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French nationals Frederic Meyer (Issaya Siamese ClubKom-Ba-WaNamsaah Bottling Trust) and diplomat Jeremy Opitresco created one of the most striking galleries in town when they opened this huge white space in mid-2015. 

Nestled on Yen Akart Road, the multi-purpose, by-appointment-only gallery hosts monthly exhibitions from both local and visiting international artists. 

The modernist building's soaring ceilings, expansive use of glass and a crisp white facade take influence from the work of 1930s European architecture, says Meyer, while out front you'll find a 600-sq-meter sculpture garden.

Since opening, it's become something of a meeting point for artists, critics and collectors thanks to regular arty dinner events. The rest of us can only visit the gallery by appointment—but it's worth it.

Call 02-2359-800 or visit fb.com/yenakartvilla.

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Phone: 02-235-9800
YenakArt Villa, 69 Soi Prasat Suk, Yen Akat Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

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Sathorn

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