bacc: Bangkok arts and culture center
One of my favorite places to visit in Bangkok was the Center of Arts and Culture. The first thing I saw was this great graffiti/wall painting exhibit that made the entire building a canvas for self expression. 16 artists (P7, Yuree, ZIDS, Mamafaka, cider, Never, May-T, 01, Tawan, Narissara, Rukkit, Miss Ink, Logan Bay, Wanapracha, TRK, Space Limo.) were invited to paint over the walls of the center ,which structure resembles a snail shell. My lovely discovery this time was this artist which caught my eye and love since that day, her name is Narissara Pienwimungsa, she singed her work as nariss, her work is being shown in many galleries around Bangkok. My photos were a little undercover since cameras are not allowed in the premises (so please shhhh).
These photo collage is via: bacc website, the rest of the photos are my personal ones.
More Narissara Pienwimungsa’s work
Artist still working on exhibit FOR wallpainting 2.
No words to express the flash back childhood memories I had when I ran into this sofa made out of recycled stuffed animals including Snoopy and the amazing Hello Kitty. I even found attached to it the Hello Kitty’s father; amazing work, this is the kind of piece that makes a space totally unique. This sofa is placed in a small store that sells only recycled bags in the shops section at bacc, so it really is right in theme with the product line and simply lovable. I did not sit on it, but I bet they use it with no reservations.
What I loved the most is the majority of Hello Kitties you can find in this sofa, so far I counted 30!, how many can you find? never enough, i wuold say… never enough
Photos via: my Canon G12