Gaysorn’s new art gallery is also a haven for whisky and cigar aficionados
A wood-framed glass door on the first floor of the recently rebranded Gaysorn Village separates the mall’s boutiques from Duke, a warehouse-like space covered in paintings and sculptures. Hundreds of vibrant artworks and sculptures, from the likes of Sakarin Krue-On and Manit Srisuwan, speckle the raw concrete walls and floor. All were curated by Tawatchai Somkong, editor-in-chief of Fine Art Magazine and a friend of the Water Library Group, the bright minds behind not just Duke, but some of the city’s top food and beverage outlets as well. And that, in fact, should be an indication that this is no ordinary gallery.
Duke also doubles as an exclusive whisky and cigar lounge. At the back of the gallery, behind small tables surrounded by rich leather chairs and sofas, stands a bar stocked with some of the most premium spirits in town, many exclusive to Duke and not all whisky….
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