Exhibit gathers the best of street art

Art lovers are invited to immerse in a kaleidoscope of colours, shapes and narratives that adorn the walls of Tang Contemporary Art during “In And Out – Urban Expressions Across Borders” until Jan 10.

The mesmerising exhibition is meant to be a testament to the evolving intersection of street art and the traditional gallery space, where the canvas serves is concrete walls that unveil street atmosphere across different continents.

The show creates a dialogue that challenges preconceived notions of art and its place in society as a selection of artists from different contexts have breathed life into the gallery, transforming it into a dynamic street where each piece tells a story of rebellion, expression and urban resilience, a statement for diversity and innovation.

An acrylic on canvas by Benzilla. Tang Contemporary Art

The artists include Ben Eine, Himbad and The London Police from the UK; JBRock and Stefano Phen from Italy; Muklay and Ryol from Indonesia; and Benzilla from Thailand.

From the intricate stencils of international sensations to the raw energy of local talents, the exhibition encapsulates the global pulse of street art. It aims to express a message that overcomes the conceptual limits of an art exhibition.

Each artist contributes a distinct chapter to the larger streets’ narrative, weaving together a tapestry that transcends geographical boundaries and speaks to the universal language of creativity.

Tang Contemporary Art is located at Room 201-206 of River City Bangkok, Charoen Krung 24, and opens Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 7pm.

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