139/5 Witthayu Road Tue-Sun, 10am-7pm Nov 22-Dec 25 Call 086-601-7111
Galerie N presents "In Change" by Boonchuay Kerdree. In this exhibition, he employs mixed-media painting to portray his experiences and highlight how change always occurs in life. The artist uses symbols to express the condition or the moment of internal quietness. Sometimes it is an unknown sentiment that arises from unexpected circumstances, one that lingers in the subconscious and defies explanation. Today's world is full of conflicting and bewildering changes; mankind is undergoing a metamorphosis, as is Mother Nature, and a balance is being sought. The exhibition doesn't aim to criticise society; it just reflects the reality of change in every breath, in every moment.
Rotunda & Garden Gallery
Neilson Hays Library, Surawong Road Saturday-Dec 2 Tues-Sun, 9am-5pm Call 02-233-1731
Neilson Hays presents a solo exhibition of cast acrylic collage prints put up by Thailand-based American Lisa Moses, who specialises in a unique art medium invented by her father, Joseph Zirker. For many years, her work has explored and engaged in the relationships between art, the Earth, the sky and the infinite galaxies. She stretches our imagination with brilliant colours and inventive topics.
The cast acrylic works are created by a unique process. Using a polyethylene plate, she layers paint and collage elements to create one-time prints with smooth surfaces that fully integrate the collage elements. The resulting work has distinctive vibrant colours and composition.
All works are available for sale, and part of the proceeds will go to The Sold Project, which is engaged in fighting child prostitution.
Koi Art Gallery
43/12 Sukhumvit Soi 31 11am-7pm Until Nov 30 Call 02-662-3218
Impressive and inspiring works from Pirmin Breu are showcased under the name "The Space In Between II" at Koi Art Gallery, to educate the public, nurture Swiss-Thai relations and raise funds for the Ananda Mahidol Foundation, founded by HM the King's personal funds to support potential students in Thailand.
The 35 pieces of work on show are the second instalment in the series. Inspired by Breu's three months of experience in Thailand after his first exhibition in the country, the artist reinterpreted his notions about Thailand and reintroduced himself to the Kingdom. His recent discoveries are all portrayed in this captivating exhibition.
H Project Space
Sathon Soi 12 Wed-Mon, 10am-6pm Until Nov 30 Call 081-310-4428
For his third solo exhibition, 38-year-old British photographer Steve Pace, a graduate of Ridge Street Art College (West Herts College) and Falmouth University College, and whose photographs have appeared in The New York Times and Time magazine, presents 18 colour photographs of London street scenes.
The exhibition, "The London Project: A State Of Mind" is comprised of images captured over seven months when the photographer withdrew to London after capturing Thailand's civil unrest in April 2010.