This article extolls the virtues of the opening exhibitions of the Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre. Over nine floors a wide range of exhibitions are staged which range from historical archive photography of the royal family of Thailand, a collection of costumes and makeup relating to Khon dancing, a display of babies lullabies as well as the work of well known visual artists.
There is a review of one of the exhibitions entitled ' Unsung Melody in a Lullaby' which celebrates the contribution of mothers in society. This takes the form of many breast related works and concludeds with 1992's Silence from the Bosom and sacred Power by Montien Booma.
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