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"Woman with a Parasol" By Claude Monet
See Monet’s work and life in high definition at River City Bangkok
Another legendary painter gets the star treatment on the silver screen.
Photo by Phichai Kaewvichit
7 cool art exhibitions you can check out right now
Art to ease the mind.
Photo by Vichai Kaewvichit
This ex-motorcycle taxi rider-turned-pro photographer’s exhibition is all about unleashing creativity
Unlock your inner artist with Thailand’s unlikely icon of street photography.
Image: Tyler Roney / Coconuts Bangkok
Rap Against Dictatorship drops a surprise track that takes aim at the monarchy
The rap collective takes their criticism of Thailand’s political institutions further than ever.
“Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry” / Credit: River City Bangkok
Two Ai Weiwei solo exhibitions bring dissident art to Bangkok this month
These are his first shows in Thailand, too.
Yellow Fang is a great band, but this collaboration is weird.
[REVIEW] A Thai indie icon teams up with an unusual partner for its latest single
Can we just make life normal again?
Credit: Shorties Film Festival
Check out some of Asia’s top short films at this festival
Honestly, we’re just stoked to see new films again.
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Bangkok Art Book Fair is back with a unique online festival
A showcase of independent publishers and artists.
These Warhol art classes are the perfect way to spend a rainy afternoon
Combine your class with a trip to River City’s Pop Art exhibition.
Joy Land by Kitti Narod
Catch this contemporary artist’s solo exhibition this month
The joys of everyday life, painted.
Gongkan / Naraphat Sakarthornsap.
These Thai artists are sparking conversations on environmental pollution
Check out this exhibition by Gongkan and Naraphat Sakarthornsap.
Create offers art classes, supplies and space
Bangkok’s riverside Creative District welcomes a shared space for artists
Travel experts venture into art.
The Commons introduces its Silver Lining Project
The Commons is filling up its branches with artwork from up-and-coming creators
Community-based galleries, basically. 
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Street art and heritage to clash at this riverside mural project
Injecting new life into the old.