Leica Gallery Bangkok

The German camera brand beloved of hipsters opens a Bangkok gallery. 

Gaysorn Village’s new Leica Gallery Bangkok is proving that it’s more than just a fancy name with its first exhibition: a retrospective on the work of legendary photojournalist Nick Ut (otherwise known as the “Napalm Girl” shooter).

But the gallery is no temporary pop-up. Its lai-Thai-kra-chang-patterned walls are here to stay, offering the promise of photography exhibitions from some of the world’s greatest names as well as a balcony cafe.

Ut’s exhibition runs through Apr 30 and features 25 original black-and-white photographs, including the haunting image of a naked Vietnamese girl scorched by napalm that changed U.S. public perception on the Vietnam War. See it or miss out.

If you feel inspired, it's also attached to a shop where you can buy Leica cameras. The starting price for a Leica M10: B270,000.


Venue Details
Address: Leica Gallery Bangkok, 2/F, Gaysorn Village, 999 Phloen Chit Rd., Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 02-656-1102
Area: Ploenchit
Open since: February, 2018
Opening hours: daily 10am-8pm
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