Exhibition / Now 20 July - 29 October 2023 How Many Worlds Are We A group Exhibition Curated by Alexandre Melo Ayrson Heráclito (Brazil), Jonathas de Andrade (Brazil), Lyno Vuth (Cambodia), Pratchaya Phinthong (Thailand), Soe Yu Nwe (Myanmar), Tawatchai Puntusawasdi (Thailand), Torlarp Larpjaroensook (Thailand), Vasco Araújo (Portugal), Wantanee Siripatananuntakul (Thailand), Yonamine (Angola) Exhibition / Past 24 June - 02 October 2022 Germaine Krull: The Return of the Avant-Gardist Co-Curated by Maren Niemeyer, Goethe Institut Director, Bangkok and Anna-Catharina Gebbers, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin Co-organised by Goethe-institut Thailand and The Jim Thompson Art Center Exhibition / Past 11 March - 30 June 2023 Uncountable Time Uncountable Time, the group exhibition by Thai artists present video, photography, and installation works refer to the notion of “Duration” or uncountable time. Exhibition / Past 08 December - 28 February 2023 Dream day Curated by Melanie Pocock and Kittima Chareeprasit A exhibition organised in collaboration with Ikon and MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum at Jim Thompson Art Center Exhibition / Past 08 December - 28 February 2023 Utopia Now By Kay Walkowiak (Austria) In collaboration with Teerawat Kage Mulvilai (Thailand) Curated by Stephanie Damianitsch (Austria) Exhibition / Past 03 November - 27 November 2022 Unfolding Kafka Festival 2022 Unfolding Kafka Festival is a biennial platform for outstanding international artistic exchanges that enrich contemporary arts in Thailand. The grotesque universe of Franz Kafka blurs the line between human and non-human by allowing us to reflect on the otherness through humanized creatures. The 4th edition of the festival brought together international artists from multifaceted backgrounds to share their diverse approaches to conceptual creation. Exhibition / Past 24 June - 02 October 2022 News From Yesteryear Curated by Bruno Lemercier, Senior Conservator, James H.W. Thompson Foundation, Bangkok Exhibition / Past 17 March - 05 June 2022 Shadow Dancing Shadow Dancing: Where Can We Find a Silver Lining in Challenging Times? is a follow-up exhibition to Challenging Time, Artists and Curatorial Exchange, and Research Residency Program between Thailand and Taiwan 2020, an experimental online exchange and artists’ research residency under a tele-collaboration between the Jim Thompson Art Center in Bangkok and Hong Gah Museum in Taipei. Apart from expanding the existing network between Thailand and Taiwan's art communities, this exhibition functions as a collaboration between curators, artists, and specialists, including audiences; it is a collective composition that advocates the value of conversation, connectivity, and compassion as a model for being in this world during the current challenging times. Exhibition / Past 27 November - 21 November 2022 Future Tense FUTURE TENSE is the inaugural exhibition of the new Jim Thompson Art Center (JTAC) and is being held to celebrate the completion of the building, which has been under construction since 2018. The 14 participating artists present works that deal with the aftermath of the Cold War, the remnants of which still resonate today. It is also reflexive in the sense that the artists have considered their own beliefs, judgments and artistic practices during the research process. Exhibition / Past 07 March - 18 June 2017 People, Money, Ghosts People, Money, Ghosts (Movement as Metaphor) explores how the travel and migration of populations and industries, ideas and spiritual beliefs, aesthetics and technologies, and artists themselves are continually remaking our world—within and beyond the region we call Southeast Asia—and how this is manifested in the practices of the exhibiting artists. That is, the exhibition is about the process of movement itself as the hinge on which the works turn, rather than about questions that can be said to inhere in any single location. All of the exhibited works were created not in the artists’ ‘home’ cities, but rather in distant sites charged with locally-specific meanings, both historical and contemporary. Exhibition / Past 02 November - 19 February 2017 The game Continuing our focus on regional perspective, the Jim Thompson Art Center is pleased to present The Game | Viet Nam by LE Brothers, the twin artists based in Hue, Vietnam, and curated by Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani, an Italian curator based in London.