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Home is where the art is, at Ban Pong district in Ratchaburi [Thailand]

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“Around an hour’s drive west of Bangkok, Ban Pong district in Ratchaburi has been turned into a vibrant art gallery, where visitors can explore the town and take selfies with striking works by more than 40 contemporary artists.

Under the Ban Pong City Contemporary Art Development Project by AT Exchange (Art Terminal Exchange), this two-and-a-half month long event will put the district with the postal zip code 70110 on the map.

This is reflected in the title, “70110: Ban Pong Urban Art Terminal #1/2017″, which suggests sequels to the collaboration not only among the artists but the community, who lend the facade of their houses and buildings as canvases for the eye-popping street art.

As a result, local and international artists/designers have showcased their multidisciplinary works such as photographs, paintings, graffiti, installations, live performances and artistic workshops. …”

Read more at the Bangkok Post.

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