BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY believes in conversation, community and diversity, and sees beauty and value in contemporary culture. Founded by Akapol Op Sudasna and Supamas Phahulo in 2015, the gallery is one of a few purposely built commercial art galleries in Bangkok. Situated in Sathorn Soi 1 right by Lumpini Park in the between the commercial and business district. A hybrid between commercial art gallery and project space for immersive experience of Contemporary Arts.
BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY is open to all types of exhibition formats including installation art, illustration, painting, sculpture, photography, video, live performance and more. Paying more attention to the idea that contemporary art should be able to communicate to a wider audience attracting different types of people to the gallery to embrace art, various ways of thinking and expression, share experiences and information through diverse programming. To learn how to respect and understand one another’s viewpoints. By supporting visionary artists from emerging to mid-career, the gallery acts as a platform for discussion, bridging people from different backgrounds and generations and to open up to alternative ways of thinking.
BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY believes Contemporary art plays a vital role in today’s society. It has ability to draw a map of the future. Contemporary art opens us up to different perspectives, having a boarder understanding not only of ourselves but the world we inhabit.
In 2016, co-founded BANGKOK ART BOOK FAIR alongside two designers.
In 2018, the founders started OPEN FIELD, a non-profit organization, which for its first project is supporting Ghost:2561. As well as co-founded Ghost Foundation, a foundation supporting video and performance art.