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The Art Bridge gallery is now famous for the mural of the cave boys and their rescuers. It is a fantastic piece of Art that is displayed on the exterior wall of the gallery.
Inside the gallery they are currently running two exhibitions. In particular...More
Give that the building looks so big from the outside, I was surprised that there were only two poorly lit galleries. The lighting in the bottom floor gallery especially didn't serve the art. The art itself was bland- seemed like commercial art or home decor-...More
After a dreadful experience with service in their own restaurant, we thought we might try the gallery. Simple, and mostly rustic art with a couple of Monet/ van Gough wannabes who try not to copy these masters.
A short but interesting visit into an exhibit that seems temporary, which is nice, we'll have to visit again.
The artist was there to tell us about his work.
It was an easy way for me to stop and get my kids aware of art,...More
One of the places we earmarked during a visit to Chiang Rai, and I'm so pleased we stopped off.
An interesting gallery with frequently changing exhibitions. I was really impressed with the exhibits I saw - enjoyed it thoroughly, and some photography was allowed. The...More
Probably not the most exciting attraction in Chiangrai however it had a nice restaurant,good menu, very pleasant staff and a small creek running beside it. A nice way to spend a couple of hours however the displays were a little disappointing
Always has interesting exhibition here. One of the center of Chiangrai artists.
Suitable for art lovers. Gallery and paintings also for sale. Cafe and restaurant on site.
Where there is art, there is life.
There is always exciting exhibitions going on in ArtBridge, but better; The kitchen changes too! And for visitors in Chiang Rai: Go there and enjoy the art, but stop for lunch or dinner and enjoy some of the Lanna food they serve: Excellent! I came...More