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It seems that everyone has partied themselves out over Songkran, promoters included. And what better way was there to wash the political tensions aside than the world’s biggest water fight? Pistols aside, it also seems that the city is starting to muster some momentum again for events after a pretty quiet start to the year. Let’s hope things continue in this regard. Tonight (Apr 18) sees the opening of Fresh Photo Japan at Goja Gallery Cafe (Sukhumvit Soi 71, fb.com/gojaphrakanong). Presented by Einstein Studio, the show comes in the form of a “Pop-Up Shop”, working like a showcase of young and talented photographers of Japan. It has been put on before, but this time round will feature special packages “Wonder Boxes” and “Art Magazines”, purchasable exclusively at the site. Art will be up until May 4 if you can’t make it tonight. Entry is a big fat “free”, from around 7pm (with a few freebie beers in the mix for the super stealthy).
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