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About Us

Subhashok the Arts Centre

was founded by Subhashok Angsuvarnsiri, a collector of many decades and an avid supporter of Thai contemporary art. We promote young and emerging Thai and South East Asian contemporary artists to the international audience, with the aim to bring our culture to the global stage.

Bird Eye View

Exhibition by Four remarkable artists

Date: 19 October – 18 November 2018
Opening Reception: 19 October 2018, 6:00 PM
Subhashok The Arts Centre, Bangkok
At Arts Centre Bldg., 1st floor


A Video and Performance Art Series

Date: 11 – 28 October 2018
Subhashok The Arts Centre, Bangkok
At Arts Centre Bldg., 2nd floor

Our Qualities

With three in-house curators

we are confident in our knowledge in the Thai contemporary art. Unlike traditional gallery spaces, our gallery promotes a friendly and welcoming experience for all visitors and our staff are always on site to assist. Private tours are very welcome with advanced booking. We are constantly engaging with the local community, with regular workshops and education programs throughout the year.

Ambitious: we strive to be the best in Thai contemporary art0%
Focus: we focus on what we know well, offering expertise in the field of Thai contemporary art0%
Commitment to customers, to meet your satisfaction and exceed your expectations0%
Commitment to educating and providing access to art for the public0%

Artist of the Month


(Born1984), is a young artist who takes his work seriously, putting in years of research to develop its best sense of poetic quality.
For his most recent exhibtion, Hero, Surapong spent two years living in construction sites to record and study the lives of the construction works.

Surapong started the project with the belief that,” When you are feeling unfortuante, look at other people who are less privileged than you are”, and so he began his observation. What was revealed, however, was a new philosophy towards life; to appreciate what you have and to have hope for tomorrow.

Surapong channeled the inspiration of this philosophy to empower and glorify the physical builders of Thai society. Surapong’s work is characterized by large hands and feet, which symbolize the strength and power of the labor profession. He adds character and authenticity to the paintings by adding found-on-site materials and dark ink colors.


A Solo Exhibition By Kittisak Kaewduk

Date: 6 October – 18 November 2018
Opening Reception: 6 October 2018, 6:00 PM
Subhashok The Arts Centre, Bangkok
at Gallery Bldg., 1st – 3rd floor

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A Solo Exhibition By Arnont Nongyao

Date: 29 September – 31 October 2018
Opening Reception: 29 September 2018, 6:00 PM
S.A.C. Art Lab, Chiang Mai
at Exhibition Space, 2nd floor


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