Renowned DJ, Goldie launches 'AURUM GALLERY’ in Bangkok
International “Arum Gallery” to showcase contemporary, urban, and street art from around the world
Internationally acclaimed British DJ, Musician, actor and artist Clifford Price (MBE) AKA Goldie has just launched Aurum Gallery - a contemporary, urban and street art gallery based in Bangkok. Located in Warehouse 30, a trendy community project in the creative district of Charoen Krung, Bangkok, Aurum Gallery has opened its doors to welcome art lovers since 4th July 2020.
Inspired by New York’s golden era of graffiti culture in the 1980s, the 528sqm gallery will be a celebration of Goldie’s lifetime passion and career as an influential contributor to the art scene, spanning over three decades.
Some of the world’s most influential artists in the scene will be joining Goldie in exhibiting and selling their work at Aurum Gallery, including Vhils, Belin, Saturno, Ben Eine, Odeith, Bio, and Crash to name a few. The gallery will not only exhibit the work of internationally lauded artists, but also hopes to unearth and celebrate a growing and exciting pool of local and regional talent, such as P7, Benzilla, Jecks, and Wal Chirachaisakul.
The gallery is set to exhibit masterpieces such as; Belin’s ‘Mickey Confinament’, Goldie’s ‘Apache Girl’, as well as several works from Vhils’s ‘Matter’ Series, making the gallery a haven for art connoisseurs and collectors.
Aurum Gallery will also house an incredible live workshop space that can showcase these artists in action and provide master classes to aspiring talent. The gallery plans to hold events on a regular basis, allowing art enthusiasts to be completely immersed in the process of creation.
Aurum Gallery intends to be the go-to gallery exhibiting prominent artists within urban, contemporary and street art, as well as become a platform to elevate up-and-coming artists in Thailand and Southeast Asia. By presenting the legendary works of established artists alongside the boundary-pushing pieces by fresh faces, Aurum Gallery hopes to bring something new and exciting to the burgeoning art scene in South East Asia.