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Finding Art in the Flood


While my hubby and I were in Bangkok last October, we had the chance to drop by the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) and witness the exhibit “Mueng Jom Nam.” There were several paintings on display along with other art expressions in line with the theme.
The exhibit is still open to the public until January 2012.   BACC is located at the Pathumwan Intersection, facing the MBK and Siam Discovery Centres.
As my hubby and I left BACC, I thought that the flood might be threatening to cut short our visit in Thailand but art and yes, life could go on no matter what.
Note: There is no admission fee at the BACC except for special exhibitions.

12 thoughts on “Finding Art in the Flood”

  1. it was great spending time with you and Darryl here in Bangkok, Lors! I agree, this photo says so much about the Thais’ love for art!

    1. At first, it’s like we ask what is it really about? And then the meaning, at least for me, continues to unravel after 🙂 Thanks for welcoming us in Bangkok 🙂

    1. It is true that Bangkok has lots of shopping places but the flow of shopping and of life has really been affected by the flooding. Hopefully things will soon get much better.

  2. Art is beauty and because beauty is everywhere you see, even amidst the flood, for sure there was beauty to be seen. 🙂
    Visiting for WW! Better late than never, right? 😉
    in Trento Agusan Sur
    Fila for Him

  3. loved the white boots 🙂 thank you for sharing. Dropping some love for WW, hope that you can return the favor too.

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