BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY seeks excellence, supports the emerging, and encourages potential. Believing in no hierarchy of all artistic forms and ideas, the gallery serves multiple objectives of art as advocacy. 

The dedicated exhibition-making is distinguished by engaged conversations and researches rooted in the characteristic iteration of preeminent artists. Not only serving as an exhibition space, the gallery is determined to propose new concepts, subjectivities, and social imaginaries through collaborations. Aspiring to support the spirit of youth, the gallery also encourages young practitioners to realize their own capacities in the long term. In addition to exhibition-making, BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY also celebrates and collaborates with artists whose practices involve the time-honored method of printing.

Founded by Akapol Op Sudasna and Supamas Phahulo in 2015, BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY has fused conversations, communities, and cultural plurality into a hybrid of project space and commercial gallery situated in the heart of Bangkok city.

In 2016, in partnership with STUDIO 150, BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY co-founded BANGKOK ART BOOK FAIR.

In 2018, the gallery founded OPEN FIELD, a non-profit organization, to support knowledge production and contemporary culture. Ghost:2561 is the first initiative supported by OPEN FIELD.

In 2019, The BOOKSHOP LIBRARY turns the front gallery into a common space offering handpicked publications from all over the world for visitors to read and get lost into new ideas.

13/3 Sathorn 1
South Sathorn Road
Thung Mahamek
Bangkok, Thailand 10120

  • Wednesday 13:00-18:00
  • Thursday 13:00-18:00
  • Friday 13:00-18:00
  • Saturday 13:00-18:00
  • Sunday Closed
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed

Car parking at 123 Parking
Lumphini MRT Station
(Exit 2)