Gallery VER


This vast experimental art space has hosted a variety of work by both established and emerging local artists, sometimes with a subversive lean. In 2017, the gallery was raided by the Thai military and five pieces deemed 'threatening to the peace and security of the nation' were removed. An art-themed cafe on the premises often hosts talks and workshops.

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