How to get there

  • Take the BTS Skytrain to Saphan Taksin Station.
  • Walk to Sathorn Pier and board a Chao Phraya Express Boat to N13 Tha Phra Arthit.
  • Walk or take public transport to The Queen's Gallery.

About The Queen’s Gallery

The Queen’s Gallery was ahead of its time when it was established. Now it fits right into the ever growing contemporary art scene in Bangkok.

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The Queen’s Gallery proudly presents “The Best Art Thesis Exhibition 2021” which gathers the thesis art works created by bachelor’s and master’s degree art students in their senior year from 41 institutions nationwide with the total of 155 thesis art.

Even in this year 2021, everyone has been struggling with the COVID-19 outbreak, The Queen’s Gallery still commits to promoting, supporting and publicizing the works of young artists to encourage them in the continuous development of quality Thai art. Although the epidemic situation of COVID-19 makes it impossible to hold the opening ceremony of The Best Art Thesis 2021, the gallery still receives good cooperation from 41 higher educational institutions nation-wide in selecting a total of 155 works from 15 graduate and 140 undergraduate art students to be exhibited. Each work is created according to the expertise of each student, so the exhibition is promised to display the wide array of arts including painting, sculpture, mixed media, installation and digital art. This exhibition therefore helps to spread the reputation of educational institutions and introduce students who are young artists to be known to the public at the same time.

Audiences are welcomed to visit “The Best Art Thesis Exhibition 2021” and to be a part of encouraging and supporting young artists in creating quality works continuously. The exhibition will be on show from 17 May – 18 July 2021 at The Queen’s Gallery, Ratchadamnoenklang Road, Bangkok. Open daily (except Wednesdays) from 10 AM to 7 PM.

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