Massive outdoor sculpture, larger than life wall paintings and psychedelic video installations are featured at Bangkok’s Art and Culture Centre this month by some insane artists. If you’re in the area it’s definitely worth stopping by. Plus admission is free! Located on the corner of Pathumwan Intersection, facing the MBK and Siam Discovery Centres.
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Tags: bacc, bangkok, bangkok art and culture center, museum
Tags: feet first, photography, tom robins, Travel
Tags: 6th asia pacific triennial, australia, brisbane, contemporary art, gallery of modern art, goma
I was lucky enough to visit the 6th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art featured at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) in Brisbane, Australia. The new exhibition at GOMA is executed beautifully. The shows runs from December 5, 2009 to April 5th, 2010 located on the South Bank of the Brisbane River. Admission: FREE
Here are a few of my favorite highlights: taxidermy reindeer’s covered in crystal balls, wax-made asian men, rooms full of string and ominous film installations with intriguing sound spacing.
Tags: campervan, graffiti, new zeland, street art
Tags: Michelle, new zealand, Travel
I’ve gone rogue for a months traveling the South Pacific with my boy. We’re starting in New Zealand, renting a campervan for 22 days from Wicked. There are more sheep than people in this country and much more countryside than I expected. The towns are considerably small and you could miss them if you’re not paying attention. What a change from the states. Everyone is very friendly and eager to help you out. Yet a very expensive place to travel around. Highlights so far: mineral baths, wine tours on bikes, campervans, glow worm caves and stock car racing.