Drum ‘n bass icon Goldie is opening an art gallery later this year in Bangkok’s Charoen Krung area.
The British musician, who now lives in Thailand, will open Aurum Gallery in June at Warehouse 30, an arts space opened several years ago near the Grand Postal Office in the nascent arts district. Warehouse 30 told Coconuts Bangkok Friday afternoon that construction has begun on the new space.
Born Clifford Joseph Price in Walsall, England, 54-year-old Goldie first found fame as a graffiti artist. He played the Wonderfruit Festival in 2018 and relocated to Phuket about five years ago.
Further details were scant, but Mixmag Asia said some of “the world’s most influential artists in the scene will be joining Goldie in exhibiting and selling their work at Aurum including Vhils, Odeith, Barry Reigate, Mode2, Bio, Pam Glew, Crash and more.”
Warehouse 30 was opened three years ago by architect Duangrit Bunnag.