7th floor, Centre of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University Until Nov 1 Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 9am-4pm Call 02-218-2965
Named after a popular Thai saying meaning "to make friends with the wife or family of a party for the purpose of personal gain", "Tii Tai Krua" is the latest project by painter Tawan Wattuya. Painting over 100 live models in watercolour, Tawan worked with fully-clothed people, although the result is a mass of naked bodies.
139/5 Witthayu Road Tue-Sun 10am-7pm Until Oct 31 Call 086-601-7111
Chayanich Muangthai's "Burnt Heart" is about explosive madness. Deploying intaglio printing techniques, Chayanich uses fire to create lines, traces and textures to convey her inner emotions. Her main concept is how burning is not a form of destruction, but a rebirth, something which gives new meaning to the world.
DOB Hualamphong Gallery
Rama IV Road Open Tue-Sat 10.30am-7pm, Sun 10.30am-5.30pm Until Oct 27 Call 02-237-5592_4
Presenting the beauty of nature through graphic art, "Life In Nature" is an exhibition by four emerging printers. Curated by Somporn Rodboon, these artists present their works through various techniques, from mixed-media prints by Jerawit Surtsit, silk screen prints by Joshua Parry, colourful woodcuts by Chaiya Wannalert to refined woodcut prints by Surasak Sornsena.
Koi Art Gallery
Sukhumvit Soi 31 Open daily 11am-7pm Until Oct 30 Call 02-662-3218
"Games Of Desire" is the title of a solo exhibition featuring the latest works by rising Thai artist Kowit Wattanarach, who captures the essence of temptation through oil paintings, emphasising beauty and the use of subliminal symbols and bold sexual connotations in a series of breathtaking images.