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Now-26 July, Daily -- 11 AM-8 PM

Vanishing Bangkok: The Changing Face of the City

River City Bangkok Photographer’s Gallery (2nd floor) -- Free

British photographer, Ben Davies uses his camera to present old Bangkok juxtaposed with the city’s rapid urban development. Bangkok’s hidden gems and fragile beauty: Old Customs House, Old Tax Office, Surawong and Charoenkrung neighborhoods. The series of black and white photographs and the accompanying book document Davies’ journey through forgotten parts of Bangkok, capturing its timeless and precious cultural heritage.

For more information please call 02 237 0077 or visit


Now-6 September, Tuesday-Sunday -- 10 AM-7 PM

"The Land of Smiles"

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

The 9th White Elephant Art Award Exhibition themed “The Land of Smiles” will bring together realistic and figurative art pieces to celebrate Thailand’s tranquility and natural wealth, as well as the good spirit, kindness, and generosity of the Thai people. Throughout the history of Thailand, the country’s independence has been safely guarded for future generations by a long line of Thai ancestors. Guided by positivity, Thai people lead a simple, peaceful, and friendly life, as reflected in the radiant sincere smiles on their faces. The exhibition comprises paintings, sculptures, prints, and mixed media of all techniques and materials to showcase these unique characteristics of Thailand.

For more information please call 02-422-2092 or visit


Now-31  December, Daily -- 11 AM-8 PM

Van Gogh: Life and Art

Museum of Digital Art, River City Bangkok 2nd Fl -- 300, 200 Students and Seniors (Early Bird to 3 June)

Hot on the heels of a sellout tour of eight cities, with millions of people immersing themselves in the masterpieces and life of Van Gogh, the ‘Life and Art’ multimedia exhibition is finally here in Bangkok. Study the artist, examine his sketches, read his letters, and visit his bedroom. Wander through his best works, animated in time with poignant music. You’ll leave with a unique insight into his thinking and desires, wanting to pick up a brush and palette to paint your own masterpiece.

For more information and tickets please call 02-237-0077 or visit Tickets are available at the RCB Gallery Shop.


4 July, Saturday -- 4:30 PM
14 July, Tuesday -- 6:30 PM
29 July, Wednesday -- 6:30 PM

Van Gogh & Japan [Exhibition on Screen]
Film in English with Thai subtitles

Alliance Francaise, 179 Witthayu Pathum Wan (Wireless) -- 200, 100 Members

“I envy the Japanese” Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo. In the exhibition on which this film is based – VAN GOGH & JAPAN at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam – one can see why. Though Vincent van Gogh never visited Japan, it is the country that had the most profound influence on him and his art. Visiting the galleries of Japanese art of the 19th century in Paris and then creating his own image of Japan – through in-depth research, print collecting and detailed discussions with other artists – Van Gogh’s encounter with Japanese artworks gave his work a new and exciting direction.

Alliance Française Bangkok partners with River city Bangkok: get a 10% discount on the purchase of a ticket for the movie Van Gogh & Japan or a ticket for the immersive exhibition Van Gogh life and Art by presenting your ticket entry for the other event.

For more information and bookings please visit:
Saturday 4 July 16:30 -
Tuesday 14 July 18:30 -
Wednesday 29 July 18:30 -


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