Wongchayuth “Yaa” Sukhowattanakij, 60, is keeping Thailand’s tradition of hand-drawn movie poster art alive. While most cinemas switched to printed posters decades ago, Yaa continues to produce watercolor artworks, though he now has a very different clientele. In this interview, he recalls the ups and downs of his five-decade career. 


Bangkok artists and galleries pay their respects to HM the late King Bhumibol. 

'Enfarinat' by Antonio Gibotta

A sneak peek at the World Press Photo Exhibition. 

Montien Boonma's exhibitions are profound and shocking. 

Last year, Sina Wittayawiroj's exhibition was shut down. This weekend, he's making a show of burning the final work. 

With three biennials set to take place in 2018, we ask whether we’re entering an exciting new age for Thai art or facing another false dawn.   
Bangkok City City Gallery. Credit: Bangkok Art Book Fair Facebook

The term "book fair" may conjure up images of dusty old books, but don't be fooled—Bangkok Art Book Fair promises quality content and design, as well as mouthwatering food.

Credit: Siam Synergy
A good reason to step outside the mall.