BANGKOK — From handmade wooden cheese platters and designer lanterns to abstract paintings and art installations, Gallery Hopping Night returns later this month for an excuse to tour the capital’s historic streets.
At least nine participating galleries in the lower Silom Road and Charoen Krung Road riverside area will host special events such as live performances, panel discussions and more from late afternoon until 11pm on March 18.
The nine art spaces confirmed so far include Atta Gallery, Bridge Cafe & Art Space, Cho Why, Kathmandu Photo Gallery, Most, Paw Dee Contemporary Thai Craft, Serindia Gallery and The Jam Factory.
The Gallery Hopping Night began in late 2014 and usually occurs on the third Friday every two months or so. They are organized by the Creative District Gallery Hopping Night community,
Here is a list of the upcoming edition’s highlights:
Group Art Installations at Bridge
Photo: Bridge / Courtesy
Three artists – Pisitakun Kuantalaeng, Anita Bacic and Dan Burman – will exhibit their art installations in “Reflecting On Otherworlds,” an interdimensional approach to concepts from distinct angles.
The event’s opening reception starts at 7pm on Friday at Bridge on Soi Charoen Krung 51. It runs through April 9.
To get to Bridge, head to BTS Saphan Taksin and take exit No. 4.
Photo Exhibition at Cho Why