Daniel Arsham A'03


To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Central Embassy takes visitors to the future in "Bangkok 3024", a world-class immersive showcase. "Bangkok 3024" was created by Daniel Arsham, a New York-based artist known for fictional archaeology -- a concept that explores our current era and culture through the perspective of the future.

"Bangkok 3024" runs at Central Embassy, Phloenchit Road, until July 14. Admission is free.

To learn more, please click here.

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