Today I am going to introduce you an art gallery (and creative space) in Asok area named Koi Art Gallery. This art gallery is not big like BACC; it is like a house which has 2 floors.
The gallery is located in an alley (soi), so it is a little bit difficult to find. Anyway, you can get the map from its website.
While I was walking to the gallery, the colorful elephant at the entrance of the gallery caught my eyes first. And the gallery sign is next to the elephant.
Inside the gallery, there are two spaces on the first floor and one more space on the second floor. This gallery presents contemporary works from both Thai and foreign artists. Unfortunately, I was not allowed to take photo inside the gallery. You can check the current and upcoming exhibitions from its website.
Update: July 2014
Location: 245 Sukhumvit Soi 31, Wattana
Entrance fee: Free
How to get there: The nearest BTS station is Asok. The nearest MRT station is Sukhumvit. From there, you can walk to the gallery. it takes around 15-20 minutes (See the map here).
Opening Hours: Tuesdays to Sundays from 11:00 to 19:00
Have you ever been to Koi Art Gallery? Or any other art Gallery in Bangkok? Do you like it? Share your experience with me in the comment!