Art & Culture

“Wonderfruit is not just a music festival. It is a social movement,” proudly state its organizers. A true open-air laboratory, this eco-chic music festival tries to develop a positive influence by offering programming that’s both sharp and anti-commercial, while focusing on sustainability. 
Want to watch a movie or read a book, but you’re not inspired or just a bit lost in front of the immensity of choice? In order to guide you through, the prescription of producers and booksellers represents a perfect way for (re)discovering some work of art. The concept of...
With a stroke of pencil as precise as it is humorous, Ingo Fast draws illustrations for a number of prestigious media publications. After Berlin, New York and two world tours, the artist has decided to take his drawing boards to the banks of the Chao Praya and has created the...
For years, Dr. Apinan Poshyananda has been a key figure in contemporary art in Thailand. Latitudes met with him at his new headquarters at the BACC (Bangkok Art and Culture Center) to discuss the next Bangkok Art Biennale, which he initiated and for which he is the Artistic Director.
Not knowing how to draw or paint, the artist Nakrob Moonmanas creates collages in which Western and Thai influences are constantly merging in order to render the hermetic concept of “Thainess” more intelligible.
Chosen along with Cart’1 among the first to be invited to the Tao Festival in order to create the visual setting for the festivities, the Thai graffiti artist Patcharapol Tangruen – alias Alex Face – has by now become famous throughout the world for his Mardi character.