Inspired by the bond between child and mother via various mothers’ heartbeats, artists Jonas Dept and Oat Montien performed a live event to celebrate Mother’s Day
Coco Petrachaianan explored the traveling exhibition “Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs” which is on display at the Jim Thompson Art Center from July 15 to October 31, 2017.
As the international art exhibition Documenta 14 is taking place in Kassel, Germany, 2Mag looks back at our conversation between Arin Rungjang and Ou Bhaholyothin on the notion of home and how it contributes to their artistic creation.
2Magazine offers their heartfelt best wishes to the King on this auspicious anniversary of His Majesty's birthday, paying homage to His Majesty's great passions and talents in, among other fields, aviation.
The Bangkok Art Biennale will take place from November 2018 to February 2019. 2Mag breaks down what you need to know about B.A.B. and why it matters.
To celebrate Hermann Hesse’s 140th birthday this week, 2mag looks back at the Nobel laureate’s search for spiritual meaning and decides the best gift for him is... a Fitbit!
Coco Petrachaianan recently sat down with curator Lattapon Korkiatarakul to discuss NOVA Contemporary Gallery’s current exhibition, The Echo of Footsteps, as well as the artistic process and curating gallery shows.
After the massive success of last year’s exciting, engaging, and energetic art exhibition, the 4th edition of Hotel Art Fair offers Bangkok aesthetes the works of 30+ Thai galleries and art collectors on June 24th & 25th.
Ahead of Yen Tech’s highly anticipated live show at BEAM on June 21, we asked him to put together a playlist that would prepare us for a perfectly LIT Bangkok night, a play list he describes as his Bangkok Dreadlist.
Wherever in the world you may be this summer, here’s a guide to finding the best live music venues on Earth.
Whether staying home or leaving on a jet plane for the summer, 2Mag has got you covered with these 5 perfect page-turners to fulfill your sense of wild adventure.
2Magazine returns to our 2015 interview with award-winning filmmaker Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit, along with one of his star actresses, to discuss everything from how it started to his views on fashion.
2Mag celebrates Thomas Mann’s birthday by looking back at one of his finest works, Death in Venice, and considering what it says about his struggle for artistic creation.
The Venice Biennale takes over the entire city of Venice although a major part of the gathering is the main International Exhibition, Arte Viva Arte curated by Christine Macel.
This month we encourage you to take a break from the eardrum shaking, Dolby Digital “talkies” to enjoy the more subtle beauty of classic silent films.
Virtual reality “film” Carne y Arena by Alejandro González Iñárritu has groundbreaking debut at the Cannes Film Festival 2017.
Venice is glorious, rain or shine, flooded or not, and all the more so during the opening week of the Venice Art Biennale.
Each year at the Cannes Film Festival, we remember when Apichatpong Weerasethakul won the Palme d’Or for Uncle Boonmee. We look back at an interview with Apichatpong and his long-time editor, filmmaker Lee Chatametikool, about their ongoing collaboration.
Coco Young sorts through the thousands of artworks on display at Frieze Fair 2017 and reports on the best booth’s from the annual Randall Island, New York City art fair.
Soi Nana’s Craft+Jumble Trail is an aptly named art, music, food, and drink festival. 2Mag gets the lowdown on what’s happening in Chinatown this Sunday (May 14) from artist Micaela Marini Higgs.
Jakkai Siributr challenges viewers to immerse themselves in the realities of ongoing ethnic conflict in Southeast Asia.
Did you forget it was 4/20? Don’t worry, we didn’t—that’s why this was almost published late!
The Thai film, ป่า - The Forest, has its global Netflix premiere on April 26. 2Mag sits down with Director Paul Spurrier to discuss the evolution of film distribution.
Music comes to the valley in the form of the Coachella Music Festival. Film is represented by the Coachella Valley International Film Festival. Now, art has a biennial foothold in the area with Desert X.
A look at our favorite summer sarongs: the perfect attire for Songkran.
2Magazine follows a trail that leads to an abandoned printing press to rediscover the work of Kornkrit Jianipidnan at his latest installation: Paper Trails.
As the prancing horse celebrates 70 years of crafting fine vehicles, 2magazine looks at 7 iconic Ferrari appearance in good, if not great, films.
Exactly one year ago, the world bade farewell to 'Queen of the curve' Zaha Hadid. We bring back the British architect's best buildings in remembrance of her greatness.
Awesome designs at Adfest that deserve a special shoutout.
Before the public opening of Art Basel Hong Kong 2017 the city was already heaving with previews and parties with art titans who converge on the island. 2Mag explores some of them.
Prepare to be shocked, offended, or appalled: not necessarily by the often controversial works of Joan Cornellà but by the fact that you may find them so amusing.
Mon Art du Style at MAIIAM Museum of Contemporary Art brings together the collection of Patsri Bunnag, who was as much a style icon as she was an art collector.
Today is the day that we celebrate women. On International Women’s Day, we recognize the power and greatness of women. If every woman in the world went on strike this day, we wonder what would actually happen. Would the world stop? We think it would—though we will find out very soon when A Day Without A Woman kicks off as America wakes.
The David Bowie Is exhibition has traveled the world, most recently in Tokyo, where it shed light on the Starman who changed the world.
A throwback to the recent Egg Picnic at Wonderfruit: thank you for making our collaborative project between 2Magazine and artist Ong Kongpat a success.
A performance that immerses one into another dimension without once having to leave one’s seat, blurring the line between dreams and memories. Apitchatpong Weerasethakul’s Fever Room, which took place in Yokohama as part of the Tokyo Performance Arts Festival, leaves a lasting impression.
Saks Rouypirom shares insight on his world, including SATI Non-Profit and an art therapy program that was part of the Faces/Now exhibition SKY at Case Space Revolution.
One card can unveil all about you and your spouse-to-be as a couple, whether you're classic, cool, or just plain crazy.
Wonderfruit Art Projects are socially engaging, interactive, performative, site-specific, sustainable, and spectacular. Platforms range widely: from stages, installations, and performances to workshops and art cars.
A talk with the New-York based artist about his current exhibition at NOVA Contemporary, first time in Asia, and favorite part of Bangkok.
Toiletpaper and a room full of spaghetti? Escape the furor of Art Basel Miami while satisfying your morbid desires and questioning your good taste.
Fine jewelry house Lotus Arts de Vivres, in collaboration with book publisher Assouline, opens a Lotus x Assouline bookstore in the gardens of the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel.
Ben Robertson-Macleod on the wonderful world of Wonderfruit.
What’s in store for you as the Chinese New Year rolls around.
Street art enters the gallery as high art: what Monet and a girl in a rabbit costume say about Bangkok.
Following an impressive 2016 that marked his first show in Bangkok and the premier of his film 500,000 Pee at the Venice Film Festival, we look back to an interview we conducted with Chiang Mai-based contemporary artist Chai Siris at the start of last year.
The celebrated film editor and director takes a break from the editing room to share five pivotal films in his life from five different decades.
Images detailing reflection, interaction and aspiration adorn the walls of Case Space Revolution, the new art space above Broccoli Revolution on Sukhumvit Soi 49.
As the apocalypse for all forms of recorded music you can touch draws near, Maft Sai, Bangkok’s resident record junkie, recalls the golden era of London’s vinyl district and tells all about his analog addiction.
The first of our Soundtracks columns, in which we ask creative minds to pair their works with a relevant tune, Ruabai Kanjanavanij picks a soundtrack to his photographic creations in “Burning Love”.
Sugimoto is to photography what Dieter Rams is to product design or Tadao Ando to architecture. Sugimoto breaks down his subjects to their purest components: in the case of coastlines that means water and air.