A white building under the overpass looks quite a design, but it is different from what I had imagined before. The original area is the Watergate area. It has been open for more than ten years and belongs to the Bangkok Art and Culture Center. The Foundation is one of the first contemporary art projects to be officially funded by the government. It is a combination of official and private. This is not bad.
The first floor entrance just saw a UOB painting of the Year exhibition. This seems to be the tenth anniversary. Look at it a bit. Along the spiral staircase there are also small rooms separated by glass doors, some of which are independent displays, such as this aged. There are also some Wenchuang handicrafts and ice cream drinks shops on the side. The upstairs exhibition needs to store bags, and a deposit is required. The change is just not taken, so I am too lazy to take it, so I have the opportunity to come back. Compared with the MOCA I went to last time, I still like the latter. However, I really like the city of Bangkok, so it is not surprising that I punched 4-5 times a year.
[Bangkok fun Raiders]
what attractions do not have to go
there is an art center worth visiting for a day
once to go to Bangkok, Tiante hot, do not want to go shopping. So I asked my local friends and recommended me to the Bangkok Art and Culture Center, just beside MBK. From the first floor, I have been strolling to the top floor, and I dont feel bored at all. The art of Bangkok is the same as the people, food and climate here: passionate and energetic.
There will be photo exhibitions from time to time, you can see all angles of Bangkok. Very worth a day! There are also a few very good creative shops in it, which can be used to make fun of small things.
The Bangkok Art and Culture Center was originally planned to go on the first day, but it closed on Monday, so we moved to the last day.
Facing the hot Bangkok climate, it's a good place to wander around here and enjoy yourself in the ocean of art. Tired and eat desserts, dentures and World Cup Brownie, fun and delicious~
Bangkok Culture and Art Center is located at the intersection of Shuimen District, officially opened at the end of 2007. This 11-storey contemporary art exhibition hall is located. Near Bangkok's largest business district, it is one of the cultural projects planned by the Bangkok City Government.
It is part of the Bangkok Art and Culture Center Foundation and is one of the first contemporary art projects to be officially funded by the government. It will also be an opportunity for Thai official and private cooperation. There are many exhibitions held here. The theme of the exhibition also covers contemporary culture and art, including photography, design, fashion, drama, etc. There are also many unique shops and some handicrafts and artists to set up here. It is a Very stylish and modern art center. The interior of the
Cultural and Art Center is spacious and comfortable, although there are many requirements, but this does not prevent you from walking, enjoying or being in a hurry.
The specially designed revolving cloister can be used to the top of the art center along the way, while the inner walls of the cloister can also see the growth of Thai, Asian and Western art, including works by Thai royal family members, etc. Wait.
Bangkok Modern Art and Culture Center. Just beside MBK Center. If you don't know it just ask someone. Everyone in the neighborhood knows it. When you arrive, check in first, you have to go through security check to enter. Bags must be opened for inspection.
On the first floor are some interesting designs that are displayed on the table but touching is not allowed. The designs are mostly related to Buddhist art. Thailand is a religious country. Buddhism is the state religion.
From the first floor up, each floor is different. The circular building has some contemporary art on the wall. There are also some small shops inside, offering a broad selection of cultural and creative products. The prices are reasonable, so you can consider jumping in.
The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre is known better as BACC. Located at the intersection of Rama I Road and Phayathai Road, it is just across the street from the MBK Shopping Center. It first opened to the public at the end of 2007. This 11-story contemporary art museum has an ultramodern flair. The plaza outdoors has several creative statues where tourists can take souvenir photos before they even entering the museum. The door of the Art Centre opens out on to a plaza where it is often possible to encounter some street performers. This veritable culture and art center of Bangkok is also a favorite spot for flash mobs.