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upcoming ExhibitioNS

OHM, "New Territory", June 5-25
Reception with the Artist
June 5, 2015 7-11 pm

current ExhibitioN

MUSE: Featuring the impressionist works of Elizabeth Romhild and Surrealist works of Aof Smith curated by Kimberly T. Henry.
exhibition May 13 - 19, 2015

Reception with the Artists
May 13, 2015 7-10 pm


Pervious ExhibitioN

NICk Mcgrath,"Light, compass, Magical Istanbul" exhibition April 23 - May 7, 2015

Reception with the Artist
April 23, 2015 7-10 pm

"Transgender "
April 12-23, 2015

Transgender is the state of one's gender identity or gender expression not matching one's assigned sex, which does not mean one’s sexuality or sexual orientation. Gender is another dimension of culture. Therefore, the understanding of gender is the door to understand human relationship that uses “gender” as a tool for social organization. Behaviors, values, and beliefs regarding gender in each society greatly affect and define how people express their own identities and uniqueness, as well as how people react differently to genders.

The differences definitions of gender also show the differences between “behaviors” and “sexual activities”. Sexual identities and gender roles are concrete concepts that can be clearly seen in every day’s life, on which normally involve biological sex; for example, love-making is an action while gender expression – whether as a man, a woman, or a transgender – is a matter of gender as defined by the society. However, there is still another dimension to the word gender – the abstract term. It is the matter of mind and thought. This dimension is known as sexuality – meaning sexual interest and attraction for another person; sometimes referring to sexual orientation or sexual ideology.
A sexual attraction between members of the same sex or gender is called homosexuality; between persons of opposite sex or gender is called heterosexuality; while toward both males and females is called bisexuality.

Though in the present, the viewpoint toward the transgender in general has positively changed on which the society has accepted the variety of genders more. However, the life conduct of transgender is still unequally treated in various aspects which can be seen many times in the media.


December 10, 2015 - January 3, 2015

Reception with the Artist,
December 10, 2014
7-10 pm

Curated by David Clarke
Head of Photography Emeritus, Tate

Work by the following Photographers:

Erik Almas, K.M. Asad, Ernesto Benavides, Sarah Borst, Renée C. Byer, Alfredo Casas, Rahat Amin Chowdhury, Chris Crisman, Rudi Dundas, Aristide Economopoulos, Dave Engledow, Malgorzata Fober, Francesc Fratto, Troy Goodall, Sabine Hartl & Olaf-Daniel Meyer, Maxine Helfman, Matt Hoyle, Joseph Goh Meng Huat, Wei Jen, Hengki Koentjoro, Mark Mawson, Didier Mayhew, Stephen McCarthy, Paolo Messina, Paolo Messina, Tseng Chi Ming, RJ Muna, Nish Nalbandian, Nick Ng, Mattia Passarini, Madame Peripetie, Tine Poppe, Alessandro Puccinelli, Sandro, Lisa Sibley, Larry K. Snider, Akira Takaue, Paul Wakefield, Oliver Weiken, Xiaoxiao Xu, Erberto Zani, Barbara Zanon, Alessandro Zanoni.

China-IPA Best of Show:
Curated by: Mr. zhensheng Li

Yuxi Si, Wangjing, Guanghua Yu, Wanglu, Jiashuo, Zengyi, CheeKeong Lim, Shuliang Xia, Joseph Hsu, Tianqiutao Chen , CheeKeong Lim, Wangqing, Siyuan Gao, Dengwei Zhang, Mingmin Zhang, Chengbin Zhang, Siyuan Gao, Jinjun Di, Ajax Lee, ZeqiLiu and Chenrui



November 20-27, 2014

Reception with the Artist,
November 20, 2014
7-10 pm


Classic nude photography of transgender models in black and white

Woman Touch, Olga Volodina's first exhibition in Bangkok, was a simple yet exciting way to express the beauty of a nude female body through the medium of black and white photography. MTF exhibition is a kind of sequence project that utilize the same aesthetic of sensual mood to show transgender bodies as an art object.

