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THE MYSTERY SHACK 999 | Bangkok Biennial

Exhibition Dates: 25 August – 16 September 2018 Curator: Nawin Nuthong Exhibiting Artists: Napat Vatanakuljaras, Jirapat Vatanakuljaras, Anon Chaisansook, Pimpimol Lertwongweerachai, Poom Nuthong & Akkarawin Krairiksh. The Mystery Shack 999 The Mystery Shack 999 serves as a portal to other dimensions, blurring the boundaries between virtual and physical. The area in which reality and non-reality […]

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WEEKEND STAGE: Exhibition by Soopakorn Srisakul | Bangkok Biennial

Solo exhibition of Thai photographer Soopakorn Srisakul, curated by Dhanainun Dhanarachwattana, at Jam, 22 September – 28 October 2018. A new experimental photography series by Soopakorn Srisakul, showing the 2 seemingly disparate worlds of his professional life as an architectural photographer and his domestic life with his transgender girlfriend in their cosy apartment. Creating a juxtaposition by collaging […]

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PORTRAITS OF SOLITUDE by Arur Kokk

Portraits of Solitude, a pop-up exhibition of Arur Kokk, 27-28 September 2018 at Jam Cafe, downstairs in the bar. Athanasios Kokkinos is self-taught Greek-Australian artist, currently based in Australia. His series Portraits of Solitude ‘could be anyone or no one’, drawing from his everyday life, thoughts feeling, readings and the subconscious. “I find a healing power […]

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FOUND FUSION – Exhibition of Darnuiparnui

Solo exhibition of Darnuiparnui, 15 June – 1 July 2018 at Jam Cafe Bangkok. Second generation Thai temple builder/artist Darnuiparnui whose psychedelic work denotes ruptures in reality, peeling back layers one by one, revealing other dimensions. This action at first can seem quite violent and confronting. The truth often is. Observing his work is like watching the […]

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ABANDONIA – Photography Exhibition of Dax Ward

Photography exhibition 18 May – 8 June 2018 at Jam Cafe Bangkok of American urban explorer/photographer Dax Ward, as he documents forgotten cultural institutions and venues across Thailand, including stand-alone cinemas, a nightclub, an art gallery and a shopping mall. This selection is from his ongoing Abandonia project of abandoned spaces and curiosities from around […]

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LIVING SOULS – Exhibition of Worrawut Laowo

Solo exhibition of contemporary Thai artist Worrawut Laowo at Jam Cafe, 23 March – 11 May 2018.  Worrawut Laowo explores aspects of the soul: naive, dark, honest, queer and beautiful.   LIVING SOULS – Artist Statement In its most basic sense, the word ‘soul’ means ‘life’, either physical or eternal. Contrary to ‘spirit’ which usually refers only […]

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YAN PHAHANA – Photography Exhibition of Ryo Ogawa

Photography exhibition by Japanese skater, Ryo Ogawa, 3 February – 17 March 2018, at Jam Cafe. As Bangkok city slowly phases out bus conductors, this show serves as a documentation of this city’s current buses and its people. ve·hi·cle (noun) 1. a thing used for transporting people or goods, especially on land, such as a car, truck, […]

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MAO MAK MAG 3 – Graham Meyer Photography Zine

11 November – 3 December 2017 Taking over both floors of Jam, Graham Meyer’s photography zine launch party and solo exhibition included over 500 photos, an audio installation and a DIY drunken photo booth. This was our largest exhibition to date at Jam. With the first in the zine series already sold out, MAO MAK […]

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GIFTS IN LIFE & DEATH – Exhibition of Lindsay Schenk

Photography exhibition of Lindsay Schenk, 7-11 October 2017 at Jam. Whilst spending time with the local Toraja and Tengger communities in Indonesia, Lindsay Schenk documents their traditional rituals.   GIFTS IN LIFE & DEATH – ARTIST STATEMENT Age-old traditions that may initially astonish the outsider become meaningful and moving when explored below the surface and with […]

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POKCHAT WORASUB – Solo Show

Pokchat Worasub’s first solo photography exhibition, 21 March – 18 April 2015 at Jam. Pokchat’s compelling juxtapositions of the naked human body against barren and industrial landscapes are often anything but glamorous.   ARTIST STATEMENT The pictures are mostly about people, focusing on girls. These unidentified girls have their own characters and uniqueness but share […]

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