The Gallery today occupies an impressive 6 story building. The interior space offers elegance, tranquility and an intimate setting for all art lovers.
With over 3,000 square meters of space offers plenty of opportunity to leisurely and comfortably view the pieces on display. Sombat Permpoon Gallery recently completed the refurbishment of its 400-square-meter second floor. This new space is dedicated to outstanding current artists, with no limits in terms of media. The gallery’s policy is to promote the use of art in terms of generating dialogue on aspects of contemporary culture.
It is proudly the largest gallery in the country, with the most extensive collection of Thai art spanning both established and emerging artists.
1st floor gallery displays striking works of bronze sculptures and paintings ranging from pioneers of Thai modern art to the raising artists in a contemporary world.
2nd floor 400-square-meter space is dedicated to outstanding current artists, with no limits in terms of media. The gallery aims to promote the use of art in terms of generating dialogue on aspects of contemporary culture.
3rd floor exhibits works from Worraidd Riddhagni. The painter/writer is one of the pioneers of modern art in Thailand and known as the master of the Buddhist Philosophical Painting. Worraiddh’s works was published on various documents including, Ten Contemporary Thai Artists by John Hodgkin, Golden Jubilee Art Exhibition: 50 years of Thai Art and the Fine Art Magazine.
4th floor presents selection of master works where post – impressionism, cubism and surrealism are harmoniously combined with traditional Thai paintings.
5th floor displays a masterpiece collection of many most historically important artists in Thailand