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Serindia Gallery is located in one of Bangkok’s oldest neighbourhoods, Soi Charoen Krung 36, by the Chaophraya River, only steps from the Mandarin Oriental, the French ambassador’s residence and other historic landmarks. The gallery occupies a post-colonial style home that was once Thailand’s first Wild Life Preservation Office, with charming original teakwood floors and low-rise mezzanine that serves as a small library, showcasing books on Asian arts.
Founded in 2009 by Shane Suvikapakornkul as an extension of his eponymous publishing company, Serindia Gallery has since staged more than thirty quality exhibitions by both international and Thai artists in various media – paintings, prints, photography, sculpture, and other design objects. A stop at Serindia Gallery while in Bangkok is to experience a great space and fine exhibitions, an ideal source for local and emerging talents from the region.