While I was in Bangkok recently I stumbled upon the most gorgeous little gallery space that is well worth a visit next time you are in Thailand.
It's called the Serindia Gallery, and it's off Charoen Krung Road, right near the corner of Suriwongse.
It's housed in the most beautiful little heritage-styale Thai shopping precinct called O. P. Garden, and it's surrounded by cafes and other fasinating spaces. It's also within walking distance of the always-wonderful Neilson Hays Library (with it's fantastic cafe) and one of my favourite places in Bangkok, the Vietnamese Temple Wat U Phai Rat Bamrung. So you could easily make a whole afternoon of wandering from one fascinating space to another.
While I was there the gallery had the most fantastic exhibition of Taschen's wonderful special editions - great big chunky art books that delight the eye. But soon the gallery is hosting an exhibition of photos of Chinese gymnasts, which I am so sad to be missing. This series of pics will be well worth catching.
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