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Toot Yung Art Centre

12/6 Ekamai Soi 2, Sukhumvit Soi 63 Tue-Sun, 11am-8pm Until Aug 10 Call 02-714-3766

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In the exhibition "The Moonshine Hunter", artist Montri Toemsombat, known for using unconventional mediums and materials, explores Thai roots and culture by using paint made from rice and rubber. This body of work is a result from his two-month artist-in-residence programme in Pattaya, Chon Buri. 

Soi Pipat 2, Convent Road, Silom Open daily 3pm-1am Until Sept 28 Call 02-238-0931

Eat Me restaurant presents a photography exhibition "The House Of The Raja" by Spaniard Xavier Comas. It's a collection of 20 prints from his book by the same title which captures and tells a story of a wooden palace in Thailand's deep South, which was once home to a Malay ruler. 

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