Thai Art Scene Grows in Opposition to Military Power

March 9th, 2016

Exhibition by artist Jirawut Ueasungkomsate, via ReutersDespite military oppression and censorship in Thailand, Reuters reports on an increasingly strong art scene developing in the nation’s capital, Bangkok.  “It’s because they can’t talk about it that they’re creating,” says Gili Back, a cafe and gallery owner.  “You’ll see a lot more graffiti and street art where people are having their say on walls.”

Read more at Reuters