In the civilized modern world, a choice of sexual orientation is the right of every human. People learn how to live among the variety of opinions, attitudes and sexual preferences.
In general we have to learn tolerance.

As long as transgenders have been existing artists and
photographers mostly use this phenomenon in art to provoke or shock their audience with documental realism often
underlined with some strong social meanings.

Photographer Olga Volodina chose another way.
She prefered the style of classic black & white nude
photography that doesn’t attract with its play of colors and devoid of any social context . Here attention to composition, lighting and the beauty of a not-so-obvious-yet human body is more important. There are just calm and sensual nude
pictures shot the same way as classic nude female
photography. It lets a viewer to keep attention undistracted and see the beauty of a transgender body the same way as a male or female naked body.

July 5-25, 2014

Reception with the Artist,
July 5, 2014
7-10 pm

Rooftop Gallery is proud to present Christophe Loviny’s intimate documentation of life inside of the Saint Marie de Lagrasse abbey, after its restoration in 2004 as a place of worship by the Canons Regular of the Mother of God - a community of 34 young Catholic monks.

Famous for its historically rich classical architecture and serene location in the heart of the Cathare country, the abbey of Lagrasse is a place dedicated to retreat, contemplation and charity. It is known for its pristine medieval gardens, watched over by Brother Bernard and three other gardeners in the community. The abbey is welcome to pilgrims on retreat and shelters the less fortunate.

Christophe Loviny is a French photojournalist known for shooting stories of human will and compassion. He is the artistic director of the Yangon Photography Festival and founder of the Angkor Photography Festival.

February 12- March 30, 2014

Reception with the Artist,
February 11, 2014
7-10 pm

Best of show, Photo awards, IPA

Karma Sirikogar
Abstract/Surrealist paintings
January 8- February 8, 2014

Reception with the Artist,
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
7-10 pm

Karma Sirikogar

Pervious Exhibition

Premier Exhibition of Winning photographs from Px3 2013 ANNUAL competition 
25 December 2013 7-9 Pm

25 December 2013 - January 7, 2014

Pervious Exhibition

Diana Markosian
Goodbye my Chechnya
November 12, December 10, 2013

Reception with the Artist,
Tuesday November 12, 2013 7- 10 pm


Pervious Exhibition

Renee Jacobs
August 31 - October 31, 2013

Reception for the Artist
August 31, 2013
7:00 - 9: 00 pm

rene jacobs


Pervious Exhibition:

Lillian Suwanrumpha
June 15 - July 31, 2013

Reception for the Artist
Saturday, June 15, 2013
7:00 - 9: 00 pm

Bangkok – The Rooftop Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition of multi-media works featuring international Thai artists. The “Night Shift” curated by Yvonne Liang will run from May 10, 2013 – June 10, 2013 with an artists' reception on May 10th, from 7-9:30 p.m. The opening night will also feature a live mural video installation by Vinni Kiniki and Deyan Raykov.

The artists featured in the "Night Shift" show include: Withit Chanthamarit, Benya Hegenbarth, Thapphawut Parinyapariwat, Ohm Phanphiroj, P7, Ponlawat Poungsiri, Ekkarat Punyatara, Miti Ruangkritya, and Cherdwood Sakolaya.

Each body of work deals with a different aspect of night life ranging from images of lonesome beggars on a moonlit street to restless party-goers caught in a candid moment. The night time photographic pieces are inspired by urban life, exploring the diversity of human activity and inactivity that occurs in the night. A myriad of human emotions are captured by these skilled artists. Color and light are also major driving forces in their works.

Renowned Bangkok artist and designer P7 has also created an exclusive painting for this exhibition under the night life theme.

March 9 - April 20, 2013

Reception for the Artist
Saturday , March 9, 2013  
7:00 - 10: 00 pm

Johanna Keimeyer & Martin Nicholas Kunz, Berlin
February 5 - March 6, 2013

Reception for the Artists
Tuesday February 5, 2013  
7:00 - 10: 00 pm

November 23 - December 31, 2012 
sacred Ink
Reception for the Artist Friday,
November 23, 2012  
6:00 - 10: 00 pm

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