

Carpediem Galleries
This small gallery host occasional exhibitions by Asian and expatriate artist.

Catherine Schubert Fine Art
Alternating between Chinese and western artists, this new compact gallery is the ressidental Sathorn area

Conference of Birds
Run by American Andrew Little, expected young and fresh multi-disciplinary event akin to a cabinet of curiosity.

DOB hualamphong Gallery
Located opposite of the city’s main rail terminus, this new contemporary art space is run by Ardel gallery

Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand
Exhibition of edgy photojournalism are the norm at this meet and drink stop for wandering press.

Galerie N
This split level gallery fronts onto busy wireless rd and is dedicated to established and emerging Thai art.

Gallery Sunflower
This compact space is Thailand’ only gallery dedicated to art form Indian sub-continent.

Gossip Gallery
Gossip has recently relocated from Sukhumvit to the compact third floor space in Silom Gallery

H Gallery
Exhibiing Thai and international arts, this two-floor gallery is located in an old converted wooden school building, and is run by American Emest H lee

Hof Art
Run by a group of young local artists, this four floor gallery is dedicated to promoting emerging Thai art.

Jim Thompson House Art Centre
In the ground of the well-preserved house-museum, the centre holds exhibitions of prominent local and international art and crafts.

Kathmandu Photo Gallery
Direct toward rising local photographers, the four floor gallery and specialist bookshop is run by photographer Manit Sriwanichpoom along with artists-filmmaker Ing K.

La Lanta Fine Art
Having moved across town to Sukhumvit, the gallery’s emphasis remains towards emerging Thai and Asian art as well as talent expert artists.

Mumuart House
Located above the downstairs café, this second floor gallery is run by a German curator

National Gallery
This lackluster exhibition space has a permanent collection providing some example of Thailand’s modern art development, with more interesting shows, mainly by senior artists, held in the annex.

Number 1 Gallery
The focus hear is on established and upcoming domestic artist, who mostly lean toward spiritual and now-traditional subject matter.

Numthong Gallery
This small gallery has exhibitions by some of the country’s most interesting artists, with tow storerooms of artworks for potential buyers.

People Space
This Guaint shophouse gallery sits in the corner of a lovely square beside the historic Rattanakosin district.

Prakorb Art Gallery
Situated in a quaint 70 year-old teakwood house just behind the bustling backpacker strip Khao San Road, the plan for this new gallery is to show young emerging Thai artists.

The Gueen’s Gallery
The five-floor gallery is under Royal Patronage and has a busy exhibition schedule of predominantly locally product art.

Rotunda Galley & Garden Galley
This gallery is a part of historic Neilson Hays Library with mainly arts displayed by expatriate and local artists.

Silom Gallery Art Space
Located next to Tang and Number 1 in the basement of the galleria, the emphasis here is on Thai painting.

Soal
Lacated in the Ekamai-Ramindra district, this new Japanese run space appears to be set up as a more experimental non-commercial arts platform.

Sombat Permpoon Gallery
A huge five-storey commercial gallery with 10000 works of predominantly Thai painting.

Surapon Gallery
The two-floor gallery shows regular exhibitions by contemporary artists.

Tadu Contemporary Art
A large Exhibition space a car showroom, Tadu hangs experimental as well as conventional exhibits.

Tang Contemporary Art
This Chinese-owned gallery is one of the few space in the capital to view contemporary Chinese and international standard Asian art.

Thavibu Gallery
Thailand’s only venue dedicated to exhibiting Thai, Vietnamese, and Burmese art, they also publish art books.

The Gallery
Located in the basement of Silom Galleria, this space is managed by nearby Number 1 and gravitates toward Thai painters.

The Pikture Gallery
A compact glass-fronted space dedicate to fine art photography as well as featuring occasional exhibitions.

Adel Gallery of Modern Art
Artist Thavorn Ko-Udomvit has set up this gallery on the outskirt of Bangkok, showing exhibitions of mainly local arts as well as print work shop and children classes.

Ardel’s Third place Gallery
Ardel’s downtown sister gallery is a compact venue on the first floor of this lifestyle space.

Artery
Art management service and occasional exhibitions in the basement of Silom Gallery

Art Golliras
Next door to Whitespace, this small gallery space host an eclectic assortment of exhibitions by emerging artists.

Art Republic
In a luxury mall in the heart of downtown, this gallery has a predilection for senior and emerging local artists.

Asian Fine Arts
A market style art space with an assortment of conventional painting and narrow exhibition area.

