Queen Sirikit Art Gallery, Bangkok

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  • We were disappointed by our visit. Apparently no visitors have been expected: the Lady at the box office had to get first changing money at a Bank, the shop was closed, in the Café only espresso could be offered for lack of milk. There were three floors accessible - labels on some impressive paintings were almost exclusively in Thai. We would have to spend more meaningful this afternoon!
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  • 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 paintin...  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 contempor...  more »
  • It's the Queen's Gallery. The majority of the paintings are of the King. They did have a Ukraine artist work on display 4 the floor. The 5 the floor was vacant. They do have an elevator.
  • In May-June there is always an exhibition of graduate students from all over Thailand. There are always a number of brilliant pieces which can be bought from anywhere from £200-2000. It's a great couple of hours to spend there. Plus on the top floor they can often have exceptionally good craft items (figurines, trad inlaid painting, leather, and fabric goods) which are funky.
  • Enjoyed a time wandering through a traditional Art Gallery - some wonderful images here and respect.
  • Cheap admission. Bot contemporary art. But Thai painting. Most about their royal family and the King. If you have nothing to do - it's ok place.
  • Rotated exhibitions is very good, entrance fee is effordable.

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