Part of the exhibition “Spectrosynthesis II: Exposure of Tolerance, LGBTQ in Southeast Asia” in Bangkok. Photo: courtesy of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and Sunpride Foundation Part of the exhibition “Spectrosynthesis II: Exposure of Tolerance, LGBTQ in Southeast Asia” in Bangkok. Photo: courtesy of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and Sunpride Foundation
Part of the exhibition “Spectrosynthesis II: Exposure of Tolerance, LGBTQ in Southeast Asia” in Bangkok. Photo: courtesy of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and Sunpride Foundation
Art

Bangkok hosts biggest ever show of LGBT art from Southeast Asia

  • The exhibition at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, ‘Spectrosynthesis II’, is put on by foundation set up to raise the visibility of LGBT community via art shows
  • Founder Patrick Sun hopes it sends a message to that community ‘that we belong, and don’t have to be secretive about who we really are’

Topic |   Art
Part of the exhibition “Spectrosynthesis II: Exposure of Tolerance, LGBTQ in Southeast Asia” in Bangkok. Photo: courtesy of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and Sunpride Foundation Part of the exhibition “Spectrosynthesis II: Exposure of Tolerance, LGBTQ in Southeast Asia” in Bangkok. Photo: courtesy of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and Sunpride Foundation
Part of the exhibition “Spectrosynthesis II: Exposure of Tolerance, LGBTQ in Southeast Asia” in Bangkok. Photo: courtesy of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and Sunpride Foundation
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