Take a swim in one of the world's most hyped art installations. 
Credit: Bangkok Art Biennale

Venice of the East, anyone?

Thailand Cultural Center. Credit: Architects 49

Thailand Cultural Center's awesome collection gets the home it deserves.

This Apr 4, the House of Lucie art gallery hosts a special talk with Thai-Australian travel photographer Diane Durongpisitkul, who spent the past 15 months traveling around Africa, from Ethiopia to Mozambique, predominantly in a local minivan. Here, she tells us about her journey.

Chang Chui

One of the most exciting art projects of the year is Chang Chui: Thailand Tomorrow, a new creative space taking up an 11-rai plot of land in Thonburi district that’s set to open in late May. It’s the brainchild of Somchai Songwattana, 57, CEO and art director of Flynow, one of Thailand’s pioneering fashion brands. Here, he opens up about the passion behind this ambitious project.

Khao Yai Art Museum. Credit: Khao Yai Art Museum

Right beside the UNESCO-listed World Heritage Forest of Khao Yai National Park you’ll discover a thriving gallery scene courtesy of Bangkok’s wealthy art collectors. 

Photos courtesy of Maiiam

Patron of the arts and and Bangkok bon vivant, the late Patsri Bunnag amassed an incredible fashion collection.

Thai artworks come from 21 national artists, while international artists include Pablo Picasso. 

Maiiam Contemporary Art Museum

It's now cheaper to get your cultural fix. 

Running until this Sunday (Feb 5) at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Luke Duggleby's exhibition "For Those Who Died Trying" pays tribute to the heroic lives of 37 Thai human rights defenders who died fighting for their cause. Here, BK speaks to Duggleby and a representative from Protection International, Pranom Somwong, about the project. 

Thonburi hipsters are about to get a brand new creative hub.