Makha Sanewong Na Ayuthaya: Unidentified Familiar Object

Makha Sanewong Na Ayuthaya: Unidentified Familiar Object

22 August – 21 September 2014
Opening Reception: Friday 22 August 2014, 6pm
 
 
 
Makha Sanewong na Ayuthaya is fascinated by everyday objects, their functionality and our dynamic perceptions of them. Simple objects to him are elaborate representational systems—what William Empson called “compacted doctrines”—that embody our beliefs about such things as creativity, [...]

Art Exhibitions

Makha Sanewong Na Ayuthaya: Unidentified Familiar Object »

Makha Sanewong Na Ayuthaya: Unidentified Familiar Object

22 August – 21 September 2014
Opening Reception: Friday 22 August 2014, 6pm
 
 
 
Makha Sanewong na Ayuthaya is fascinated by everyday objects, their functionality and our dynamic perceptions of them. Simple objects to him are elaborate representational systems—what William Empson called “compacted doctrines”—that embody our beliefs about such things as creativity, [...]

Tasty

Food by Opposite Mess Hall »

WTF is now serving a selected menu from Opposite Mess Hall. Come taste!

FOOD by Opposite Mess Hall

Today’s croquettes (2) >100
Today’s bruschetta >250
Today’s tortilla >200
Kimchi & pickles >120
Patatas bravas crispy potatoes, romesco, aioli >120 [v]
Steamed Chinese bun >140 or 3 for 400
>Crispy pork belly, shrimp mayo, pickled cucumber
>Fried tempeh(soybean cake), [...]

Events

RUMBUSTION: DJ Mike The Butcher »

Friday, June 13
9:30pm

DJ MikeThe Butcher brings the fresh cut sounds of the Caribbean & Central America & Nu-Yorcian Latin Boogaloo. Ready to grind some!!
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Bacardi and WTF proudly present “Rumbustion” – a series of creative events sponsored by Bacardi to celebrate the the exuberance of rum! Summer has arrived and we want will concoct creative & [...]

What's New

Thai Movie Posters for sale »

Our walls sport a few movie broadsheets from our collection, but we cannot display them all so we are selling the rest. The posters are all in good condition in the printed art area. The posters all have a broad white border with Thai/Script indicating printer/theatre. The border on most of the posters is frayed [...]