Current Exhibition

DIASPORA: Exit, Exile, Exodus of Southeast Asia

In light of the current interest in global migration and displacement compelled by humanitarian crises worldwide, MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum is proud to present DIASPORA: Exit, Exile, Exodus of Southeast Asia.

March 4 – October 1, 2018

Past Exhibition

The Poetic Language of Flowers

A flower arrangement exhibition
Demonstration of flower arrangements
on February 3, 2018 at 4.30 pm.

Past Exhibition

Shone Puipia: Antwerp 2012-2016

MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum is pleased
to invite you to the opening ceremony of “Shone Puipia:
Antwerp 2012-2016” on Saturday, 9 December 2017.
The exhibition is open to the public
from 2 – 18 December 2017.

Past Exhibition

The Cosmic Dance of the Paintbrush

Lalan, a Chinese female artist who resided in Paris for almost fifty years, is known for her multitalented creative works as a composer, a dancer, a choreographer, a director, a writer , a poet, and a painter. She is the female painter of an era where Western influences fused with Eastern inspirations.

Past Exhibition


An exhibition on contemporary art from the Golden Peninsula. Ranging from different time periods, works of art as well as cultural representations of the ‘Patani Region’ from 27 artists have been selected—both locals and those engaged with issues relevant to the area in question.

Past Exhibition

Mon Art Du Style

An exhibition featuring garments and accessories from the wardrobe of Patsri Bunnag with new artworks and key pieces from the museum archives. Curated by Pring Bunnag, scenography by Ampol Jiramahapoka

Past Exhibition

The Timeless Present Moment Exhibition
by Kamin Lertchaiprasert

MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum is proud to present a solo exhibition, Kamin Lertchaiprasert: Timeless Present Moment, a retrospective with selected artworks from two periods in the artist’s life. For the past thirty-six years, Lertchaiprasert has continued to create artworks as a means to find the value and meaning of life. Not only as a form of meditation, the artist also considers art as a process to discover human values within oneself and the absolute truth.

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