Exhibitions, pop-up markets, and a street performance, plus a bunch of upcoming events to put on your calendar.
Image: River City Bangkok
Mexican artist Adriana Mendez shares her vision of urban landscapes in Bangkok and faraway cities.
Nov 4-28, 11am-8pm. Room 249–250, 2/F, River City Bangkok, 23 Charoenkrung Soi 24, 02-237-0077. Free
Artist Puttalak Dadsada displays her nature-inspired, Frida Kahlo-like paintings at Warehouse 30’s 333Anywhere gallery.
Nov 6-30; opening reception Nov 6, from 6pm. 333 Anywhere, Warehouse 30, 52-60 Charoenkrung Soi 30. Free
Image: Childhood by Gongkan
Gongkan’s first exhibition as part of his Souleport project kicks off at Tang Contemporary Art Gallery this weekend. The project expands on the rising Thai artist’s teleportation concept through a journey of self-exploration.
Nov 6-Dec 12; opening reception Nov 6, 4-7pm. Room 201-206, 2/F, River City Bangkok, 23 Charoenkrung Soi 24, 02-237-0077. Free
Celebrate the Indian festival of lights at Sooksiam with Bollywood music, live performances, Indian crafts, and gourmet food and drinks.
Nov 5-7, 10am-10pm. Sooksiam, IconSiam, 299 Charoen Nakhon Soi 5. Free
Image: Lasalle's Avenue via Facebook
Keeping it green, this market sells handicrafts, organic fruit and vegetables, plants, and more. Expect more than 70 local brands from the community to be there.
Nov 5-7, 10am-8pm. Lasalle’s Avenue, 549 Lasalle-Bearing Rd. Free
If you want to support local producers, look no further. This farmers market promises a parade of organic produce, ranging from food and flowers to snacks and cold brew coffee.
Nov 6-7, 9am-6pm. Bambini Villa, 18 Attha Kawi Soi 1. Free
Image: Pro Musica
Pro Musica Bandwagon, a small professional chamber orchestra, will be setting up in the Thonglor alley that’s home to WTF and Studio Lam for a one-of-a-kind street performance.
Nov 6, from 5pm. WTF, 7 Sukhumvit Soi 51, 02-662-6246. Free; donations appreciated
A silent film with a contemporary approach, “Killing Time” is an immersive thriller that creates psychological suspense through its skillful combination of music and dance. Blending choreography and cinematography, the film offers a novel take on silence. There will be a Q & A session with director Grégoire Manhes after the screening.
Nov 6, 2pm. Alliance Francaise Bangkok, 179 Wireless Rd., 02-670-4200. B120/B60 members
Image: Alliance Francaise Bangkok via Facebook
This film festival celebrates inclusiveness and feminism across seven acclaimed Spanish movies. Each will be screened with voice-overs and English subtitles. Reservations recommended.
Nov 11-Dec 9, 6-9pm. Alliance Francaise Bangkok, 179 Wireless Rd., 02-670-4200. B60
Natural, organic, and eco-friendly products, plus live music and workshops, at a pop-up market at Phrom Phong’s EmQuartier mall.
Nov 13-14, 11am-7pm. 5/F, Garden Event Space, Helix Building, EmQuartier (Phrom Phong). Free
Sharpen your comedy chops with this two-day workshop led by Chris Wegoda, the creative director of the Comedy Club Bangkok. Early bird registration offers B1,000/day until Nov 11; afterward, prices rise to B1,250/day.
Nov 13-14, 3:30-6pm. The Comedy Club Bangkok, Sukhumvit 33/1. B1,000-1,250/day
Expect to find a wide range of local and international books on contemporary art at this annual fair. If you've been wondering how our ideal future would look after the pandemic, turn your ideas into typographic art and submit it by Nov 15. Select posters will be displayed at the fair.
Nov 26-27, Bangkok CityCity Gallery, 13/3 Sathorn Soi 1, 083-087-2725. Free
Image: Tridash Thailand
Test your lockdown fitness with a triathlon at Bangpoo Golf and Sports Club. There are three distances: a mini dash (200m swim, 10k bike, 2.5k run), a dash (400m swim, 20k bike, 5k run), and a long dash (800m swim, 40k bike, 10k run).
Nov 27-28, 6:30am. Bangpoo Golf and Sports Club, Samut Prakan. B1,000-1,900