Bangkok Art & Culture Centre
This new 1-1 storey art center has over 3000m2 of exhibition space with plans to accommodate a broad scope of exhibition and creative events.

Bangkok Code
An annex of King Mongkut’s University of Technology, Bangkok Code has eltered from occasional exhibitions to a monthly experimental arts and music night title Dubsocial.

Bangkok Sculpture Centre
Open twice a month for public viewing, the tastefully designed center house Thailand’s largest display of three-dimension art.

Carpediem Galleries
This small gallery host occasional exhibitions by Asian and expatriate artist.

Catherine Schubert Fine Art
Alternating between Chinese and western artists, this new compact gallery is the ressidental Sathorn area

Conference of Birds
Run by American Andrew Little, expected young and fresh multi-disciplinary event akin to a cabinet of curiosity.

DOB hualamphong Gallery
Located opposite of the city’s main rail terminus, this new contemporary art space is run by Ardel gallery

Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand
Exhibition of edgy photojournalism are the norm at this meet and drink stop for wandering press.

Galerie N
This split level gallery fronts onto busy wireless rd and is dedicated to established and emerging Thai art.

Gallery Sunflower
This compact space is Thailand’ only gallery dedicated to art form Indian sub-continent.

Gossip Gallery
Gossip has recently relocated from Sukhumvit to the compact third floor space in Silom Gallery

H Gallery
Exhibiing Thai and international arts, this two-floor gallery is located in an old converted wooden school building, and is run by American Emest H lee

Hof art
Run by a group of young local artists, this four floor gallery is dedicated to promoting emerging Thai art.

Jim Thompson House Art Centre
In the ground of the well-preserved house-museum, the centre holds exhibitions of prominent local and international art and crafts.

Kathmandu Photo Gallery
Direct toward rising local photographers, the four floor gallery and specialist bookshop is run by photographer Manit Sriwanichpoom along with artists-filmmaker Ing K.

La Lanta Fine Art
Having moved across town to Sukhumvit, the gallery’s emphasis remains towards emerging Thai and Asian art as well as talent expert artists.

Mumuart House
Located above the downstairs café, this second floor gallery is run by a German curator

National Gallery
This lackluster exhibition space has a permanent collection providing some example of Thailand’s modern art development, with more interesting shows, mainly by senior artists, held in the annex.

Number 1 Gallery
The focus hear is on established and upcoming domestic artist, who mostly lean toward spiritual and now-traditional subject matter.

Numthong Gallery
This small gallery has exhibitions by some of the country’s most interesting artists, with tow storerooms of artworks for potential buyers.

People Space
This Guaint shophouse gallery sits in the corner of a lovely square beside the historic Rattanakosin district.

Prakorb Art Gallery
Situated in a quaint 70 year-old teakwood house just behind the bustling backpacker strip Khao San Road, the plan for this new gallery is to show young emerging Thai artists.

The Gueen’s Gallery
The five-floor gallery is under Royal Patronage and has a busy exhibition schedule of predominantly locally product art.

Rotunda Galley & Garden Galley
This gallery is a part of historic Neilson Hays Library with mainly arts displayed by expatriate and local artists.

Silom Gallery Art Space
Located next to Tang and Number 1 in the basement of the galleria, the emphasis here is on Thai painting.

Soal
Lacated in the Ekamai-Ramindra district, this new Japanese run space appears to be set up as a more experimental non-commercial arts platform.

Sombat Permpoon Gallery
A huge five-storey commercial gallery with 10000 works of predominantly Thai painting.

Surapon Gallery
The two-floor gallery shows regular exhibitions by contemporary artists.

Tadu Contemporary Art
A large Exhibition space a car showroom, Tadu hangs experimental as well as conventional exhibits.

Tang Contemporary Art
This Chinese-owned gallery is one of the few space in the capital to view contemporary Chinese and international standard Asian art.

Thavibu Gallery
Thailand’s only venue dedicated to exhibiting Thai, Vietnamese, and Burmese art, they also publish art books.

The Gallery
Located in the basement of Silom Galleria, this space is managed by nearby Number 1 and gravitates toward Thai painters.

The Pikture Gallery
A compact glass-fronted space dedicate to fine art photography as well as featuring occasional exhibitions.

Timothy Yarger Fine Art
A tiny gallery space beside the Nai Lert Park Hotel.

Gallery Ver
Owned by artist Rikrit Tiravanija, this riverside gallery exhibits experimental local art as well as overseas artists.

Whitespace Gallery
Whitespace is a three-floor design studio with a narrow gallery space dedicated to giving emerging artists or non-commercial platform.

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