KoAs Thais bid their final farewell to King Bhumibol Adulyadej with the royal cremation ceremony on Thursday 26th October 2017, artists across the kingdom have been celebrating the life and work of the ‘People’s King’ through art.

Currently there are art exhibitions open to the public at Silpakorn University, the National Gallery, Bangkok Art & Culture Centre, and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA).

Art work created from multiple choice test paper, ONET tests, Thailand


Photographys remembering HM King Bhumibol`s life and work.

Through King Bhumibol’s camera lens


Daniel is an English Literature graduate from the University of London who has spent the past 20 years living and working in Southeast Asia. Passionate about education, health care, sustainable development, equality and human rights, Daniel is a regular contributor to Asian Correspondent, Ajarn, The Educator and Bangkok Post.

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