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Been here for the university exhibition and it was inspiring.
The gallery is huge!
If you don’t have a lot of time in Bangkok you can maybe skip it if there isn’t an exhibition you’re interested in as they all change!
Interesting exhibits, just don't expect to see any that are mentioned in the reviews since they change regularly. But they are all interesting and worth a visit anyway, so don't miss it. Good for families (not with very young kids), teens, seniors, etc.
Entrance is 50 baht, which is pretty hard to go wrong with. Exhibits are regularly changed. Current exhibit is entirely paintings of Princess Chulabhorn, mostly of tigers, leopards, and butterflies. The fourth floor has some wonderful interactive exhibits. Worth an hour or so of time.
The Queen’s Gallery consists of 5 floors holding mostly special exhibits. There are quite a few royal portraits of all kinds. The special exhibits included a variety of styles from traditional painting to abstract art. My only criticism would be that they need to redo...More
From the exterior, the gallery looks unimpressive. However, the interior is nicely laid out with plenty of open space and an impressive atrium of sorts. There are three main levels featuring contemporary art by local Thai artists. Some of the art is political, some addresses...More
Good design. But when I went most of the work was dedicated to the king, as this was the going exhibition. I'm not too keen on all this unctuous treatment of a monarchy. The paintings were however of high quality.
I like the idea of the place, to provide space to various local artists, but the issue is that there are too many things displayed... So it becomes messy and the few good pieces are a bit spoiled by the lack of space. It is...More
A good gallery featuring all the details what the King and Queen had done in order to improve the livelihood of the hill tribes in Thailand.
Well worth the ticket price of 50 baht per person. I came out more knowledgeable and know a little...More